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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Anomie, Class Consciousness, Social Darwinism

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Describe the early contributions of social philosophers and their relevance to classical sociological theory. Review and critique functionalism and the
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Auguste Comte, Symbolic Interactionism, Ascribed Status

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Describe and provide personal re ections about c. w mills" concept of the sociological. Explain peter berger"s use of the terms general, particular, st
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

SOC101 Chapter 1-5,7-10,14,17,20,23,24: textbook notes chapter 1-5,7-10,14,17,20,23,24.pdf

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC 101 Chapter 3: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 2 (ONLINE Week 2): Contemporary Social Theories (Ravelli and Webber)

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Describe antonio gramsci"s marxist concept of hegemony. Outline 2nd & 3rd wave feminist thinking using the examples of dorothy smith and bell hooks. Ex
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC 101 Chapter 4: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 2 (ONLINE Week 2): Research, Methodology, and Ethics (Ravelli and Webber)

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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: George Herbert Mead, Qualitative Sociology, Queer Theory

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Sociologist studies society government, education, religion, issues; gender, religion, groups. Sociology is the systematic study of human groups and th
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC 101 Chapter 6: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 4 (ONLINE Week 4): Socialization (Ravelli and Webber)

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UWSOC101Patrick LalondeFall

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Misogyny, Sexual Sterilization Act Of Alberta, Essentialism

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Deviance: straying from the norm or the usual. Overt characteristics: the actions or qualities taken as explicitly violating the cultural norm. Covert
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Cave Painting, Canadian Content, Marshall Mcluhan

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UWSOC101Jennifer SchulenbergFall

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Ann Oakley, Masculinity, Occupational Segregation

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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Textbook notes

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Antonio gramsci: everyone is a social theory: uses intellect to explain society. C. wright mills: connect personal problems with larger societal forces
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

SOC 101 Chapter 1-4, 6, 14: Definitions

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Sociological perspective a view of society based on the dynamic relationships between individuals and the larger social network in which we all live. P
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