Exam I. Chapter 1.2.Study Guides.Socl 105.Orrange.W08

Exam I. Chapter 1.2.Study Guides.Socl 105.Orrange.W08 -...

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Socl 105/Introductory Sociology/ Orrange/ Winter 2008 EXAM I: F 2/08/08 Chapter 1: “Sociology: Perspective, Theory, Method” [Note: Always review items discussed in lecture: this study guide only pertains to material from your textbook] Key Items from Chapter -The Sociological Perspective General in the Particular / Strange in the Familiar / Individuality in Social Context -Emile Durkheim’s (1858-1917) Study of Suicide -Figure 1-1: Diversity Snapshot: suicide rates by race & sex. -From: Importance of a Global Perspective--Categorizing the world’s countries. -Origins of sociology. Social Change and Sociology: look at major 18 th /19 th century changes. Comte’s idea of positivism -Marginal Voices: Harriet Martineau, Jane Addams, W.E.B. Du Bois -Sociological Theory/Theoretical Approach (or Paradigm) a) Structural Functional (Manifest/Latent/Dysfunction) b) Social Conflict c) Symbolic Interaction d) Social Exchange Macro vs Micro level orientation -Scientific Sociology Concepts, Variables, Measures
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course SOCL 105 taught by Professor Tarifa during the Winter '08 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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