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Introductory Sociology Nemoto Preparation for Exam 1 Articles : Make sure you understand the important themes of each article. Try to define the important terms in your own words. Be able to summarize the main points in each article. “Sociological Imagination” “Egoistic Suicide” “the Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism” “Socialization and the Power of Advertising” “Body Ritual Among the Nacirema” “Female Genital Mutilation” Film: Make sure you understand the main themes in each movie. Killing Us Softly 3 Henslin: Chapter 1 1. Mills sociological imagination 2. Origin of sociology 3. Comte 4. Spencer 5. Durkheim: three types of suicide 6. Suicide rate: gender/race 7. Social Darwinism 8. Weber: asceticism in “The Protestant Ethic and the Sprit of Capitalism” 9. Positivism 10. 3 perspectives: functionalist, conflict, and symbolic interactionist 11. Manifest function, latent function,
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Unformatted text preview: dysfunction, latent dysfunction Chapter 2 1. Material and Non-material culture 2. Ethnocentrism 3. Euro centrism 4. Cultural relativism 5. Human rights perspective 6. Values, Norms, Sanctions, Mores, Folkways, Taboos 7. Sub-culture; counter-culture Chapter 3 1. Nature vs. Nurture argument 2. Feral children 3. Meads role taking theory: I and me; significant other and generalized other 4. Freud: ego, Super-ego, Id, Pleasure principle, Reality principle, Repression 5. Charles Horton Cooley: Looking glass-self 6. Family and Social Class: Kohns research, p. 79. 7. Research on gender by Psychologists, Susan Goldberg and Michael Lewis p. 76. 8. Research on Day Care, p. 80. Chapter 4 1. Roles; status 2. Goffmans impression management, sign vehicles 3. Functionalist/conflict perspective on mass media...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course SOCL 100 taught by Professor Nemoto during the Spring '08 term at Western Kentucky University.

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