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Sociology 100:002 Test One Guide The first four chapters are from the Essentials of Sociology , 2 nd edition. Chapter One: The quest for social physics: Compte The theory that society needs common norms: Durkheim The theory that bureacracy will come from the quest for efficiency by industry: Weber The theory that class interests and conflict shapes society: Marx Median: the middle number in a series of reported results Participant Observation: field methods and ethnomethodology Experimental methods and their cautions Surveys and the sampling needed to generalize Hypotheses and studies Reviews of literature, their importance Write-ups, conclusions, results and criticisms Chapter Two: Culture and the meaning of: values, languages, symbols, norms and material goods Cultural evaluation of technology Culture’s encouragement of conformity, including values and beliefs Subcultures, distinguishable by cultural patterns, can promote alternative views Norms and how they change over time Semiotics, sharing the meaning of communication, negotiating relationships
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course SOC 100 taught by Professor Blah during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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