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ISUSOC 134Krier DanielFall

SOC 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Workplace Democracy, Advanced Capitalism, Natural Capital

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Weekly earnings for private production and nonsupervisory employees went from per week to (1947) 1947-1979 bottom 1/5 income families increased 122%.
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Glass Ceiling, Cultural Lag, Deodorant

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Ex: appearence, activities, social institutions(family, law, religion) and customary. Ex: language, beliefs, values, rules of behaviors, family pattern
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Hidden Curriculum, Sociological Perspectives, Symbolic Interactionism

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Both socializing institutions -grapple w/ issues of societal stability and social change. 1)sociology of education: examines formal education or school
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Differential Association, Status Offense, Ritualism In The Church Of England

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Social control mechanisms may be internal or external. Deviance: any behavior, belief, or condition that violates significant social ors in the society
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Exogamy, Endogamy, Social Inequality

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Polygyny: concurrent marriage of one male w/ 2 or more women. Polyandry: concurrent marriage of one woman w/ 2 or more men. Families: relationships in
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, Sociobiology

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Helps us become aware of ourselves, how to communicate and how other people. 3. 1: why is socialization important around the globe. Socialization: the
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Secondary Sex Characteristic, Social Stratification, Sexual Orientation

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Sexualization: the acts or processes whereby an individual or group is seen as sexual in nature or persons become aware of their sexuality. Sex: the bi
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ascribed Status, Role Theory, Sociological Perspectives

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ISUSOC 134Krier DanielFall

SOC 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Social Justice, Social Inequality, Equal Opportunity

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Social injustice: we believe there is an inequality that is unfair and should/could easily be remedied if our social institutions were different. Socio
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Institutionalized Discrimination, De Jure, Ethnic Group

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Race:a category of people who have been singled out as inferior or superior, often on the basis of real or alleged physical characteristics such as ski
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Irving Janis, Georg Simmel, Groupthink

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Ex: several people waiting for a traffic light to change. Ex: men, women, americans, & victims of sexual/racial assault. Social group: collection of 2
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ISUSOC 110Thornock ToddFall

SOC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: World Bank High-Income Economy, Gini Coefficient, Gross National Income

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Ideal of development has become one of the primary means used in attempts to reduce social. Global stratification: unequal distribution of wealth, powe
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