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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Secondary Sex Characteristic, Gender Role, Gender Identity

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Gender inequality: the contemporary women"s rights movement began in the late 1960"s. Boys generally acquire deeper voices, more body hair, and more mu
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sociological Perspectives, Social Inequality, Eating Disorder

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SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: White-Collar Crime, National Crime Victimization Survey, Motor Vehicle Theft

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This de nition reminds us that some harmful behaviors, such as white- collar crime, may not be considered deviant and fail to result in severe legal pu
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gunnar Myrdal, An American Dilemma, Authoritarian Personality

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The dilemma referred to by the book"s title was the con ict between the american democratic ideals of egalitarianism and liberty and justice for all an
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: High School Dropouts, Compulsory Education, Hidden Curriculum

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11. 1 an overview of education in the united states. Education is the social institution through which a society teaches its members the skills, knowle
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Heterosexism, Eleanor Roosevelt

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Our best evidence of the number of gays in the u. s. comes from anonymous surveys. But other studies don"t nd a difference: a third line of biological
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Tertiary Sector Of The Economy, Secondary Sector Of The Economy, Capital Flight

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Types of economic systems: capitalism and socialism. Capitalism: capitalism is an economic system in which the means of production are privately owned.
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Marihuana Tax Act Of 1937, Harrison Narcotics Tax Act, Prescription Drug

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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Birth Rate, Zero Population Growth, Total Fertility Rate

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Functionalism: population and the environment a ect each other. Normal population growth is essential for any society, but population growth that is to
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Abortion-Rights Movements, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Premarital Sex

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Abstinence-plus approach: curriculum that urges students to wait to have sex but it also teaches them about birth control and condoms. Heterosexuality
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ageism, Working Poor, Homicide

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The u. s. spends much more money than it needs to because of the consequences of poverty. Poor people experience worse health, family problems, higher
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UMASS-AMHERSTSOCIOL 103AllFall

SOCIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, African-American Culture, Health Equity

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13. 1 sociological perspectives on health and health care. Health refers to the extent of a person"s physical, mental, and social well-being. As this d
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