Study Guide Chapter 1 Soci. Perspective

Study Guide Chapter 1 Soci. Perspective - Soc 100 general...

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Soc 100 general sociology Instructor: Hua-Lun Huang, Ph.D. Spring 2008 Study Questions for Sociological Perspectives I. True/False Questions (Questions 1-22 ). The statement listed in each question may be true (T) or false (F). Please choose the suitable option . (T) 1. The concept sociological imagination is advanced by C. Wright Mills. T F (F) 2. The term sociology is proposed/coined by Charles Cooley. T F (T) 3. According to Erving Goffman = s dramaturgical metaphor , our daily behaviors are similar to actors’/actresses’ performances. T F (F) 4 Emile Durkheim argues that the boundary of collective representations usually is vague. Accordingly, the only way for people to define the boundary of collective representations is through the practice of punishing certain behaviors. T F (T) 5. In sociology, the philosophy of A positivism @ (i.e., empiricism) is first developed by Auguste Comte. T F (T) 6. W. E. Dubois, one of the most influential American sociologists in the early 20 th century, contributes greatly to the field of racial inequality. 1
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T F (F) 7. Erving Goffman generally is considered by modern sociologists as the A father of sociology. @ T F (T) 8. Symbolic interactionism is pioneered by Max Weber. T F (F) 9. The two notions definition of situation and meaning attachment are utilized by structural functionalists to analyze social phenomena. T F (F) 10. W. E. Dubois is a functionalist. T F (F) 11. For symbolic interactionists , some of the core features of a society include consensus , cooperation, balance , stability , interdependence, and interconnection . T
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