EXAM REVIEW _2

EXAM REVIEW _2 - Are behaviors that people demonstrate...

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EXAM REVIEW Spring 2007
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Social Interaction Process of orienting yourself to others 1 st : Define the situation 2 nd : Assess status and role of others Interaction depends a great deal on status Marx: status is determined by money Weber: status depends on various measures such as education, family name, experience. Ascribed status: that you are born into Achieved status: that you earn Master status: most important Salient status: most important at the time
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Social Interaction Roles are different than statuses
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Unformatted text preview: Are behaviors that people demonstrate because of their status. Role strain: difficulty meeting the obligations of a role. Role conflict: competition between two or more roles Social Movements Types of crowds Mobs, riots & panics Types of social movements Stratification Closed and open systems How poor are defined Racial/Gender Inequality Prejudice & discrimination Ethnicity Pluralism vs assimilation Work discrimination Rape and stalking...
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