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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Integral Membrane Protein, Alpha Helix, Cell Membrane

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Extracellular signal is amplified within the cell via a signaling cascade. Paracrine: diffusion of first messengers over short distance between cells.
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

EXAM 3 NOTES

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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Self-Image, Major Crimes, Belongingness

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Five types of social interaction: exchange when individuals interact, they do so with the intent of receiving a reward, either extrinsic or intrinsic,
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Individualism, Endogamy, Polytheism

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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ethnocentrism, Macrosociology, Incest

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LSUSOCL 2001AllWinter

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nuclear Family, Group Marriage, Social Reproduction

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Consanguineous attachments- what are blood relations referred that are derived from the. Fictive kin- who are people that are so close to members of th
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LSUSOCL 2001AllWinter

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cultural Relativism, Impression Management, Participant Observation

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The sociological imagination: sociology- the scientific study of human society (groups- two or more people). Attempt to apply the scientific study to h
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LSUSOCL 2001AllWinter

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Broken Windows Theory, Fellatio, Georg Simmel

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Simmel: dyad-group of two, most intimate form of social life, mutually dependent. If one member leaves the group ends: triad-group of three or more. Wh
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Total Institution, Soltyrei, Tertius Of Iconium

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Social groups form the building blocks for society and for most social interaction. If one member leaves the group, the group ceases to exist. When a t
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LSUSOCL 2001AllWinter

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Numeracy, Stereotype Threat, Predictive Power

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Goddard argued that immigrants were lesser than native born americans due to: nativism gained social support during this period (19th century into earl
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Class Conflict, Social Inequality, Cultural Relativism

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Attempts to apply the scientific method on human behavior. The function of sociology, as of every science, is to reveal that which is hidden. Sociologi
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LSUSOCL 2001AllFall

SOCL 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nuclear Family, Educational Inequality, Primordialism

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A set of people who share a set of characteristics usually physical ones and are. Race said to share a common bloodline. Is the belief that members of
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