Study Guide Exam 1

Study Guide Exam 1 - Distinguish and understand the three...

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Study Guide Exam 1 The definition of sociology Conditions contributed to the early development of sociology Importance of the following theorists and their contributions to the field: Comte, Spencer, Marx, Durkheim, Mead, Weber Understand positivism Manifest and latent functions Material and non material culture Differences between a society and a culture and how they operate Carriers of culture Difference between mores and folkways Difference between subcultures and counter cultures Cultural shock and cultural lag Sources of cultural diversity and change Freud’s//Piaget’s explanations of how we become human
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Unformatted text preview: Distinguish and understand the three theories, structural functionalism, conflict theory and symbolic interactionism Anticipatory socialization Norms and examples in our society Sociological imagination Collective conscience Examples of things that function in our society Ethnocentrism Role is and what a social structure is Socialization Concept of self and its parts ( I, me) Four basic premises of the interactionist’s view on socialization Looking glass self, role taking and role identity Role exit and re-socialization...
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