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SOCIOLOGY 101 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY - Boise State Study Resources
  • 8 Pages ChapterSixOutline
    ChapterSixOutline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter Six Outline I. Social Control and Deviance A. Finding the relationship between deviance and social mobility B. Sociologist Victor Rios argues that hard work is not enough; there must be an opportunity trajectory leading out of poverty C. Examine h

  • 3 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch4
    WILLIAMS_Ch4

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 2/3/15 CHAPTER 4: Social Interaction in Everyday Life I. Social Structure: A Guide to Everyday Living a. Daily situations made sense from cultural patterns of thought and action has come to be known as social s

  • 4 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch7
    WILLIAMS_Ch7

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 2/17/15 CHAPTER 7: Deviance A. What Is Deviance? a. Deviance a.i. The recognized violation of cultural norms. Not all deviance involves action or even choice. b. Crime b.i. What all deviant actions or attitudes

  • 3 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch6
    WILLIAMS_Ch6

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 2/10/15 CHAPTER 6: Sexuality and Society I. Understanding Sexuality A. Sex refers to the biological distinction between women and men. B. Sex and the body 1. Primary sex characteristics refer to the organs used

  • 1 Page WILLIAMS_Ch1
    WILLIAMS_Ch1

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Sociology 101 1/20/15 Chapter 1 Outline SOCIOLOGY: PERSPECTIVE, THEORY AND METHOD

  • 3 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch2
    WILLIAMS_Ch2

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 1/20/15 Chapter 2 Outline CULTURE Socialization: process by which a society transmits its cultural values to individuals so that they can function properly as its members. Cultural: that complex whole which inc

  • 11 Pages Chapter 3 Outline
    Chapter 3 Outline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    SOCIALIZAnON CHAPTER 3 SOCIALIZATION CHAPTER SUMMARY Scientists have attempted to detenoine how much of people's characteristics come from heredity and how much from the social environment. One way to examine this is through identical twins who have been

  • 34 Pages Macionis_13e_C04_E
    Macionis_13e_C04_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Social Interaction in Everyday Life The Power of Society Is our use of social networking sites as much of a personal choice as we may think? Social Interaction LO 4.1 Explain how social structure helps us to make sense of everyday situations. Social Struc

  • 45 Pages Macionis_13e_C10_E
    Macionis_13e_C10_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Gender Stratification The Power of Society If you were free to do either, would you prefer to have a job outside the home, or would you prefer to stay at home and take care of the house and family? Gender and Inequality: What Is? Women and men still lead

  • 40 Pages Macionis_13e_C02_E
    Macionis_13e_C02_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Culture LEARNING OBJECTIVES LO 2.1 Explain the development of culture as a human strategy for survival. LO 2.2 Identify common elements of culture. LO 2.3 Analyze how a societys level of technology shapes its culture. LO 2.4 Discuss dimensions of cult

  • 54 Pages Macionis_13e_C07_E
    Macionis_13e_C07_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Deviance The Power of Society Does everyone regardless of race run the same risk of being sent to prison if they engage in illegal drug use? Deviance: What Is? How a society defines deviance, who is branded as deviant, and what people decide to do about d

  • 70 Pages Macionis_13e_C08_E
    Macionis_13e_C08_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Social Stratification Social Stratification The Power of Society What are a persons odds of being born into poverty? What Is? Social stratification System by which a society ranks categories of people in a hierarchy Based on four important principles L

  • 40 Pages Macionis_13e_C02_E
    Macionis_13e_C02_E

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Culture The Power of Society Is how we feel about abortion as personal an opinion as we may think? Culture: What Is? Culture Ways of thinking, acting, and material objects that form a persons way of life Kinds of culture Material Nonmaterial LO 2.1 E

  • 3 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch3
    WILLIAMS_Ch3

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 1/20/15 CHAPTER 3 SOCIALIZATION: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE A. Socialization and the self B. C. D. E. a. Within our lives, we develop a sense of self, a perception of being distinct personality with a distinct ide

  • 4 Pages WILLIAMS_CH6a
    WILLIAMS_CH6a

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter 6 Sexuality and Society I. Understanding Sexuality A. Sex refers to the biological distinction between females and males. B. Sex and the body 1. Primary sex characteristics refer to the organs used for reproduction, namely, the genitals. Secondary

  • 3 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch10
    WILLIAMS_Ch10

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 3/03/15 CHAPTER 10: Gender Stratification I.Genderandinequality Gender refers to the personal traits and social positions that members of a society attach to being female and male. Gender also involves hierarch

  • 4 Pages WILLIAMS_Ch8
    WILLIAMS_Ch8

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ryan Williams Desiree Brunette Sociology 101 2/24/15 CHAPTER 8: Social Stratification I.WhatIsSocialStratification? Societyrankscategoriesofpeopleinahierarchy,Involvingfourprinciples: A. A trait of society, not simply a reflection of individual difference

  • 2 Pages PracticeQuiz
    PracticeQuiz

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Sociology 101 Possible Quiz Questions Chapter 6 1. A person who desires a big mansion and the perfect American Dream lifestyle, but sells illegal drugs to achieve this, is known by Merton as a(n): A. Conformist B. Ritualist C. Rebel D. Innovator 2. Accord

  • 5 Pages ChapterSevenOutline
    ChapterSevenOutline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter Seven Outline Kelsea Malloy I. Stratification A. In an economy of perfect equality, the top and bottom 10 percent would each control 10 percent of the countrys wealth B. Stratification refers to the structured social inequality or, more specifical

  • 4 Pages ChapterEightOutline
    ChapterEightOutline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter 8 Outline Kelsea Malloy I. Gender A. Individual fixed effects can be used to examine the effect of marriage and divorce on health; of education on wages; of home ownership on savings rates; and of family income on kids test scores A.1. Key sociolo

  • 2 Pages Exam One Study Guide
    Exam One Study Guide

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Exam One Study Guide Know the scientific process and be able to differentiate associated terms : Theory, Experiment, Correlation, Hypothesis etc. Define and contrast Crime vs Deviance, and different variants of each Know Marxism and its use in modern lang

  • 3 Pages 02_05_Outline
    02_05_Outline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    CHAPTER 2 LESSON 5 - CULTURAL UNIVERSAL LESSON SUMMARY Culture is universal; all human groups create a design for living that includes both material and nonmaterial culture. Ideal culture, a group's ideal norms and values, exists alongside its real cultur

  • 4 Pages OutlineExample(1)
    OutlineExample(1)

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Last Name 1 Your Name Desiree Sociology 101 Date Chapter 4 Outline SOCIAL INTERACTION IN EVERYDAY LIFE Micro look at society by examining patterns of everyday social interaction. Status and role guide our behavior in front of others. Social interaction- t

  • 6 Pages Soc 101-004 Spring 2015 Syllabus(1)
    Soc 101-004 Spring 2015 Syllabus(1)

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Ms. Desiree Brunette Office Hours: Mondays 12:00- 2:30p.m. Weds.: 12:00-2:30 p.m. Or by appointment (208) 426-2141 desireebrunette@boisestate.edu Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology Spring 2015 Course Description The basic concepts, principles, and pr

  • 6 Pages Society_12_syllabus
    Society_12_syllabus

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    SOC. 101 AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY Fall 2012 Instructor: John J. Macionis Required Course Materials Readings for this course are drawn from the textbook and MySocLab. Macionis, John J. Society: The Basics, twelfth edition + MySocLab Upper Saddle River,

  • 3 Pages Ch 6 Socialization In Everyday Life - Outline
    Ch 6 Socialization In Everyday Life - Outline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter 6 Social Interaction in Everyday Life I. Social interaction is the process by which people act and react in relation to others. II. Social Structure: A Guide to Everyday Living. Social structure guides human behavior rather than rigidly determinin

  • 2 Pages Sociology 101-004 Spring 2015 Course Calendar-1
    Sociology 101-004 Spring 2015 Course Calendar-1

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Sociology101004(WeFr9:00am10:15am) Spring2015 CourseCalendar WeekOne:January14&January16 Reading:Chapter1:Sociology:Perspective,TheoryandMethod Assignments:Chapter1Outline,Chapter1Quiz(DUEJanuary21at8:59am) WeekTwo:January21&January23 Reading:Chapter2:Cul

  • 3 Pages Ch 6 Socialization In Everyday Life - Outline
    Ch 6 Socialization In Everyday Life - Outline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter 6 Social Interaction in Everyday Life I. Social interaction is the process by which people act and react in relation to others. II. Social Structure: A Guide to Everyday Living. Social structure guides human behavior rather than rigidly determinin

  • 2 Pages CH6_Sexuality and Society
    CH6_Sexuality And Society

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Chapter 8 Sexuality and Society Sex - Biological issue vs. cultural issue - Biology- boy parts vs. girl parts - Culture- social construction of gender Gender - Element of culture that refers to traits and patterns of behavior that a culture attaches to be

  • 2 Pages HCC chap. 4 outline
    HCC Chap. 4 Outline

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    Mr. Smith SOCI 1301 Chapter 4-outline-Social Interaction in Everyday Life Social Structure: A Guide to Everyday Living 1) What does social interaction refer to? 2) What does status refer to? 3) What does status set refer to? 4) Ascribed and Achieved Statu

  • 15 Pages Ch 2 Revised HENSLIN study guide plus
    Ch 2 Revised HENSLIN Study Guide Plus

    School: Boise State

    Course: Introduction To Sociology

    CHAPTER 2 CULTURE CHAPTER SUMMARY Culture is universal; all human groups create a design for living that includes both material and nonmaterial culture. Ideal culture, a group's ideal norms and values, exists alongside its real culture, the actual behavio

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