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Sociology 134, Section 17 First exam review sheet Date: Monday, Feb. 14 Time: 11 a.m. Where: Curtiss 127 Format: 50 multiple-choice questions, each with five answers Bring: A pencil with eraser Your ISU ID number Test material: Chapters 1-5 in Newman Lectures through Feb. 11 Videos shown in class Key themes of course (8 questions) What is sociology? Sociological paradox Sociological imagination Durkheim’s study of suicide Social and societal influence (10) Stanley Milgram’s “Obedience to Authority” Emergency dispersals Key definitions from chapter 2 Three major perspectives of sociology (6) Structural-functionalism Conflict theory Symbolic interactionism The social construction of reality (5) Process of attaching meaning to the physical world “Pygmalion in the Classroom”
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Unformatted text preview: Claude Steele’s study of “stereotype threat” Social research (7) Basic principles and terms Methods of social research Culture (8) James Loewen’s study of historical monuments Emotion management Arnold Arluke’s study of emotion work in an animal shelter The social construction of sex Socialization (6) Major perspectives on socialization Howard Becker’s “Becoming a Marihuana User” Gender socialization The subtopics listed under each topic do not cover every question on the test. Be sure to be familiar with the PowerPoint slides used during lecture, videos shown in class and the textbook’s photo essays, research features, micro-macro connections and key terms....
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