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first exam review sheet

first exam review sheet - SOC 308 Dr Kristen Schultz Lee...

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SOC 308 Dr. Kristen Schultz Lee First Exam Review The exam questions will be drawn from the following areas. Tuesday, October 4th we will have an in-class review. This is an opportunity for you to raise questions about the material. When asking about a specific question in the review session, you must explain what you think the answer is or what information you know about the question. Simply asking me to answer question #1, for example, is not acceptable. The first exam is Thursday, October 6th. Make sure you can answer all of the reading guide questions . In addition, make sure you can answer the following questions: 1) What is sociology? 2) How are a theory and a research perspective different? 3) What are the four components or principles of the life course perspective? 4) You should be able to raise questions about a sociological issue drawing on each of the four life course principles. 5) Research design and cross-sectional vs. longitudinal data: a) What are the differences between cross-sectional and longitudinal research?
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