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SOC 151 Lecture 1: Chaper 1 Notes
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SOC - Sociology
Course Code
SOC 151
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Hilario Molina

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Meghan Quinn 9012017 Lecture 1 Chapter One Objective Identify social changes by sociologist Society The Global Age o Globalization o McDonaldization What makes sociology unique Sociology versus Common Sense Changes and Sociologists What is sociology o The study of how, why people are affected by the social structure. (This is the system of power) ****THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT**** Reality Social construction of reality o Agents of society, e.g., family Macromicro relationships Globalization Society o Relationships bounded by Space and persists overtime Social Processes o Norms and values at the global level Changes in the social world o Social structure of time FeudalSystems a peasant or worker known as a vassal received a piece of land in return for serving a lord or king, especially during times of war.
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