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soci final study guide - Social Theory-Sociology 322 Fall,...

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Social Theory—Sociology 322 Fall, 2007 Professor Michele Adams Exam #2 will be on Thursday, December 6 , and will focus on all course material (readings, lectures, and class discussions) from Exam #1 through and including Tuesday, December 4, but it may also include some general reference to what you learned in the first part of the course. For your use (in case you need a reminder about the earlier information), the Study Guide for Exam #1 is still posted on Blackboard. Exam #2 will be a composite of multiple choice questions, fill-in-the-blank questions, and questions involving short answers (generally four sentences or less), and will comprise 25% of your course grade (100 points). Study Guide for Exam #2 Max Weber ideal type verstehen objectivity and the social scientist value neutral/value neutrality value-free sociology value-relevance social action means-ends rationality value rationality affectual action traditional action stratification class status party domination authority rational traditional charismatic (charisma) characteristics of charismatic leader bureaucracy /characteristics of bureaucracy bureaucratization bureaucrat rationalization rationality means-end rationality value rationality types of rationality in Weber’s work: practical rationality theoretical rationality substantive rationality formal rationality characteristics of formal rationality asceticism innerworldly asceticism otherworldly asceticism Calvinism Protestant ethic spirit of capitalism iron cage The Nature of Charismatic Domination Class, Status, Party Bureaucracy Georg Simmel objective culture subjective culture interaction forms of interaction social types formal sociology More-life More-than-life the tragedy of culture hypertrophy of culture social geometry / significance of numbers dyad triad group size distance value views on money the “stranger” objectivity of the stranger “general” commonness vs. “specific” commonness the “poor” the “metropolis” metropolitan man freedom in the metropolis individuality in the metropolis blasé attitude attitude of reserve money economy dialectics Metropolis and the Mental Life The Stranger Flirtation Fashion Conflict as the Basis of Group Formation W.E.B. DuBois double consciousness standpoint of the oppressed class and race as interlocking systems of oppression race as a social construction American Sociology influences on early American sociology influence of Herbert Spencer William Graham Sumner Lester F. Ward: applied sociology 1
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Thorstein Veblen The Theory of the Leisure Class clash between “business” and “industry” conspicuous leisure conspicuous consumption Chicago School Chicago as social laboratory Albion Small and professionalization of soc W.I. Thomas definition of the situation Thomas Theorem Robert Park Charles Horton Cooley the looking glass self primary groups George Mead (see below)
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course SOCI 322 taught by Professor Adams during the Fall '07 term at Tulane.

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