SGUIDE1 - Sociology 107 Study Guide for Exam 1 Lisa Barnett...

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Sociology 107 Study Guide for Exam 1 Lisa Barnett, Spring 2008 The examinations in this course will be either all in-class or 50% in-class and 50% take-home, depending upon the option that you chose. There will be 25 multiple-choice questions (3 points each), 3 fill-in-the-blank questions (5 points each) and 1 short essay question (you will have 2 from which to choose) (10 points) on the exam; there should be plenty of time for each of you to complete the test well within the allotted class period. These questions will be drawn both from lecture and from your readings. (Be sure you go over class notes and that you have done the readings). The following are guidelines only -- there's no guarantee that EVERYTHING listed below will be on the exam (or conversely, that everything on the test will appear below). Go over "extra-credit quizzes" (some of these EXACT questions will be on the test). What is sociology? Understand what is meant by “science” and “social science,” and recognize the goals of science Know the meaning of “sociological perspective” and “sociological imagination”. Be able to distinguish personal
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