SOCI 262 Winter 2013
Application Questions for Jesus Camp
1. Identify moments of the social typing in the film. These can be
example within the evangelical community, between the
evangelical community and other Christians, and/or the
Sociology :GENDER ROLES
STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 2
Gendered Language & Socialization (ch4)
-Language reflects culture and is shaped by it,therefore it is fundamental to our understanding
of gender. Language socialization is a lifelong activity we continually
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF SEXUALITY 375 |CH 7,10,11,12+17
CH7 Relationships, Intimacy & Communication
Boundaries; discuss through talk, this may bring solitude to the relationship and create a better
understanding or the partner may feel uncomfortable talki
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER
Social change is a central concern of sociology. The discipline emerged as a way to understand and the
explain the paths to modernity that transformed the world. The focus is on two commanding change
related processes, gl
First, and perhaps foremost, is that of cultural diversity. In order to understand it, we
must first understand what culture, particularly Canadian culture, actually means.
Although we constantly live culture, it is not a concept that i
Intro to Soci 203 CH 6,7,8,9
CH 6 The Sex Gender Puzzle: Biology is not Destiny
Sex and Gender As a fundamental dimension of the human condition
Although there are many possible answers, it could be argued that your sex and gender practices fill the
Key Concepts SOCI 262 Exam Prep
What you need to know
Theories of knowledge/
General definition of epistemology
Why is epistemology important to the study
of deviance and normalization?
How do different theories of
Ian Hacking- Making People Up
Interesting things1.) I found it interesting that Hacking suggested the idea of people being 'diseased' is new.
Hacking said perversion was not around in the latter parts of the 19th century alluding to the fact
that This tie
Objective Theories of Deviance
What is an objective theory of deviance?
Violation of social norms
o Why do people violate norms
Focus is on causes and consequences of deviance
NOT why is something deviant, but WHY do people violate norms
30 multiple choice
answer 4 short answer questions out of 6
Mostly on material after the second midterm
Know chapter 9 very well!
Some questions on the film
Bit of cumulative
Major themes of the course
o Subjective objective
Q: Explain the concept of dominant moral codes and the role
they play in the social construction of deviance.
The subjective view of deviance believes that deviance is a social
construction. Social constructionism is the perspective that social
Social Problems Final Exam Study Guide
1. Talcott Parsons Functionalist approach, with reference to learn a trade by John Updyke.
Four functional imperatives.
1.adaptation:adapt the environment to its needs
2.Goal attainment:define and achieve its primary
Since birth we are given an ascribed status, this status refers to your social class, age, gender ethnicity
and so on. These statuses maintain rules , also can be referred to as norms, these norms guide each
individual to how they should act or how they s
Social Deviance Session 8
November 10, 2016
Sex workers dont want to be looked at as victims. Want to be seen has the heads of their
Protective routines have they worked out to protect themselves:
Working in Pairs (two people working
What is Deviance to me?
Manoeuvring around something youre supposed to do.
Doing something that is against popular opinion.
Deviant Acts: Evading Taxes. Infidelity
Deviant Behaviour: Lying, faking
Image, style. Tatoos.
Social Deviance Session 6
October 20, 2016
In an area with high immigration
Founded the movement called the Chicago school
The city was founded in 1892
Around this time Social Determinism appears.
Before this period, Bio
Social Deviance Session 3
September 22, 2016
Movie Last week: The Burning Times
Exam Chapters: 1,3,4,5
Another way of looking at deviance is the Demonic perspective:
This is a pre-scientific approach. Witches are in cohorts with the devil or po
Social Deviance Session 4
September 29, 2016
Exam will be on chapters 1, 3, 4, 5
The Constitutional Approach (Chapter 5)
There are the biological/physiological approaches
We use the term constitutional comes from the old term take the daily constitutional
Social Deviance 8
November 3, 2016
Sex is seen as a commodity.
Three sex workers had a legal victory and claimed that laws left sex workers unsafe.
No country has been able to stop sex workers
Have to stop sex and money in order
Social Deviance Session 5
October 6, 2016
Through a Blue Lens
Alienationare alienated from their own life. One of the cops said that they came from
normal families but made the wrong choices
Made the wrong choicesa littl
Social Deviance Session 1
September 8, 2016
*Look at Course outline for chapters and exam dates*
Deviates from societys normsBehavior
How to define society? *Focus on Canadian society
Different societies have different norms (different tolerances
Social Deviance Session 2
September 15, 2016
Theories of Deviance
A lot of them are based on early Sociology: Marx, Durkheim etcetera.
Two classes in society
1. Bourgeoisie (the rich)
2. Proletariat (the poor)
Bourgeoisie control the m
Guest Speaker: Laurent Gaene-Roy. Correctional Services
Correctional services of Canada What is parole and how it works in Canada?
Mission statement: Actively active lawbreakers to make them contributing members of
Social Deviance Session 7
October 27, 2016
Strain Theory/ Juvenile Delinquency
Looking at what causes strain on people.
Albert Cohen: Created the theory of delinquent subculture.
Social disorganization: Deviance can be culturally transmitted.
In class Writing Exercise.
1. explain the concept of dominant moral codes and the role they play
in the social construction of deviance
What is deviance?
Carries a certain stigma.
Focuses on patterns and commonalities in