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Social_Theory_Lecture_Notes - Social Theory Theory It is...

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Social Theory
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Theory It is gives interesting. structure Theory to allows facts. us It to is a tool make that sense helps out of things us to see by using a things that would system to order otherwise them. remain covered.
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Theory It is gives interesting. structure Theory to allows facts. us It to is a tool make that sense helps out of things us to see by using a things that would system to order otherwise them. remain covered.
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Theory It is gives interesting . structure Theory to allows facts. us It to is a tool make that sense helps out of things us to see by using a things that would system to order otherwise them. remain covered .
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Theory It is gives interesting . structure Theory to allows facts. us It to is a tool make that sense helps out of things us to see by using a things that would system to order otherwise them. remain covered.
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Theory Defined A theory is a logical model or framework for describing the behavior of a related set of natural or social phenomena. It originates from and/or is supported by empirical (scientific) evidence. Theories are used to describe observed phenomena and predict future occurrences of that phenomena.
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Quotes that further explain theory’s usefulness “It is the theory that decides what we can observe.” ~Albert Einstein “He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never knows where he may cast.” ~Leonardo Da Vinci
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Major Sociological Theories Functionalism Conflict Theory Social Interactionism
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Symbolic Interactionism Symbolic Interactionism – a social theory that examines the symbols that people use. Symbolic Interactionism posits
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