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SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Darwinism, Conflict Theories
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Week 1 Part 1 1. Sociology is the study of life and social changes and social causes and consequence cause by human behavior 2. Sociology study is a continuous and neverending process 3. Three areas of emphasis 4. Sociolog...

Sociology
SOC 101
Dr. Diane Sicotte
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Farjana
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To: Congress of the United States From: Farjana Nipa Subject: Historic changes in the U.S family Date: April 26, 2018 I would like to inform you of the changes among the U.S family throughout history. I researched on some ...

Sociology
SOC 101
Dr. Diane Sicotte
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Participatory Democracy, Farjana, Direct Democracy
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Farjana Nipa Professor Dr. Diane Sicotte SOC 101001 May 30 , 2018 MAJOR POINTS: Giddens, Ch. 13: What is the difference between participatory democracy and direct democracy? Participatory democracy exists when decisions ar...

Sociology
SOC 101
Dr. Diane Sicotte
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: World-Systems Theory, Farjana, Modernization Theory
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Farjana Nipa Professor Dr. Diane Sicotte Soc101001 May 17th, 2018 Major Points For Class Discussion 3 Chapter 8 How are caste systems different from class systems? The differences between caste and class system are caste s...

Sociology
SOC 101
Dr. Diane Sicotte
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Farjana, Family Therapy, Sexting
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Farjana Nipa Professor Dr. Diane Sicotte SOC101001 May 2nd, 2018 Major Points for Discussion Giddens, ch 15 How have family patterns changed in countries outside the U.S.? Changes in family pattern has occur worldwide but ...

Sociology
SOC 101
Dr. Diane Sicotte
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jargon, Total Institution, George Herbert Mead
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10/8/14: What is Culture? Concept of culture has evolved and expanded throughout history Material vs Non-Material Culture Culture is shared/learned Collectively experienced and agreed upon Culture is learned Taken for gra...

Sociology
SOC 101
Rachel A Wildfeuer
SOC 101 Lecture 1: Soc 101 Class 1

Sociology: 10/1/14: For cities- Central zone high rates of- poverty, metal illness, suicides, crime, pop. turnover. As people get away from the central zone of the city the statistics for these start to drop Formal soc...

Sociology
SOC 101
Rachel A Wildfeuer
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Conflict Theories, Social Order, Religious Education In Primary And Secondary Education

Theoretical Frameworks in Sociology  Theory o Used to interpret life (even lay people use it implicitly)  Organizes empirical observations  Produces logically related...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Sociological Imagination, Mass Media, W. M. Keck Observatory

The sociological imagination  The sociological imagination is the ability to see the social patterns that influence individual and group life  Suicide o What caused the individual to kill him...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Conspicuous Consumption, Economic Rationalism, Florian Znaniecki

 The development of sociology o Sociology as a social product – influenced by social and historical conditions o Emerged in Europe in the 18 ad 19 centuries  Monarchy disappearin...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture 4: Research methods

Research Methods Research methods are standard rules that social scientists follow when trying to establish a casual relationship between social elements oQuantitative methods seek to obtain information about the social wo...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Change, Informal Social Control, Homeostasis

Functionalism  Based on two emphases: o Application of scientific method to objective social world o Analogy between individual organism and society  Scientific method o Assumes ...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Erving Goffman, Pragmatism, Symbolic Interactionism

Symbolic interactionism  Roots in Max Weber and George Herbert Mead who emphasized: o Subjective meaning of behavior o Social process o Pragmatism  Focus on subjective aspects of...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Capital, Social Capital

Introduction to sociology  Imagine that you had been switched with another infant at birth. How different would your life be? Say born into a lower socioeconomic class o A lot of “things” that we ta...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Media Studies, Consumerism, Great Power

Culture  What is culture? o Culture can be loosely defined as a set of beliefs, traditions, and practices o Culture includes things like: the way we speak, the food we eat, the ...

Sociology
SOC 101
Mc Clure Peggy
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Business Communication, Human Communication, Jargon

Communication Success 2 Communication Success 3 permacharts TM ...

Business Administration
BUS 343
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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
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
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