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SYG 2000 Exam 1 Study Guide When reviewing the concepts, make sure you are able to not only identify and describe them, but also make sure you are able to apply the definitions. Think of examples that relate to or instances that would be illustrative of the concepts. Chapter 1: What is Sociology? Familiarize yourself with the classical & contemporary theorists and their theories Chapter 2: Culture & Society What is culture, its elements & universals? Can you explain them? What are the different types of culture? Can you explain them? Where is culture located? Chapter 3: Interactions, groups & organizations How do we construct our reality? How do our interactions influence our identities? Name and explain the two elements of social structure along with the other concepts that coincide with those two elements. Name and explain the different types of groups. Be able to explain how social networks operate.
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Unformatted text preview: • Name & explain the 3 types of organizations. • Describe bureaucracies. Chapter 4: Methods of the Sociologist • Know the difference between quantitative & qualitative • How is research conducted (the steps & different methodologies)? • What types of variables are there? How do they relate to one another? • How do researchers know if their projects/findings/data are legit? • What are the issues in conducting research? How are these issues approached? Chapter 5: Socialization • What is the nature vs. nurture debate? Be able to explain how it’s evolved. • What is socialization & what are the different types? • Know Mead’s theory of development (do not focus too much on the other three theories of development) and know why stage theories are problematic. • Familiarize yourself with the agents of socialization....
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