Chapter One Notes
Sociological Perspective- examines how social contexts influence peoples lives.
Society- a group of people who share a culture and a territory.
Social Location- how peoples jobs, income, education, gender, race, age affect peoples idea
Scientology is beliefs and practices created by L. Ron Hubbard. This religion
teaches people that we are immortal being who have forgotten their true nature. Its type
of counseling is called auditing. This is where practitioners try to re-expe
Given tidal volume 650 cc and inspiratory capacity of 3600 cc what is the inspiratory reserve
3600cc 650cc = 2,950cc
Inspiratory reserve= 2,950cc
Given ERV 1200 cc and TV 500 cc what is expirator
Review for 3rd Exam
Know the regions of the pharynx
Located behind nasal cavity
From internal nares to soft palate
Posterior to the choanae and above the soft palate
Receives the auditory (Eustachian) tubes
Houses pharyngeal tonsil
What is Deviance?
Deviance: the violation of cultural
norms and expectations
Characteristics of deviance
Deviance is socially constructed
Acts may be deviant in one time and
place but not in others
A group or status m
Name Kristina Nolau
Complete the following after completing exercises 37,38 and 39 in Phils. THIS IS DUE AT THE
TIME OF LAB. NO LATE PAPERS ACCEPTED
Amount of air that actually enters the alveoli
air trapped in in the airways
What is Socialization?
Socialization: the lifelong process of
learning to become a member of the
social world, including learning the values
and beliefs of our culture
Interaction: the basic building block of
Understanding the Research
The Research Process
1. Identify a specific research question.
2. Design the research study and specify the
data to be collected.
3. Consider the Ethics of Research
4. Collect, analyze and interpret data.
Name Kristina Nolau
A decrease in the availability of oxygen
Amount of air remaining in the lungs after the most
A. Alveolar ducts
1. What are the regions of the pharynx and the structures located within it
2. What are the changes in intrathoracic, intrapulmonic and atmospheric pressures during
b. exhalation and
c. at rest
3. What is the difference between
Race and Ethnicity
With more than six billion people on the
planet, the world offers a fascinating array
of human characteristics.
Race refers to the inherited physical
characteristics that distinguish one group
from another. These distinguishi
Societies to Social
Groups are the essence of life in society; the
groups to which we belong help determine
our goals and values, how we feel about
ourselves, and even how we feel about life
An essential element of a social grou
Sociologists who do research on religion analyze
the relationship between society and religion
and study the role that religion plays in
people s lives. They do not seek to prove that
one religion is better than another.
According to D
Social Class in the United
Definition: a large group of people who
rank close to one another in terms of
wealth, power and prestige
Consists of property (what we own) and
income (money we rece
Marriage and Family
Imagine you are getting married next
week. Write a prenuptial agreement that
details your expectations for the
marriage and, more importantly, your
partner s obligations in the marriage
related to the following:
As we discussed in our previous class,
today we will have a debate on what
mobile operating system is better.
I-phone vs. Andriod
Must cover the following topics:
Look of the device; compatibility; warranty;
cost; resale value; avai
Sex and Gender
Gender stratification refers to men s and
women s unequal access to power, prestige,
Gender is especially significant because it is a
master status, cutting across all aspects of social
Collective Behavior and Social
Collective behavior refers to extraordinary
activities carried out by groups of people.
Early theorists of collective behavior argued
that crowds transformed people, causing them
to participate in activit
Discuss the perceptions of aging while
addressing the following: As you see it, at
what age are people no longer young? What is
it, specifically, about this age that makes a
person old ? Wh
Social stratification is the division of large
numbers of people into layers according to
their relative power, property, and prestige.
It applies to both nations and to people
within a nation, society, or other groups.
Medicine and Health
Medicine is a society s standard way of
dealing with illness and injury. U.S. medicine is
a profession, a bureaucracy, and a big
Sociologists study how medicine is influenced
by ideals of professional self-regulat
Education is a formal agent of socialization and a
formal system for teaching knowledge, values, and
Some individuals devoted themselves to teaching,
while those who had leisure became their students.
Education gradually came
25 Statements from the Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective.
1. Sociology offers a perspective, a view of the world. The sociological perspective (or
imagination) opens a window onto unfamiliar worldsand offers a fresh look at familiar
Chapter 2. Culture
1. Culture - the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even
material objects that are passed from one generation to the next.
(material culture and nonmaterial culture).
2. Culture shock the disorientation that people experie
1) macrosociology analysis of social life that focuses on broad features of society, such as
social class and the relationships of groups to one another; usually used by functionalists
and conflict theorists.
2) microsociology analysis of social life that
Chapter 3 Assignment
1. Agents of Socialization
Family has a great impact giving children a sense of self, motivation, values and beliefs.
Parents send message to children of what society expects from them as males and females.
Melvin Kohn suggests that w
Critique on Female Circumcision
Worldwide, between 100 million and 200 million females were circumcised. This
procedure commonly performed in parts of Muslim Africa and differs depending on the culture.
The age of females undergoing circumcision differs b
Quiz 1 Study Guide (CH 1-3)
Quiz on Monday Sep 29th.
Below are some of the key terms and concepts that will appear on your exam. If you can answer
these questions, you should do well during the test.
Ch. 1 Sociological Perspective (10 mult
Womens role throughout the years (US)
We teach girls to shrink
To make themselves smaller
We say to girls,
"You can have ambition
But not too much
You should aim to be successful
But not too successful
Otherwise you will threat