1. What do sociologists call the common understanding between people that arises
from shared knowledge, reality, or an experience?
a. symbolic interaction
2. What sociological concept is the idea that if so
Exam 3 Study Guide
Compare and Contrast the concept melting pot, multiculturalism and ethnocentrism.
Describe the difference between social class and caste stratification.
What does studying symbols provide in the way of understanding human behavior?
SOCA 101 FL16-Project #6 (ch.8 Social Stratification) Section #
1. In 2009, women with full time jobs in America earned about what percent of men with full
time job? (a) 61% (b) 70% (c) 77% (d) Near
Sociology Exam 1
Chapter 1, 2, 4, 14
People in our society tend to think of
themselves in terms of their individuality, but
we are also all products of our _, such
as the time and place we live and the family we
were born into.
interests and skills
Sociology Test 2
Chapter 5: Social Structure
Which of the following best illustrates a breakdown in
a home after a house fire
Wall Street after the housing market crashed
New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
Max Weber felt that races stemmed from "common inherited
and inheritable traits that actually derive from common
descent." This view is known as _.
Focus of the course
- How issues have shaped the development of us in society
- Focus on things with evidence to back up what is being said
- Way to use information at our disposal to figure out what is shaping our idea
English 101: Composition and Rhetoric
Section 051 (CRN 18622)
Spring Semester, 2017
Building: Woodburn Hall
Instructor: Elora C. Amtower
Email: [email protected]
Office: Colson Hall 242
Office Hours: M 10:30-11:20AM and
Sociology 3306 Sociology of Poverty
Instructor: Lindsey M. Ibaez
Class Meetings: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:50 am-11:25 am
Classroom: Jennings Hall 060
Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 11:30-12:30, or by appointment
Office: 165 Townshend Hall
SOCA Unit 3
How would you classify yourself?
Upper middle class
Middle-middle class* most votes
Chapter 10 Section 01
Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty
I. Inequality unequa
Socialism economic system, how the government decides income will be divided
Socializing personal interaction.
Sociology the study of societies and the social worlds that individuals inhabit within them.
Sociology Practice Exam 1
1. People in our society tend to think of themselves In terms of individuality, but we are
also all products of our
, such as the time and place we live and the family we were
2. The sociological imagin
SOCA Unit 4
Marijuana, Opium, Heroin all were legal
20% of married persons have committed adultery
Crime, Deviance, and Social Control
A. What is Deviance?
1. Establishing Group Boundaries
a. Social group membership
SOCA UNIT 2
What is social structure
Inspiring your sociological imagination up to now focus has been on the individual and
interaction between other individuals but there is another way to view the worldJeff Manza
Individual analysis no religion no ident
Dr. Katie Neary Dunleavy, Associate Professor
Office hours: Online Wednesday 2:30-3:30pm or by appointment via phone
The overall goal of this course is to develop an understanding of the pro
Social Change &
Introduction to Social Change
Can take place on micro or macro level
Societal change: changes that occur throughout social
structure of entire society
Societies: entities comprised of those people who shar
What is Deviant Behavior?
Deviance: any behavior, practice, or condition that results
in disapproval, hostility, or sanction
Not restricted to a specific group, gender, or age
Can include things not consciously chos
Gender & Society
Sex and Gender
Complex interaction between biology and culture shapes
behavioral differences associated with gender.
Sex does not equal gender.
Sex: the anatomical or other biological differences between
males and females tha
Social Construction of Race
If [people] define situations as real, they are real in their
Race: a group sharing apparent physical traits deemed by
society to be socially significant
Class & Inequality
Inequality and Stratification
Social inequality: a disparity in income, wealth, power,
prestige, and other resources
Social stratification: the systematic ranking of different
groups of people in a hierarchy of inequality