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Unformatted text preview: Have an understanding of why I laid out all those dualisms. Be able to work with the little bit of material I gave you on Marx, Weber and Durkheim Review the times that emotions are introduced in the textbook. Have a strong sense of the meaning and consequences of (American) individualism and its relationship to other core ideas Americans have about themselves. Have a general sense of the four or five cases presented in the article on the Nacerima. What is the ecological fallacy and why is it important to the sociological imagination? Know the rudiments of the Pragmatist philosophy that undergirds symbolic interactionism. Know the symbolic interactionist approach to power. Have a clear sense of the basic terms involved in Mills sociological imagination Be able to differentiate Cooley from Mead from Blumer....
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2008 for the course SOC Iss 210 taught by Professor P.rudy during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08
- Symbolic Interactionism