Intro_to_Soc._Study_Guide_1_Spring_2008

Intro_to_Soc_Study_ - Introduction to Sociology Study Guide for Part I of the Semester(there will be more added to this as we progress toward exam

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Introduction to Sociology Study Guide for Part I of the Semester (there will be more added to this as we progress toward exam 1) 1. What is the difference between "nature" and "nurture"? What is the significance of the influence of each concept on human behavior, and why are they important to a sociology class? Nature- human behavior is influenced by biological predispositions Nurture- human behavior is influenced by learning They determine the development of human behaviors which directly influences how societies develop. 2. What kind of influences surround us and generate our worldviews, and why is it important to understand these influences? Media, society influence us. They provide us with views on which we make our assumptions about society. 3. What is the difference between "microsociology" and "macrosociology," and what are examples of each? Micro- Studies small societies and groups Macro- Studies large societies 4. What is the sociological imagination, and how does one use it? Concept developed by C. Wright Mills, helps us understand our place in the world
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 100 taught by Professor Roberts during the Spring '08 term at St. Vincent.

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Intro_to_Soc_Study_ - Introduction to Sociology Study Guide for Part I of the Semester(there will be more added to this as we progress toward exam

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