Sociology Exam 1 Study Guide

Sociology Exam 1 Study Guide - SOCY 101 Study Guide Make...

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SOCY 101- Study Guide Make sure that you review the tables, information in the “boxes”, summary, and key terms presented in each chapter. CHAPTER 1: Understanding Sociology -- What is Sociology? -- The Sociological Imagination -- Sociology and the Social Sciences -- Sociology and Common Sense -- What is Sociological Theory? -- The Development of Sociology -- Early Thinkers (Comte, Spencer, Durkheim, Weber, Marx, you are not required to know Martineau). -- Modern Developments (Cooley, Merton, you are not required to know about Addams) -- Major Theoretical Perspectives Functionalist Perspective (Manifest functions, latent functions, dyfunctions), Conflict Perspective (Marxist view, Feminist view), Interactionist Perspective -- Sociological Approach -- Developing a Sociological Imagination (theory in practice, research in action, thinking globally) The significance of social inequality Speaking across race, gender, and religious boundaries Social policy throughout the world You are not required to know about Applied and Clinical Sociology
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOCL 300 taught by Professor Maclennan during the Fall '07 term at UMBC.

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