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    SOCIOLOGY The  scientific  study  of society including social interaction  and social organization
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    Sociological perspective The ability to understand the way society  effects our everyday lives. EX) Our social location—particularly race,  gender, socioeconomic class, sexuality— helps determine our experiences. EX) Social stratification by these factors can  be seen in education.
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    The ability to critically examine the way  things are in society and connect private  experiences to larger social trends EX) Work/Family to the economy
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    Women in industrialized countries can have high functions in their jobs, but they are still not equal to men because: they don’t have equal salary for the same jobs; they have to work harder and longer hours than men.
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  There is a lot of pressure on women regarding their role as mothers and wives, thus making it harder for
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2010 for the course SOC 2454 taught by Professor Childs,e. during the Spring '10 term at CUNY Hunter.

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