PP Week Four-1001

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SOCY 1001 Introduction to Sociology
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General Announcements Exploriment due Thursday Power Point slides on WebCT Anything else?
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Whaddayaknow? The cases of social isolation discussed in text chapter 4 are used by the author to illustrate which of the following claims? A. People of lower social classes are likely to abuse their unwanted children by isolating them from human contact. B. Human beings instinctually develop their own language and culture even when kept in total isolation. C. Human beings need social interaction to develop a sense of self and other “human” capacities. D. All of the above are claimed by the author.
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The Sociological Imagination Personal troubles focus on the individual as cause and solution of topic Public issues focus on the common situation, consequences for larger society, and with solution in social change Ability to see the intersection of biography, culture, and history The personal is political
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Social Control-system of rewards and punishments
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2008 for the course SOCY 1001 taught by Professor Walden,gle during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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PP Week Four-1001 - SOCY 1001 Introduction to Sociology...

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