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1. achieved status • a social position that a person attains largely through his or her own efforts. • i.e. GSC class president. 2. agrarian society • the most technologically advanced form of preindustrial society. • members engage primarily in the production of food through technological advancements. • i.e. using the plow for their crops. 3. Anticipatory socialization Processes of socialization in which a person rehearses for future positions, occupations, and social relationships. 4. Argot Specialized language used by members of a group or subculture 5. ascribed status a social position assigned to a person by society without regard for the person's unique talents or characteristics ~i.e. ethnicity 6. Bilingualism The use or two or more languages in a particular setting, such as toe workplace or schoolroom, treating each language equally legit 7. Black Picket Fences by Pattillo- McCoy describes close knit African American community in Groveland, Chicago; dev. involves many influences from parents, classmates. community that help prepare to deal w/ predjustice and media 8. Bourdieu believed capital sustains ind. and families for generations 9. Casual logic The relationship between a condition or variable and a particular consequence, with one event leading to another. 10 . Code of ethics The standards of acceptable behavior developed by and for members of a profession. 11. Cognitive Theory of Development The theory that children's thought progresses through four stages of development. 12 . Comte father of sociology; argued methods of science could be applied to study of society to improve society 13 . Content analysis The systematic coding and objective recording of data, guided by some rationale.
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