SOC200_MT_study_F07

SOC200_MT_study_F07 - Paul Draus SOC 200: Understanding...

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Paul Draus SOC 200: Understanding Society Fall 2007 Study Outline, Mid Term Exam I. The Sociological Perspective Berger, “Invitation to Sociology” what type of person is likely to make a good sociologist? “culture shock minus geographical displacement”? why are sociologists inclined to “ignore personality”? Henslin, “What is Sociology?” the other social sciences structural and interactional sociology. qualitative and quantitative methods. Mills, “The Promise” Sociological Imagination “A quality of mind…” that does what? private troubles and public issues Durkheim, the division of labor, organic and mechanical solidarity; Functionalism, Thomas the Tank Engine and the Island of Sodor Marx, “The Communist Manifesto,” pt. 1, “Bourgeois and Proletarians” Conflict theory, “The Story of Mouseland” II. Doing Sociological Research Durkeim, “What is a Social Fact?” Henslin, “How Sociologists Do Research”, Hughes and Kroehler, “Conducting Research”
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course SOC 200 taught by Professor Pauldraus during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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SOC200_MT_study_F07 - Paul Draus SOC 200: Understanding...

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