Study Guide, Exam 1, SOCY1001 Spring Semester 2015
Chapter 1: The Sociological Imagination
What is the Sociological Imagination and how might you apply it to a particular social problem?
Our recognition of the interdependent relationship betw
Final Exam Study guide
Schneider and Jenness Sex and the Social Control
Know the authors definition of a moral panic and the evolution and consequences. How does this
process as described here (and in class) result in stratification and increased exercis
STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST TWO
What is scripting theory, the indicators of a sexual situation, the different levels of
scripts and how they are distinct from one another and related to one another?
Which level holds the most potential for flexibility an
STUDY GUIDE EXAM #1
SOCY 1006 WALDEN
Lecture, syllabus, writing guide, and supplements
Know my office hours and location, what to include in emails for class, course objectives, policies for
missed exams and late papers, when to use citations in writing
Constructions of Sexuality: Final Exam Review
Philosophy of BDSM community and how it affects behaviors outside of its community
o Emphasis on communication and consent
Moral panic: political moments of sex in which dif
Into to sociology: theories and methods
1. How is sociology different from common sense?
-Sociology is the formal field of the academic study of society, social institutions and
- The study of the development, structure, and functioni
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Life and longevity can be dependent on many different factors within the
individual and amongst different populations. North America has long prevailed as a
healthy country but seemingly not due to its lack of unhealthy food acc
EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE
What are norms, values, ideologies, stratification, and inequality?
Norms: social standards of appropriate behavior
Values: beliefs about why norms are good/appropriate
Ideology: belief system that justifies o
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Chapter 2 Recitation Assignment Research Methods
Welcome to the chapter on Sociological research methods!
This assignment asks you to propose a research study on a topic you find intriguing. The topic should rev
1. To understand the ways in which the labor force and the wage gap have changed and the ways they have
remained the same in the past 100150 years. (pg. 246-249 & pg. 261-266)
-perhaps the most significant change in the relationship o
Chapter 1: Introduction
1. To understand the interplanetary theory of gender difference.
-Genders are significantly and innately different; men are from mars, women are from venus. Supports evolutionary or biological differences, such
Chapter 12: Gendered Intimacies
1. To understand how ideas of friendship and love have changed through history.
-historically mens way of loving was considered superior
-mens friendships celebrated as the highest expression of the nob
Chapter 13: The Gendered Body
1. To understand the extent and nature of eating disorders in America.
-anorexia involves chronic and dangerous starvation dieting and obsessive exercise
-bulimia involves binging and purging; eating larg
Chapter 6: The Gendered Family
This week you will learn about gender in the social institution of the family. In this module you will also find a
lecture (with audio) to supplement the required reading (Chapter 6 in the text, pp. 143-188), which will be
Chapter 11: The Gendered Media
1. To understand how the media uses tactics of naturalization to maintain inequality.
-mens vs. womens magazines
-chick flicks vs. action movies
-chick lit vs. lad lit
-we bring ourselves (identities, di
Chapter 5: The Social Construction of Gender Relations
This week you will continue learning about the sociological perspectives of sex and
gender. In this module you will also find a lecture (with audio) to supplement the
required reading (Chapter 5 in th
Chapter 2: Biological Perspectives of Sex and Gender
1. To know the three primary areas from which biological theories draw their evidence.
1.) Evolutionary Theory, from sociobiology to evolutionary psychology
2.) Brain research
Chapter 7: The Gendered Classroom
This week you will read Chapter 7 in the text (pp. 189-220), which looks at the role gender plays in educational
settings. You will also read Spice Girls, Nice Girls by Reay, which can be found in the reader starting on p
Note on this weeks lecture: Due to emergencies created by the recent flooding, this weeks lecture will not
be available until Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. Apologies for any inconvenience, and please let me
know if you have any questions or concerns.
Chapter 5: The Social Construction of Gender Relations (pgs. 112-140)
*Note that we are skipping Chapter 4
Learning objectives (for Weeks 3 and 4):
1. To explain the way in which sociological perspectives do depend on biological determinism.
Chapter 10: Gender and Politics
This week you will learn about some of the issues surrounding gender and politics in US society. In this module
you will also find a lecture (with audio) to supplement the required reading (Chapter 10 in the text, pp. 28731
SOCIAL MOVEMENT - Formally organized group that acts consciously with
some continuity, planning, strategic foresight, to promote or resist change
through collective action.
1/19-21 chapters 1, 2, and 3 Understanding Social movements
chapters 4, 5 and 6
Due: 3 February 2015
Assignment 1: Gender Socialization Essay
Gender socialization in America has become a habit and a tradition that has been passed
down since long before America even existed. Different
Gender and the Male Gaze
A Media Analysis of Print Ads
SOCY/WMST 1016 (Olson 403)
The advertisement shown above is selling depicts a bottle of Skyy Infusions All Natural
Cherry vodka. The bottle is flanked by two fairly young wome
Due: March 3, 2015
Assignment 2: Analyzing Song Lyrics About Gender
In modern society, the media acts as a key player in influencing the publics beliefs and
actions. Popular music artists have especi
What are norms?
Guidelines and Rules (like laws)
What is socially expected and accepted
Appearance and behavior
Certain things that relate to the community
Stay in the boundaries of what is acceptable
Appearance, behavior, attitude, etc.
Deviance final review
Exam #3 in the back of the deviance book
1. Elements from ecstasy chapter
o initiation into ecstasy use his friends are doing it so he should
do it, not as bad as you think, want to tell him things that are