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LSUSOCL 2001O' NeilFall

[SOCL 2001] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 36 pages long Study Guide!

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Ethics: do not harm subjects, confidentiality/ anonymity. Culture: material culture: stuff, desks, clothes, etc. Necessary for our survival: normative
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Social Class, Trust Law, Sociology

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Most likely to occur if personalities are incompatible: macro: looking at divorce rates cross-culturally. The way in which society is integrated: there
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LSUSOCL 2001N.PattersonFall

SOCL 2001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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2. individual: each individual has a biography: men: expected to be chivalrous, sports, hunting, handyman, protector, women: clean, wear dresses and ma
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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

[SOCL 2001] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 34 pages long Study Guide!

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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Cultural Lag, Symbolic Culture, Mardi Gras

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Social Class, Trust Law, Sociology

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Most likely to occur if personalities are incompatible: macro: looking at divorce rates cross-culturally. The way in which society is integrated: there
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LSUSOCL 2001O' NeilFall

[SOCL 2001] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 36 pages long Study Guide!

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Ethics: do not harm subjects, confidentiality/ anonymity. Culture: material culture: stuff, desks, clothes, etc. Necessary for our survival: normative
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LSUSOCL 2001AllWinter

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Broken Windows Theory, Fellatio, Georg Simmel

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Simmel: dyad-group of two, most intimate form of social life, mutually dependent. If one member leaves the group ends: triad-group of three or more. Wh
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Individualism, Endogamy, Polytheism

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LSUSOCL 2001AllSpring

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LSUCE 2450AllFall

Student Handout Lesson 18

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LSUCE 2450AllFall

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LSUCE 2450AllFall

Student Handout Lesson 21

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LSUCE 2450AllFall

Student Handout Lesson 29

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LSUPHYS 1100AllFall

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LSUPHYS 1100AllFall

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LSUME 3143AllFall

HW 2 Solution

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Problem set 2 solution: maple is a package for doing symbolic (and numerical) mathematics. In this class we will use it for some linear algebra with sy
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LSUME 3143AllFall

HW 3 Solution

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LSUMATH 1550AllFall

1550 Practice Test One

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In general in your test will be used the problems similar to your webassign and homeworks. Practice test # 1, math 1550, spring 2012: given a graph of
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LSUMATH 1550AllFall

1550 Practice Test One Solutions

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Practice test # 1, math 1550, spring 2012. In general in your test will be used the problems similar to your webassign and home- works: given a graph o
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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mardi Gras, Symbolic Culture, Human Behavior

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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Neocolonialism, Upper Class, Class Consciousness

The division of large numbers of people into layers according to their relative property, power, and prestige; applies to both nations and people withi
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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Erving Goffman, Thomas Theorem, Eye Contact

Focuses on broad features of society such as social class and the relationships of groups to one another; usually used by functionalists and conflict t
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LSUSOCL 2001R.KelleySpring

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Median Income, Class Discrimination, Triple Oppression

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European americans: diversity, 58% of the u. s. has a european background, germany, ireland, england and italy, constraints, wasps looked down on later
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LSUSOCL 2001R.KelleySpring

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Dominate, Hutu, De Jure

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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Environment, Harold Garfinkel, Body Image

Children assumed to be raised by wild animals away from humans. Example: raised by wolves, jungle book, tarzan a. ii. Skeels and dye wanted to test the
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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Protestant Work Ethic, American Civil Liberties Union, Class Conflict

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LSUSOCL 2001Luke CastleFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anomie, Dalit

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LSUSOCL 2001R.KelleySpring

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Martina Mcbride, Gender Role, Dependency Ratio

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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonWinter

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chris Rock

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nuclear Family, Child Care, Proletariat

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What is a family: primary social group, first agent of socialization. Inter-dependents parts: child care, characteristics organization, budget manageme
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Church Attendance, Aboriginal Australians, Married People

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Typewriter, Dominant Culture, Cultural Universal

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Peer Group, Social Integration, Rotary International

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Institutional Racism, Racial Profiling, De Jure

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Inherited physical characteristics: socially defined, facial features, body type, skin color, hair texture, etc, early study overlooked the (cid:862)so
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Glass Ceiling, Machismo, Heterosexuality

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Sex: biological characteristics- the genetic, hormonal, and anatomical differences between males and females. Why: parents, teachers, counselors, care-
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Standardized Test, Broccoli, Social Inequality

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Education: social institution (lsu-organization, religion-institution, church-organization, deals with the transmission of skills and knowledge to its
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Forces, Talcott Parsons, Ivy League

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Systematic Sampling, Social Control Theory, Design Of Experiments

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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Homicide, Social Control Theory, American Anthropologist

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SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Udu, Uch, Yokohama Rubber Company

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Stratification inequality that is applied to a larger group of society. Social stratification-the ranking of people according to their wealth, prestige
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LSUSOCL 2001T.KaziSpring

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Social Class, Trust Law, Sociology

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SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Social Class, Trust Law, Sociology

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LSUSOCL 2001nilepattersonFall

SOCL 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mardi Gras, Symbolic Culture, Human Behavior

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SOCL 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nuclear Family, Child Care, Proletariat

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LSUSOCL 2001N.PattersonFall

SOCL 2001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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