1 SOC 1013 Exam 1 Review
SOCIOLOGY: The scientific study of human social activity and interaction. Studies the acts we consider common sense. Ex: Sociologists are the not so popular kids in high school who see from the outside.
BODY RITUAL AMONG THE NACIREMA Horace Miner
From Horace Miner, "Body Ritual among the Nacirema." Reproduced by permission of the American Anthropological Association from The American Anthropologist, vol. 58 (1956), pp. 503-507.
Most cultures exhibi
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
What is Sociology?
The scientific study of human social activity and interaction. Sociological Perspective.
Seeing the General in the Particular Seeing the Strange in the Familiar
C. Wright Mills and the Sociol
CHAPTER 3 - SOCIALIZATION
Becoming Human. Social experience
Socialization. Lifelong social experience by which individuals develop their human potential and learn culture. Personality. A person's fairly consistent patterns of acting, thinking, and
CHAPTER 5 GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Social Group. Two or more people with
common interests and consciousness.
Aggregate. Category. An aggregate or category can become a social group. *
GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Type of Group. Primary Group. A sm
Chapter 2 - CULTURE
Culture. Beliefs, values, behavior, and material objects that constitute a people's way of life.
Material Culture. Non-material Culture.
Society. People interacting within a limited territory guided by their culture. Society
CHAPTER 4 - SOCIAL INTERACTION IN EVERDAY LIFE
Status, the building blocks of social organization.
Status. Recognized social position. Master Status. Positions that carries exceptional importance. Ascribed Status. Received at birth Achieved Statu