sociology Study Guide Midterm

sociology Study Guide Midterm - Intro to Sociology Midterm...

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Intro to Sociology Midterm Study Guide Chapter 1: Definitions: Sociology, Instructors definition of Sociology, Sociological Perspective/Imagination Global Perspective, why we should use a global perspective What is needed to be a sociologist, what can you do with your degree? Three revolutions that formed sociology Auguste Comte’s contributions Overview of other social science Research Terms: independent and dependent variables, Reliability and Validity, Spurious correlation, ASA guidelines for conducting research, ways to conduct research Theory: Make sure you know it!!! Structural Functionalist definition Durkheim and suicide (social integration), Conflict definition Marx and economy (scarce resources leading to revolt), Symbolic Interactionism definition Weber, Manifest/Latent Function/Dysfunction (merton) Feminist Perspective Chapter 2: (culture) Material and Nonmaterial Culture Society and culture shock The five components of culture Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, what do we know about language? Cultural Universals-give examples
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Rene during the Spring '09 term at Irvine Valley College.

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