Exam Review _1 spring 2007 to post

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Exam Review Spring 2007
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Society Sociology is the study of people in groups. Looking at things from a sociological perspective means you look at group interaction. A society is a group of people with common interests Functions of societies: Physical Maintenance Distribution needs. Biologic reproduction Ability to transmit culture. Ability to protect members (inside and outside). Ability to communicate.
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Developing Societies Hunting/gathering: little differentiation in roles Agrarian: childhood beginning Industrial: childhood comes into its own Post-industrial: adolescence as a separate time of life begins
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Introducing important cultural values into new members. Nature vs nurture: both parts important. Growth & development occur in organized ways (gross to specific; cephalocaudal) but full growth can’t occur if environment is inadequate. Temperament refers to people’s usual reaction
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course SOCI 200m taught by Professor Albright during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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