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SOC 808- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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SOC 808
Mustafa Koc

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[SOC 808] Comprehensive fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at SOC 808 - Wednesday September 13 - Week 1 Structure vs Agency • Structure refer to preexisting arrangements that influence our behaviour, agency refer to choices individuals make • Social structures that influence eating behaviour -Social class -Religion -Ethnicity -Age -Health -Gender Sociological Imaginations: C.Wright Mills • The ability to see the relationships between individual experience and larger society. It enables us to of beyond personal experiences and observations to understand public issues Sociological Perspective: Peter Burger • Allows us to -see the general in particular -see the strange in the familiar *Test questions three examples of general in particular • “Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you who you are “ -You lifestyle -Where you live -Religion Why is the social context important? Allows us to see: • “Who owns and and controls land, water, food, who goes hungry, who eats junk food an tell you a lot about patterns of social inequalities in the society • Unique social patters such as the “modern food systems looks at food as a commodity, a good that can be bought and sold in the market place not a a basic human right” • The complex social and economic interrelations and historical tendencies in the food system *Test questions: Friedemann talks about social context which of the following does she mention a,b,c, or all of the above find more resources at
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