Exam 1 Review-1

Exam 1 Review-1 - Sampling Validity/Reliability Research...

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Exam 1 Review Spring 2010 Myth Sociological Imagination Personal troubles Public issues High, Middle, and Low income countries Race/Ethnicity Origins of Sociology Founder/Period Urbanization/Industrialization Anomie and Solidarity Functional/Conflict perspectives Rationalization Double-consciousness Emprical/Normative Deductive/Inductive Quanititative/Qualitative Concepts/Variables Dependent/Independent variables
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Unformatted text preview: Sampling Validity/Reliability Research Methods Surveys/Case studies/Experiments Language Gender Spanish speakers in US Norms Folkways/Mores Formal/Informal Culture Lag Diffusion Shock Relativism/Ethnocentrism Socialization Agents of socialization Gender Anticipatory Self-concept Looking-glass self 'I' and 'Me' Stages of self development Peer group...
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  • Spring '08
  • Sociology, self development Peer group, Anticipatory Self-concept Looking-glass, Shock Relativism/Ethnocentrism Socialization, Myth Sociological Imagination, Founder/Period Urbanization/Industrialization Anomie

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