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Class Notes for SCLG1001 at University of Sydney

Introduction to Sociology 1

SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Technological Determinism, Industrial Revolution, Feudalism

Week 7: Video Lecture #1 Media: reflecting or constructing reality? Hegemonic view o Media presents limited version of the world conforms to the interests of the ruling class/dominant ...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Shyness, Consumerism, Anselm Strauss

Week 12 Video Lecture #1 Social correlates of health Individual genes and biology associates with health and illnesses o Genetics determine lifespan and overall health over the life cycle Indi...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Consumerism, Friedrich Engels, Social Stratification

Week 8 Video Lecture #1 Family life and sociology: functionalism Family unit development of human sociability o Shaping individuals perception of place in society and relationships o Con...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Simulated Reality, Daniel J. Boorstin, Mcdonaldization

Week 11 Video Lecture #1 Unemployment in migrant communities Unemployment and underemployment Disproportional effects (ex. Young people, social/ethnic groups) o Usually in part-time Factor...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Internalism And Externalism, Basil Bernstein, Symbolic Interactionism

Week 10 Video Lecture #1 Education, social stability & social change Durkheim: education socialization, foster social solidarity from young age o Example: history sense of interconnectedness, part ...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Classical Liberalism, Individualism, Arjun Appadurai

Week 6 Video Lecture #1 Globalization and Culture Decisions impacted by culture (globalization) Critiques of globalization o For being unilateral in practice just trade internationally is not f...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Norbert Elias, Video Lesson, Competitive Advantage

Week 2 Video Lecture #1 Humour Seeing things in different ways Control your life: we think we are free to choose sociologists question this idea Thoughts and feelings are dependent on a context or bac...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ulrich Beck, Contemporary Sociology, Boundary Marker

Week 5: Video Lecture #1 Globalization and Sociology Globalization: the intensification and integration of linkages between localities, economies, and cultures, due to increasing flows of people, capital, ...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Georg Simmel, Sociological Theory, Video Lesson

Week 3 Video Lecture No consensus about how society should be organized Theres no such thing as non-theoretical, purely empirical research What is a sociological theory? o A conceptual f...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Demographic Transition, Family Wage, Nuclear Family

Week 9 Video Lecture #1 Family decline Transformation of family structure = family decline? or = democratization of family life? Social ills (ex. Domestic violence, child abuse) because moving away from a ...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Video Lesson, Norbert Elias, Anthony Giddens

Lecture 2 Sociology A process of reasoning about the social: how we think about the society Coined by Auguste Comte (1842) Interpreting social relations and societies Emerged in a world that was undergoing profound changes...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Metanarrative, Social Constructionism

Lecture 4 Orienting concepts Theory Help us break down and organize our formulation of the research problem Links our research problem to more general knowledge Relates our problem to more general soc...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Protestant Work Ethic, Precarious Work, Richard Sennett

Lecture 10 The Brave New World of Work What do we like about work? Marx o Work as a defining feature of human life Work/what we do at work defines who we are (identity) ...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture 9: SCLG1001 Comprehensive Lecture 9 Note

Lecture 9 Significance of education: Huge numbers of people involved as students and staff Significant proportion of national spending by governments o Australia: not as much as other countries Central to origins of sociol...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hybridity, International Financial Institutions, World Trade Organization

Lecture 6 History of globalization: Archaic o Globalization is not new (ever since people moved around via boats) o Exchanges between regions, especially non-European regions, which exist...

Sociology
SCLG1001
Fiona Jane Gill
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Business Communication, Human Communication, Jargon

Communication Success 2 Communication Success 3 permacharts TM ...

Business Administration
BUS 343
All Professors
Administrative Law - Reference Guides

Administrative law directly influences the life of every American citizen. All local, state and federal agencies operate pursuant to general Administrative law principles. An understanding of all administrative law functio...

Business Admin - Mgt
MGMT 10
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Model Penal Code, Malice Aforethought, Unlawful Killing

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM CCriminal Law WHAT IS A CRIME? PARTIES TO CRIMES ...

LAW
LAW 405
All Professors
LAW
LAW 405
All Professors
Sociology - Reference Guides

Sociology is the study of the principles that underlie social order. In this concise Guide, the reader has ready access to clear explanations and examples of important sociological theories. The often complex and contradic...

Sociology
SOCA02H3
All Professors

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