Study Guide Test II

Study Guide Test II - Know what characterizes strong and...

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Study Guide Test II Know the difference between an ascribed and an achieved status and be able to identify them Know what a status and a role are and be able to identify them Know role conflict, role strain Know what anomie is Know what happens in each of the four types of societies (hunting, gathering, etc) Know about the Ojibwa Indians Know what social structure is Know about frames (definition of the situation) Know what dramaturgy is Be able to define and identify the norm of reciprocity Know about social processes: what they are, what types are there and what takes places in them Be able to define groups, identify them and know how they work Know about interaction in groups, especially cohesion and size
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Unformatted text preview: Know what characterizes strong and weak ties in social networks Know the difference between expressive and instrumental needs Know what a social network is Know about the Asch experiment Know what a bureaucracy is, its dysfunctions and Webers 6 major characteristics of a bureaucracy Know what the McDonaldization of society is and the four characteristics Know the dysfunctions of a bureaucracy Know the three levels of social control Know what deviance is and what the community thinks of it Know Mertons strain theory and his types of adaptation Know the Deterrence theory Know what white-collar crimes and victimless crimes Know what conflict theorists say about class differences and crime Know the definition of sociology...
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