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U OF SSOC 214tony zhangSpring

SOC 214 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Canada, Substance Abuse, Positivism

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Chapter 1 text: determining deviance: questioning legitimacy of government, law, systems: there is still right and wrong that cannot (cid:271)e justifi
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U OF SSOC 111Leslie EhrlichWinter

SOC 111- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 49 pages long!)

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The systematic study of human social groups and their interactions. A view of society based on the dynamic relationships between individuals and the la
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U OF SSOC 112Susan RobertsonSpring

SOC 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Inequality, Feral Child, Snowball Sampling

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U OF SSOC 112Kara SomervilleWinter

SOC 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Symbolic Interactionism, Conflict Theories, Racialization

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Functionalism- created by emile durkheim, society is interconnected and works together to maintain balance and a social equilibrium. Conflict theory- u
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U OF SSOC 112Kara SomervilleWinter

SOC 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Philip Zimbardo, Academic Integrity, Population Ageing

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5 defining features: learned shared transmitted cumulative human. Cultural variation: high culture, popular culture, conspicuous culture. Apply theorie
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U OF SSOC 112Kara SomervilleWinter

SOC 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Long-Term Care, Spose, Social Reproduction

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Conflict theory: unequal distribution of scarce resources and power. Structural functionalism: how societies systems work together and properly. Symbol
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U OF SSOC 260Philip LeeWinter

SOC 260 Study Guide - Final Guide: Global Justice Movement, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity, Martha Nussbaum

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Social change development of social structures, wide scale/long term changes in how we think and interact, currently shifting from community to larger
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U OF SSOC 260Philip LeeWinter

SOC 260 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Change, Glocalization, Antimilitarism

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Soc 260 required readings highlight notes (midterm material) American social trends , harper and leicht: social change can be thought of in the followi
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U OF SSOC 111Mowat VictoriaWinter

SOC 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Caste System In India, Petite Bourgeoisie, Saskatoon Freezing Deaths

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Sociology chapters 7, 9, 10, 6, and 15. Low income cut-off (lico): amount of $ spent on necessities. Low income measure (lim): half of the median incom
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U OF SSOC 112AllWinter

SOC 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dependency Theory, Institutional Racism, Modernization Theory

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Structural functionalism - systems or sub systems that need to work together and that if one docent ll its parts it can throw off the others parts. Con
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U OF SSOC 111Susan RobertsonFall

SOC 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: George Herbert Mead, The Sociological Imagination, Symbolic Interactionism

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Is the systematic study of human groups and their interactions. To understand the beauty of sociology is to appreciate its distinctive view of the soci
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U OF SSOC 232John GoyderFall

SOC 232 Study Guide - Final Guide: Alvin Toffler, Lewis Mumford, Wiebe Bijker

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Names and terms you should recognize and know at least a little bit about: It is our destiny to be technology users . Lament for a nation us is the qui
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