Week 1 Study Guide - Adam Negash Topic 1 – Study Guide...

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Adam Negash Topic 1 – Study Guide Listed below are some of the key concepts for this week. Understanding these concepts will be crucial to understanding the course material. However, this not a comprehensive or exhaustive study guide. When studying for the exam, please note that any information in the text could potentially be on the exam. Use this study guide, in conjunction with the discussion forums and assignments, as a foundation for your knowledge of the week’s topics. You will need to build upon that foundation as you read through the text and Power Points. In addition to your course requirements, there are also study materials available online at www.wwnorton.com/studyspace . Key Terms Match the following terms with the appropriate definition listed below. # Term # Term 13 causation 8 multiculturalism 17 correlation 11 norms 16 cultural relativism 15 research methods 20 culture 3 sample 6 dependent variable 18 socialization 19 ethnocentrism 2 society 5 functionalism 12 sociological imagination 14 globalization 4 symbolic interactionism 10 hypothesis 9 values 7 independent variable 1 variable Definitions 1. A dimension along which an object, individual, or group may be categorized, such as income or height.
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