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Chapter 13 / Exercise 5
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1.Know the definition of Sociology and reasons why we study it.
b.Why do we study it?
2.What historical events led to the study of social behavior and social ideas?
3.Do sociologists focus more at individual problems or social structures?
4.Who was C. Wright Mills? What is the definition of his concept of sociological imagination?
5.Famous sociology people: Concepts are they famous for? What do critics say about them?
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ii.suggested that a division of labor between husband and wife is essential for family stability and social orderiii.Husband/father: performs the instrumental tasks--involve leadershipiv.Wife/mother: responsible for the expressive tasks--including housework v.Manifest functions: Intended and/or overtly recognized by the participants in a social unitvi.Latent functions: Unintended functions that are hidden and remain unacknowledged by participantse.Max Weberi.Thought that economics is the central force in social changeii.Emphasized that sociology should be value free--research should be conducted in a scientific manner and should exclude the researcher’s personal values and economic interestsf.Jean Piageti.believed that in each stage of development, children are governed by their perception of the world around themii.

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