Social class is defined as a group of people who rank closely in terms of power, property,
and prestige. These three elements provide people with different opportunities, varying
lifestyles, and alternative ways of viewing the world
After Sept.11, 2001, terrorism has become a serious topic in U.S. More and more people
strongly believe and worry about the immigrants are invading and ruining their home.
Actually, the government made the I
January 23rd, 2017
The International E-mail
Background on the international e-mail
Since from 2000, Chinese people started to use E-mail a faster and more convenient way to
communicate with each other. Instead of cellphones and regu
The society we reside in has norms, attitudes, and expectations associated with an
individual's sex. The manner in which boys are taught to behave according to the male gender
and girls to act according
1. No, the flight time doesnt depend on the angle. A bigger angle only gives the ball bigger
velocity along the x-axis. The velocity along the x-axis doesnt affect how long it will take for it to
hit the ground. As the ball rolls of the table, it has an i
Sociological perspectives view of the family in relation to conjugal roles.
By Fabian Ken Thuranira
Sociology Test order
Table of Contents
Sociological perspectives view of the family in relation to conjugal role
Helps us make sense of our culture and our identity
(the self) within that culture
Any number of people with shared norms, va
Chapter 8 Education
Formal process of instruction in which some
people consciously teach while others adopt the
social role of learner
What is your BEST and WORST educational
Bureaucratization of Schools
Division of labor
What is Culture?
Everything humans create
Nonmaterial culture: customs,
beliefs, patters of communication
Material culture: physical and
Why is Culture important?
Shapes our perception, knowledge, and
Race and Ethnicity
Subordinate group whose members have
significantly less control or power over their own
lives than members of dominant group
physical differences that have social significance
Social Class and SES
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
Measure of social class based on
Prestige and Wealth
Prestige Respect a
*Groups of 4-5
*Draw what religion means to you
*Share your pictures with each other
*Choose one person to come and share
with the class
*Meaning and Purpose
Government and Global
Chapters 9 and 11
Ability to exercise ones will over others
Three basic sources of power in any
Weber developed useful classification
system for author
Get in groups of the same sex (biological)
What do you like about being your sex?
What do you dislike about being your sex?
What do you like about the opposite sex?
What do you dislike about the opposite sex?
Lifelong process through which
people learn attitudes, values,
and behaviors (norms)
appropriate for members of a
of culture (values and
norms) constructed by others
How to be Successful
READ the BOOK
BRING your book to class
Get to know your class mates
Pay attention in class
Start studying early and often
What is Sociology?
- How do we obtain the sociological
Activity: Top 10 qualities and
3 deal breakers
Who are we attracted to?
Exogamy Seeking Asian
In the beginning
is social control?
Techniques and strategies for preventing
deviant human behavior
is Deviance functional?
Final Homework Assignment
Provide answers to the following questions using any information you have obtained over the
semester (e.g. lecture, text, research, etc.). Be thorough and specific in your answers. Use
examples as necessary.
Distinguish between a
Copper Harbor Land
Preserving natural resources
Welcome to Copper Harbor
Copper Harbor Watershed
What We Protect
Copper Harbor Watershed
What We Protect
Why We Protect Copper Harbor
Conserve open spaces
It is through Socialization that children
develop social roles,
and learn how to use their developmental
Self-concept an individuals perception of
his or her identity as dis
Family Violence/Child Abuse
EXPLANATIONS OF SPOUSAL ABUSE
Stressors are thought to be crisis-provoking events
High risk environments
Restrictions they may have on other life roles,
Conflict with the chil
Ecology of Parenting
What makes a good parent?
Where do we get our values and information
about how we should parent?
What is a good parent (in terms of society,
the child, the self)?
How do children influence parenting?
Ecology of Child Care
What kind of support is most
appropriate for families in caring
Should parents seek caregiving help (full- or
part-time babysitter, nanny, day care)?
How can parents and caregivers collaborate
Divorce and Children
According to enrichment journal on the divorce rate in America:The
divorce rate in America for first marriage is 41%The divorce rate in
America for second marriage is 60%The divorce rate in America for third
Ecology of the Child
Socialization how individuals acquire the knowledge,
skills and character traits that enable them to
participate as effective members of groups and society
How are we socialized?