Exam 1 Review Sheet_SP15

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Review Sheet: Exam 1 Exam 1: Chapters 1, 2, 3, Video I, II 40 Multiple choice questions In-class lectures, video & discussions, required reading of textbook, group presentations Key Terms/Concepts: Global economic interconnectedness Domestic diversity US immigration Culture generation gap Technology and contemporary issues (e.g. polarization, child and media) Dominant culture Co-culture The relationship between dominant culture and co-culture Culture shock and phases Individual variations of culture shock Acculturation Strategies for acculturation Definition of communication Components of communication o Internal vs. external processes o Forms of channels in communication o Types of receivers, feedbacks, noise Non-linearity of communication components
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Unformatted text preview: Characteristics of communication Definition of culture Basic functions of culture Characteristics of culture o Social inheritance, acquired/learned o Forms of culture symbols o Dynamicity and continuity of culture Ways to learn culture Deep structure Three deep structure institutions Definition of family Importance of family Functions of family Possible types of family a person may encounter (textbook, class discussion) Two common forms of family: nuclear vs. extended families Characteristics of the two family forms Gender role Chinese traditional family structure Family-planning policy in China Holiday presentations: Use presentation flashback as guide....
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  • Spring '14
  • Sociology, Global economic interconnectedness, Culture generation gap

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