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4th exam Although this exam is not cumulative, you have been using information from all other sections to examine sociological issues So, you should have a very good feel for what a sociological approach to issues looks like--some examples
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Sociologists generally view macrostructures (like population changes) and microstructures (how people relate to each other) as dependent upon each other So, for example, Sen argued that how political systems viewed entitlements affected who lived and died
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Population pyramids cannot tell you the reasons for the large population changes but they tell you the results You should be able to examine a population pyramid and say something about birth rates, death rates, etc.
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Shipler makes the same argument in his book So, for example, how do bureaucratic rules of the welfare system affect the everyday lives of the people he talks about? How do the leading companies rules of
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course SOCI 205 taught by Professor Evans during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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