Social Inequality, Chapter 7
November 7, 2013
How much do you know quiz
Variations in Systems of Stratification (open/closed)
SOCI LEC 24/11/11
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Midterm Study Guide
Sociology Section 2
Your examination will be held Saturday, December 17th, from 9:00 to 11:00AM, in the Bob Davis Gym.
This two hour examination consists of
40 multiple choice questions (40%)
Classical Social Theories: Chapter 2:
Theory: A statement that tries to explain how certain facts or variables are related to predict future events.
Natural State: Hobbes conception of the human condition before the emergence of formal soc
SOCI1F90 Research Ethics:
Code of Morality governing research involving human participants.
Study of environmental activists who sometimes break the law Ethically, what should you do?
Spend a while with a community, get their permission
Chapter 5: Culture
Culture: A complex collection of values, beliefs, behaviors, and material objects shared by a group and passed
on from one generation to the next.
Hominid ancestors: Our human ancestors.
Homo sapiens: Modern hu
SOCI1F90 Modern Social Theories
1891-1937, Italian Scholar
Founded Communist Party of Italy
Imprisoned by Mussolini (Fascist) in 1926 after creating an anti-fascism movement.
Selections from the Prison Notebooks work he did based on Marxs
SOCI1F90 Social Inequality by Class (Social Stratification)
2200 people were on the ship, only 700 people survived. There werent enough life boats most of the
people that lived were women or children.
143 First class Women, 4 of them died.
SOCI1F90 Gender Feminist Sociological Theory
Society is structured by class inequalities. Class is infused with gender.
The Feminist theory is massive, not just with sociologists.
Emma Watson UN speech: Feminism Not man-hating, they want equal political,
Economy and Work II
Definition of Economy
A social institution that organizes the production, distribution and consumption of goods
The way we produce material things for survival
The type impacts social inequality
SOCIOLOGY FINAL EXAM NOTES
Killing Us Softly documentary: women are represented in a limited number of
ways and in only a few areas of social life (sexualized, infantilized, domesticated,
image stability: femininity (care/home) and
Sociology: systematic study of human groups and their interactions
Surplus Value: gap between wages paid and the market value of the products
Symbol: things that represent something else and express meaning (shamrock)
Communist Manifesto: des