In our Macionis Textbook: Ch2 (Emphasis:
Culture and Society, Values and Norms,
Cultural Change And Cultural Diversity,
Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism)
In our reader, Seeing Ourselves:
"Body Ritual among the Nacirema" by
Family and Intimate Relations
1) Class Materials
2) Textbook Chapter 13
3) In MySocLibrary
a) Mate Selection and Marriage
around the World by Ingoldsby
b) The Balance of Power in Dating
by Peplau and Campbell
c) Fathering: Paradoxes,
Economy and Politics
Why are these two social
institution bundled together?
They are so closing integrated
that we examine them
TB Chapter 12
1) Manifesto of the Communist Part
by Marx and Engels
Sex and Gender
Our Textbook: Chapters 6 & 10
1) "Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive
Societies" by Margaret Mead (TBp 277)
2) "How Sublet Sex Discrimination Works"
by Nijole V. Benokraitis (TBp 278)
3) "Domestic Violence: A CrossCultural
Some are racial categories, some are
All are disadvantaged economically and/or
politically and/or prestigious-wise:
Exam2 is scheduled
for M, 11/14.
Check our class
syllabus to see what it
cover. It will in
JOCKS and BURNOUTS, Ch14
Now youve looked at the first four chapters, so
What is this book about?
Which two social structures are recognized as
Which one dominates the form of the other?
Given the integration of these two social
How Will You Learn About Education?
1) Macionis Textbook, Ch14, p406-421
1) Savage Inequalities: Children in
Americans Schools, by Kozol
2) Racial Stratification and Education in the
United States: Why Inequality Per
1) Global Stratification
2) Stratification in the USA
1) our Macionis textbook, Ch9
(a) "The Uses of Global Poverty:
How the West Economic Inequality Benefits
the West" by Daina Stuk
1. The Sociological Perspective
Ch1 in our textbook,
Sociology, the basics
A. Manifest and Latent
Functions by Merton 1
Lets Start Thinking Like
What is sociology?
How does Sociology achieve its
Social Class in the
How do we do this?
We rank both groups and
individuals according to:
Economy (income and 1wealth)
Why do we care about
Because stratification affects:
ALL OF OUR SOCIAL INSTITUTION,
race and ethnicity
Ch3 in our
What is Socialization?
Anthropologists call is
the lifelong social experience by
which people develop their hum
Are we talking about you?
Why study it now, just after
yes, it can be the result of failed
socialization(Genie), but youll
be surprised to know thats not
TB Chapter 7
In Seeing Ourselves:
" The Codes of the S
So, where did Todays Social
Scientists get their roots? Where?
Where: Europe (such as France, Germany,
When? Why? Who?
Why: The greats minds of Europe struggled to
calm the social chaos of the Industrial
Some Hardships o