SOCI Final Lecture 11:30 - Final next Wednesday @ 8-10am...

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Final next Wednesday @ 8-10am Key-term questions from textbook (study guide) Require to apply perspective to images or videos (accumulative perspective) – theme typed question on study guide Extra credit question on Monday @8:30am On campus Thursday after 5pm and Friday Social ProblemsEconomy in general –23% Unemployment/jobs Definition of Social Problems -Objective approach: social problems are things that harm society {is poverty social problem? – but poverty is functional} how do we define “harm”? who defines “harm”. -Subjective Approach: social problems are conditions that people have subjective reactions to and respond to by calling for change An alleged condition /incompatible with the values /of a certain number of people / who agree that action is needed to alter the situation Social problems are constructed through a process The Social Problems Process -Claimsmaking (strategies) Typifying Examples Familiar Type of Problem – make sense to us Range Claim

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Term
Fall
Professor
JULIEALBRIGHT
Tags
Sociology, Global Warming, poverty social problem

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