SPR14_Soc_1_EX1_Study_Guide - Soc 001 Exam 1 Review Topics This study guide only covers material in the Practical Skeptic textbook and the Miner article

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Soc 001: Exam 1 Review Topics. This study guide only covers material in the Practical Skeptic textbook and the Miner article. Not all material that is in the textbook is in the study guide (that’s why I make the study guide!). But most of it is! The Coontz and Collins readings have their own study guides. Lectures are their own study guide. There will be 50 multiple-choice questions covering the following from the READINGS, TEXTBOOK and LECTURES: READINGS Chapters : 40 (Collins), 9 (Miner), 2 (Coontz) TEXTBOOK Chapters Intro, 1, 2, 3, 4 LECTURE Materials All lecture material including syllabus and course policies (especially attendance, clickers, and assignments) Miner (ch. 9, “Body ritual among the Nacirema”) What was the Miner article really about? American Describe the Nacirema – what are their “odd” customs? 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 What is “making the familiar strange?” Why do sociologists “make the familiar strange?” What is one advantage of “making the familiar strange?” How does an intentionally bad explanation of behavior help make the familiar strange? The Practical Skeptic: Textbook (“Core Concepts”) Terms, People and Topics to know: Be able to define the following terms, identify examples, and identify the historical figures mentioned here. Introduction Sociology Conte: Theological, metaphysical, positive. W.I. Thomas 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石 The Thomas Theorem 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石 石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石石
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