social interaction

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sociology social interaction everyday encounters in which people communicate, interpert, and respond to each other's words and actions. commonsence views justifying the sxisting state of affairs. ideologies anticipated, recognized, or intented effect on maintaining order. manifest function unanticipated disruptions. latent dysfunction Focuses on a small scale interpersonal process,social reationships, individual interactions. microsociology Any kind of object to which people assign a name, meaning, or value. symbol latent function parts that are unanticipated, unintended, and unrecognized effects on an existing society. negotiated order the sum of existing expectations and newly negotiated ones.
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sociology Occurs when a person is able to evaluate the self from another's viem self awareness forces on large scale conditons and processes inductrialization, globalization, and urbanization. marosociology A framework for thinging about and explaining societies are organized and how people in them relate to one another and respond to their surroundings. sociological theroy A plan sociologist use to gather data on a chosen topic. research design Because sociologist cannot study everyone and everything a portion of the cases from the population of interest are study. Samples Obtaining a randonm sample is not always easy, researcher must begin with a complete list of every case in the population which is called? Definition sampling frame Term A subset of targeted population in which every case has an equal chance of being selected. Definition random sample Term
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sociology When researches cannot secure a random sample they may choose to target a population that is acessin]ble for stury called. Definition
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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