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Sociology (Arts)
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SOCI 222
Donald Hinrichs

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Ecology: Neo­Orthodox human ecology: (P.85) 1)Shevky and Bell: Social Area Analysis (map areas of the city that have unique  characteristics) ▯o study the attributes of the areas. Ex. This area is populated by Jews. Map an area to see what’s going on  Factors: social rank, urbanization, segregation  2) Factorial Ecology: SES= SOCAIL ECONOMIC STATUS (high, middle, low)  Family status  Ethnicity  Uses more computers than social area analysis  Urbanization: different areas of a city have different characteristics that make them urbanized  Highly urbanized: Low fertility (low number of children), the more working women, lots of condos  and apartments (single parent families) Segregation: are certain groups being segregated  Drieger: worked with factorial ecology  Watering holes – elephants control = people of British ancestry  What factor determined residence in a city: Visible minority type = your race determines where you reside British Loyalist type: high social class  Industrial Blue Collar Type: social class  Northern Fringe type: First Nations people  Los Angeles School: 1970 4 ecologies:  Surfurbia: the beach cities along the coast the foothills: the private homes of the rich (including bev hills)  the Plains of Id: Central endless flatlands (middle class) Autopia: the freeways Social systems perspectives: (descriptive)  A system: two or more people interacti
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