Sociology Exam 2 Guide - Updated 11.30.2007 Soci 1101 Fall...

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Updated 11.30.2007 Soci 1101 Fall 2007 Study Guide for Exam 2 Chapters 8 – 15 It is expected that you have read all of Chapters 8-14. For chapter 15, you are responsible for the following sections: pp. 413-418 (skip population characteristics), pp. 420-424 (skip urbanization), and p. 431 (the section on environmental racism and classism). You are responsible for all assigned readings in Understanding Society . Remember: Any video or music viewed or listened to in class is fair game for the exam. All lecture or assigned text is fair game for the exam. Know the following concepts (but know more than just definitions): Be able to apply conflict theory, functionalist theory, symbolic interactionist theory to any of the topics we have covered. Slavery Sacred Profane Social construction (of reality) Gender Sexual orientation Gender identity Racism Sexism Feminist theory Heterosexism Types of racism Minority group Dominant group Power-elite model Pluralist model Autonomous state model Race Family Gender socialization Sex Intersexuality
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