Final Reflection: Prompt 2
The United States of America is often referred to as the land of the free and the
land of opportunity. It is thought that we live in a society in which anyone can rise a
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Critical Thinking Paper II
Throughout my nineteen years of life I cannot pinpoint a specific event, circumstance, or
experience that made me recognize my race or privileges that come with it. Growing up
7.01 DNA STRUCTURE
Describe the components of double-stranded DNA and its three-dimensional structure.
The components of a DNA molecule are nucleotides. These are composed of a
deoxyribose sugar bonded to a phosphate and a nucleotide base (adenine,
Northern Society and
Detail from the plan of the city of Lowell, Mass.
SOC 101 Exam 4 (Centellas)
1. Work provides _, which in turn tends to structure peoples psychological
makeup and daily lives.
3. employee discounts
4. personal identity
5. health insurance
2. The item listed here that is
SOC 101 Exam 2 (Centellas)
1. Children learn the values, norms, and social practices of their culture. This process is defined as:
4. Social reproduction
5. Social interaction
2. Which is the main agen
SOC 101 Exam 1 (Centellas)
1. According to the sociological perspective, peoples behavior _.
1. is mostly a result of their personality
2. is entirely determined by the social context
3. has nothing to do with social context
4. is mostly a result o
SOC 101 JACKSON
The systematic study of human society
Sociological Perspective or Imagination
How society affects and
INDIVIDUAL individual and how the
individual, in turn, affects
The ability to see the intimate
McDonaldization = Rationalization of society, the growing emphasis on
efficiency and rationality that is taking over our society.
Main principles are:
Uniformity and Predictability
UNIT 3: SOC 101
- Structured inequality in society
- A system by which a society ranks categories of people in
a hierarchy (macionis)
Caste vs Class
A social class is a category of people who have a simil
- JUVENILE DELINQUENCY,
OLE MISS ONLINE INSTRUCTION
Welcome Students! This is a 3-semester-hour online course in
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, College of Liberal
University of Mississippi.
TRANSCRIPT FOR MINI LECTURE FOR LESSON FOUR SOC 333 FRANKS
In this lesson you are exposed to two more theories, Social Learning Theory and
Control Theory. I place these two theories together in one lesson because there are
important links between the two,
TRANSCRIPT FOR LESSON THREE MINI LECTURE SOC 333 FRANKS
In this lesson you are exposed to a very basic explanation of what a theory is, how
a theory is constructed, and tested. I always tell students in this course that I wont
require you to know a lot of
TRANSCRIPT FOR MINI LECTURE FOR LESSON ONE SOCIOLOGY 333
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY ONLINE FORMAT
As you can see from reading the first two chapters in Agnew and Brezinas
textbook, some things you may have intuitively thought were true about juvenile
TRANSCRIPT FOR MINI LECTUE FOR LESSON TWO SOC 333 FRANKS
I trust you have all completed Lesson One by now, and you are aware now of the
newness of the term Juvenile Delinquency and the history of the concept of
childhood. This is very important informatio
Green Book Reading - Davis
- ASCRIBED or Biological characteristics: arms, legs, head, torso, etc.
- ACHIEVED or Learned characteristics: to act like other people, to think the way they think, perhaps
even to think at all (characteristic
Chapter 5 - Groups and Organization
Social groups are two or more people who identify with and interact with one another.
A primary group is small, personal, and lasting (examples include family and close friends)
A secondary group is large, impersonal
Chapter 1: Readings by Mills, Gaines, Henslin, Scully, & Marolla
What is sociology?
Sociology is BEST defined as the systematic study of human society
The Sociological Perspective
The sociological perspective is
seeing the general in the particular,
Chaplins overwhelming preoccupation in the first section Modern Times is the tyranny of
technology and society, how humanity is forced to fit around and within the machines and
institutions endemic in modern society, particularly in relation to the idea o
Green Book: Kindergarten as Academic Bootcamp - Harry L. Gracey
- We revisit Harry L. Graceys perspective of kindergarten as academic boot camp where, at school entry,
children acquire the student role through a structured program of activities.
Quantitative Data - data that uses numbers to statistically represent behavior patterns of people
(how many people? How often)
Variables: measured characteristics that vary from one individual or group to the next
Quantitative sociologists study the relat
What is the rem for scientific study of human society and social interactions?
According to_ the task of the sociological imagination is to see relationship btw
individual experiences and larger social forces
o C. Wright Mills
Describe the caste, estate, and class systems of social
Describe the phenomenon of exponential growth.
Define the three major components of population change.
Contrast the Malthusian and
Sociology is the scientific study of human society and Social interactions
Sociology immerged as a separate field of study in Europe during which century?
The main focus or unit of study for sociologist is?
The first true sociological stu
Two methods for stratificationAscribed, achieved
What is ascribed stratification and where does it take place?
What youre born into, India
What is achieved stratification and where does it take place?
What you earn, U.S.
What is the Caste System?
1. Sociology is the scientific study of human society and- social interactions
2. Sociology immerged as separate field of study in Europe during which century19th century
3. Main focus or unit of study for sociologist is- the group
4. The first true socio
o What is stratification?
A system by which a society ranks categories of people in a
o Four fundamental principles of stratification:
It is a characteristic of society, not a function of individu
Chapter 1 HOMEWORK
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functionalism (structural functionalism)