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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: George Herbert Mead, Herbert Blumer, The Sociological Imagination

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23 Oct 2016
11
The textbook uses narratives to illustrate key points and concepts. U(cid:374)de(cid:396)sta(cid:374)di(cid:374)g a pe(cid:396)so(cid:374)(cid:859)s si
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Patricia Hill Collins, Postcolonialism, Melting Pot

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12 Dec 2016
2
Race: first applied to humans in context to european colonial expansion. Use of term reflects beliefs about biological superiority and inferiority in t
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Constructionism, Racial Profiling, Erving Goffman

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30 Oct 2016
2
Cultural differences in what is deemed deviant - has unfortunate sociological effects when one of cultures is dominant, other is minority in same count
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Rationality, Cuneiform Script, Red Tape

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20 Oct 2016
10
If a status is more complex b/d set of expectations attached is not well established, exchange in conversation may be difficult. Georg simmel - studied
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Jean Baudrillard, Pierre Bourdieu, Stamp Collecting

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25 Oct 2016
5
Int oduction: what we mean by cultu e and why it(cid:859) conte ted. Culture: social system comprising behavior, beliefs, knowledge, practices, values,
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cultural Capital, Ethnocentrism, Cultural Studies

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23 Oct 2016
6
What we mean by culture and why it"s contested. Culture- a system of behaviour, beliefs, knowledge, practices, values, and concrete materials including
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Anomie, Edward Said, Standard-Definition Television

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18 Sep 2016
15
Theory - attempt to explain fact/observed phenomenon. Hypothesis - observation backed up with evidence. Research methodology - system of methods resear
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Discourse Analysis, Critical Theory, Ambivalence

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23 Oct 2016
5
Research methodology: system of methods a researcher uses to gather data on a particular question. Positivist (belief that the methods used to study th
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Herbert J. Gans, Ethnography, Economic History

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3 Oct 2016
34
Narratives - make up important branch of sociological literature. Sociology helps students understand issues facing society. Same-sex marriage legally
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: George Herbert Mead, Edward Thorndike, Cultural Determinism

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2 Oct 2016
9
Area of sociological study bringing discipline close to psychology. Involves learning how to be social person in given society. Brings changes in indiv
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sarcasm, Ethnocentrism, Persian Language

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25 Sep 2016
10
Culture - system of behavior, beliefs, knowledge, practices, values & concrete materials including: Aspects of culture may be contested when becoming i
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SFUSA 150Lindsey FreemanFall

SA 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Dominant Ideology, Stratified Sampling, Classical Marxism

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12 Dec 2016
2
Social inequality is a function of many factors. The long term existence of significant differences in access to goods and services among social groups
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