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Basic Ideas of Sociology SYG 3002  U01 Prof. A. Douglas Kincaid September 1, 2010
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Today’s Outline n n Review of Quiz 1 n Group assignment n Assignment for 9/3/10
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FIU vs. North Texas ! n Thursday, September 1, 2011, 7:00 pm n FIU Stadium What are you doing tomorrow night?
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The importance of social organization q) Social action Ø Social action takes place when an individual orients his or her action with respect to another individual or other people q) Social interaction Ø Mutual social action, with ongoing adjustments of behavior between individuals according to their perception of each other q) Social organization Ø Social interaction according to regularized patterns; as individual interact, they follow previously established rules governing the interaction and interpret each other’s actions according to previously established meanings
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The importance of social organzation n Forms of social organization Ø Dyads Ø Groups Ø Formal organization Ø Community Ø Society
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Quiz 1 review 1) From a sociological perspective, such as that of Max Weber, what is social action and why is it important? a)
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