Chapter 6 Discussion - Groups and Organizations
1. Explain the difference between these terms: social groups, category, aggregate
and provide an example of each.
A group refers to any collection of a least two people, such as just two people, a
After taking the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test, it revealed that my type is
INFJ. INFJ stands for Introvert, intuitive, feeling, and judging. When taking the test it
also revealed which percentage out of 100 that I am. Introvert was calcu
Which Type of Intelligence Is It?
Read through the scenarios below and then identify what type of intelligence (analytical,
creative, practical, verbal, mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, musical,
interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalist, or exist
Gender Norms and Child Development
From the time you are born and move through childhood and adolescence, family
is the very first agent of socialization. Family enforces norms, beliefs, and values as well
as communication expectations i
Chapter 4 Discussion
I believe that Gerhard is correct in classifying societies based on technology
advances. Another criteria that is appropriate based on what I have read is
industrialization because it has more control over the impact of their environm
What Type of Memory Is It?
Read each statement below and then state what type of memory is being used or what
type of organizational technique is being used.
1. Susie is baking blueberry muffins and goes through the following steps: she preheats
Chapter 3 Discussion Culture
Culture is shared beliefs, values, behaviors, and practices within a social group. A
society is a group of people who live within a definable area or community and share the
same culture. Society and culture
Foremost Pronouncement Swayed by Societal Influences
Not only have I had just three major life-changing choices influenced by social
forces, but everyday decisions I make are being influenced by social forces. One of the
first major life
Chapter 6 Assignment - Identify UCR, UCS, CR, CS
1. Pamela is walking her child at the mall and a lady walks by and stops to see the baby. The
lady has a shiny, noisy bangle of bracelets that are the same as the ones Pamela wears.
Digestive System (Food Molecule)
The digestive system incorporates structures and activities that allow us to change
food we consume into forms that can be absorbed by the body. The organs in this system
include the alimentary canal or g
Acetylcholine Acetylcholine is also knows as ACh. Ach is involved in firing neurons to
stimulate learning, memory, and muscle action. Ach is part of the CNS or central nervous
system and the PNS or peripheral nervous system. An excess am