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SSP1: Introduction to Sociology Ziad Munson Spring 2007 munson@lehigh.edu
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Question: What three words best describe you as an individual?
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How many of you believe… capital punishment deters crime? sex education courses decrease the sexual activity of teenagers? our country can afford universal health care? eliminating estate taxes will help small and family businesses?
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Now how many believe… concrete bridges are more cost-effective than steel bridges? 12” ductwork is necessary in buildings with more than 10,000 square feet? the benefits of kyphoplasty (injecting stabilizing material into the spine of older adults) outweighs the risks of blood clots?
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True or False? Poverty among Asian Americans is less than among White Americans. The typical American family now works three weeks more per year than was true ten years
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Unformatted text preview: ago. Most Americans are middle class. Virginity pledges decrease the age at which teenagers first have sex. You are more likely to find a job through a casual acquaintance than a good friend. What Is Sociology? The study of human behavior in society. A scientific way to think about society and its influence on humans. Includes the study of social behavior and social change. The First Fundamental Law All human behavior occurs in a societal context. That context the institutions and culture that surround us shapes what people do and think. (p.2) For Wednesday: Read textbook pp.1-19 Read reader pp.1-12 (chapters 1 & 2) SSP1: Introduction to Sociology Ziad Munson Spring 2007 munson@lehigh.edu...
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