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SOC-2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Schizophrenia, Social Class
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SOC 2020 test 3.4 Mental Illness • Difficulty in classifying illnesses o Measuring issues o Validity in diagnosis • Social factors o Social class o Gender o Race and...

Sociology
SOC-2020
Kenneth Muir
SOC-2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sex Organ, Subculture, Psychopathology
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SOC 2020 test 3.2 • Black women = 35% higher sexual violence than white women • 1 in 6 women will be victim or survivors of interpersonal violence • 2 in 5 gay or bi men experience intimate partner violence ...

Sociology
SOC-2020
Kenneth Muir
SOC-2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Linda Lovelace, Green Door, Traci Lords
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SOC 2020 test 3 Descriptives • Thinking about your own sexual orientation, would you say you are: o Exc. Heterosexual- 64.2% o Exc. Homosexual- 12.4% o Bisexual- 22.6% o Do not w...

Sociology
SOC-2020
Kenneth Muir
SOC-2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: John And Lorena Bobbitt, Super Bowl
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SOC 2020 test 3.4 Institutions of control • Religion o Agent: church, leaders o Deviance: sinning o Sanction: go to hell • Business • State • Family o A: parents o ...

Sociology
SOC-2020
Kenneth Muir
SOC 1110 Lecture 2: friends and love

Friendship o Dyadic relationship relationship between 2 people that involves any kind of closeness or mutual affection o Friendship vs. Love o Friendship is not usually exclusive as love o Friendship doesnt have the same a...

Sociology
SOC-1110
kristenivey
SOC 1110 Lecture 1: variations

Variations: any family form that is not a nuclear family unit Childfreewomen who make the voluntary decision not to have children Childlesspeople not having children for infertility reasons DINKScouples with high incomes, ...

Sociology
SOC-1110
kristenivey
SOC 3340 Lecture 8: SOC section 1.8 notes
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Gangs and Delinquency Classical gang research Cohens middle class measuring rod Theorized there was a difference in the values taught to lowerworking class kids vs middle class kids Lower class values: Behavior should b...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 7: SOC section 1.7 notes
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Theory Integration So far, most of out theories have been considered separately In the past, nearly all criminological theory has focused on theory competition Good reason to try and integrate theory No one theory explai...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 6: SOC section 1.6 notes
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Social Disorganization Theory (spatial theories of crime) Shaw Mckay Ecological approach in sociology Burgess and concentric zone theory Using the zones as a backdrop, asked three questions: What physical and social c...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 5: SOC notes section 1.5
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Anomie and Strain Theories Emile Durkhiem: the division of labor in society Anomie is normlessness At the macrolevel (societycountryculture): Characteristic of Society State of Society Outcomes Internal consensus, consi...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 4: SOC notes section 1.4
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Labeling Theory Assumptions Law reflects conflict Behavior is relative Delinquency is motivated Roots of labeling: symbolic interaction Social situation refine behaviors, enact behaviors, reaction to our behaviors, in...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 2: SOC section 1.2 notes
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Social Control Theory Model of law: consensus The law reflects the values of society Behavior is not relative Impulses toward crime are natural (not motivated) We are all born with the capacity to commit crime So why d...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 3: SOC section 1.3 notes
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Self Control Theory Assumptions (same as social control) single moral order behavior is not relative impulses towards crimes are natural (not motivated) Theory building: Topdown Develop a theory, observe behavior and ...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC 3340 Lecture 1: SOC section 1 notes
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- Why Study Criminology? •Criminal activity is a serious social problem with numerous consequences - Property crime costs US citizens approximately $24 billion per year - Violent crime results in pain, emotional sufferin...

Sociology
SOC-3340
Kenneth Sanchagrin
SOC-3360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Juvenile Court
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Police and the JuvenilesPOLICE-JUVENILE RELATIONS  Juveniles’ attitudes towards the police are formed in a larger sociocultural context:o Most youths appear to have positive attitudes toward the police.o Younger juveni...

Sociology
SOC-3360
Edward Pardue
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
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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
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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
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