Introductio3 - Introduction. 1. In the first section of the...

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Introduction. 1. In the first section of the course we looked at a number of ideas relating to the question of “What is Sociology?”. We arrived at a number of general ideas concerning the subject matter, type of questions asked, differences between Sociology and other ways of looking at / studying the social world and so forth. * What we need to do next, therefore, is to develop some of these ideas more specifically. That is, we need to start to look at how sociologists consider human social behaviour in terms of it being a learned process . To help us do this we can divide these notes into a number of related categories: a. Sociology and the concept of society. b. The distinction between culture and instinct. c. Sociological concepts relating to how we learn to be human. d. Different sociological perspectives. 2. In this opening section of the course, therefore, we will be looking at some of the basic introductory ideas that you need to understand about Sociology if you are to make a solid,
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