The Sociological Imagination
Sociology is the study of human society.
In the mid-twentieth century, sociologist C. Wright Mills argued that we need to use our
sociological imagination to think critically about the social world around us.
Chapter 7 : Stratification
Stratification is systematic inequalities between groups of people that arise as intended or unintended
consequences of social processes and relationships.
Views of Inequality
In the eighteenth century, Jean-Jacques
Chapter 12: Family (6 questions)
Families of Orientation vs. Procreation
Families of Orientation = A family into which one is born.
Families of Procreation = A family one enters as an adult.
Changes in Families over time (causes and conseq