SOC302Fall2011Test1Review

SOC302Fall2011Test1Review - Zimbardo video NOTE: Nathan (...

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SOC 302 Fall 2011 Test 1 Review ** Disclaimer: This test review is provided as a helpful guide. It does not represent every possible test item .** Test 1 will have approximately 20 multiple choice questions and approximately 10 short answer questions. Please bring a #2 pencil to class. You do not need a blue book. You May Ask Yourself – Chapters 1, 2, 14 (pp. 511-523) Readings from McIntyre book: PS #1, Mills, “The Promise” PS #2, Coontz, “How History and Sociology Can Help Today’s Families PS #6, McIntyre, “Doing the Right Thing: Ethics in Research” PS #7, Meyer, “If Hitler Asked You to Electrocute a Stranger, Would You? Probably” Selected blog posts (see BlackBoard) Causation video (link in Methods Outline)
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Unformatted text preview: Zimbardo video NOTE: Nathan ( My Freshman Year ) is NOT on test 1. Sociological imagination strange in the familiar origins of sociology theory and paradigm functionalist paradigm manifest and latent functions, dysfunction social fact anomie conflict paradigm kinds of questions sociologists ask deductive and inductive inquiry correlation and causation various methods sociologists use to gather data (ex. surveys, content analysis, etc.) why sociologists use systematic research ethics and sociological research (know what the ethical requirements are, and also know examples of studies in which the methods were questionable ex. Milgram, Tearoom Trade, Zimbardo, etc.)...
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