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Unformatted text preview: 24. criticism of the SI approach 25. manifest and latent functions of sports 26. science can be defined as… From chapter 2: 27. culture, social structure, society 28. nonmaterial vs. material culture 29. symbols 30. Sapir-Worf hypothesis 31. values 32. norms – folkways, mores, taboos 33. subculture vs. counterculture 34. multiculturalism 35. how many adults in the US speak a language other than English at home 36. students: 1960s vs. today – differences between them 37. cultural lag 38. cultural change is set in motion three ways 39. ethnocentrism vs. cultural relativity 40. Robert Edgerton’s exception to relativity 41. processes of forming global culture 42. ‘social conflict’ view of US culture 43. ‘functions’ of culture From article one: Know each of the five assumptions associated with the three theoretical perspectives From URGA: Be able to recall symbols and meanings attached to different objects...
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2008 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Jefferis during the Spring '08 term at Santa Monica.
- Spring '08