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Soc100 Study GuideExam 2This exam only contains multiple choice questions.However, answering the open-endedquestions below will help you prepare for the exam by reminding you of many importantconcepts and encouraging you to do more than memorize information.The questions belowoften encourage you to illustrate the ideas using your own examples and to use the ideas in yourthinking.You will need to do that on the exam too.How should I use this study guide?Review the PowerPoint files and your notes and answer the questions below.Then meet withsome classmates to examine how your answers are similar and different.When you findquestions you cannot answer or questions that prompted very different answers from differentpeople, review the PowerPoint files, your notes, the textbook, other lecture materials, and thefilms.If you still cannot answer the questions, contact your TA for help.Social Control and Deviance1.How can you tell that the collective conscience exists in an in-person class, and how wouldthe behaviors you see in our classroom be different if there were no collective conscience?
2.Use the terms collective conscience and deviance to explain why an army drill sergeantmight like it when there are one or two “trouble-makers” under his command.
3.According to Durkheim, there are two basic foundations for solidarity in a society orcommunity.What are they, and which one would you expect to be most important forPurdue undergraduates in their academic experiences on campus?
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Anomie: sense of aimlessness or despair that arises when social norms no longer strongly guideindividual behavior & social life is no longer predictableDefining deviance can reestablish collective conscience, clarifying moral boundariesDeviance can also push/change those boundaries4.Why is it not possible to know if a particular act, like having a tattoo, is deviant withoutinformation about the social context?

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