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  • Soc 204
    I. Introduction to the Sociological Study of the Family [lecture] A. What is sociology? What factors led to the development of sociology? B. Describe the sociological style of thinking and analysis: 1. C. Wright Mills -- the sociological imagination. 2. Peter Berger -- sociology as a...
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  • Sociology 1020
    Feminist Theories - Focus on women and gender - More activist: raises consciousness - Interdisciplinary taking leadership roles - Accept a broader range of approach to research - Mix different sociological approaches MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS One of the major concerns...
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  • Sample Module
    through to be a catalyst of change. Specifically, this will focus on the following: a. Social Differentiation and Stratification; b. Global and Gender Stratification; c. Racial and Ethnic Differentiation; and d. Aging and the Elderly. II. What do you expect to gain from the lesson...
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    Understand Marriages and Families Free Write: A. Ask/write a question about any marriage and family behavior of interest to you. B. Develop a “minitheory” to explain the behavior or event. C. What are some of the assumptions you make about human beings, society, marriages, families, women and men...
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  • Sociology 101 Notes Post Midterm
    October 17, 2011 Chapter 9 Race The Myth of Race * Race can be defined as a group of people who share a set of characteristics – usually physical ones – that share a common bloodline * Race is a sociological category based off of supposed biological differences * Racism is a belief that...
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  • Gay Marriage
    more or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protections of laws.” (Constitution, 13)...
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  • 1950's Show vs New Tv Show
    1. Describe the 1950s show you watched. What happened during the program? Who were the main characters? Describe the characters and the type of lives they lived. Describe their race/ethnic background, age and gender (all of these as best you can tell). Carnation is a comedy show in 1950s hosted by...
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  • Influences of Feminism and Class on Raymond Carver’s Short Stories
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  • Level 2 Equality and Diversity Assessment1
    Diversity means difference. Diversity means that although people have things in common with each other, they are also different in many ways. Diversity is about recognising and valuing the differences between people. Diversity can be factors that you can see such as age, physical appearance, gender, personality...
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  • Theoretical Approaches to Domestic Violence
    different perspectives. For example, approaches by Gelles and Straus, who have many essays and research on violence against women, sometimes support the class analysis perspective and sometimes the liberal perspective. Thus, classification of the literature about male violence to females and the definition...
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  • Equality and Diversity Unit 1 Assignment
    understanding of diversity is that that we should acknowledge the differences in peoples, beliefs, age, gender, interests and identities but also to recognise that people are also different and individual, even within these groups. 2. Describe the community you live in. Highlight some of the variations...
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  • Sociology
     Lesson 1 THE ORIGINS OF SOCIOLOGY Sociology is the scientific study of human social life, groups and societies. There was no sociology as a distinct discipline before the advent of 19th century. As a distinct discipline it emerged about the middle of the 19th century when European social observers...
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    acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual is unique and recognising our individual differences. These may include race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, class, age, disabilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs or other ideologies. These dimensions give individual’s...
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  • Karl Marx
    dominated and which then attempt to describe that domination and address it. A critical theory provides a basis for research and attempts to challenge people's typical and traditional ways of thinking. This term is used to address recent thinking related to gender, race and sexuality in particular. Why...
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  • Managing Generation
     \ Part One:  REVIEW from readings Describe the Silent Generation. What social, economic, and political issues affected this generation? The Silent Generation is a generation of people born in the United States between roughly 1923 and the early 1940s.Tthis generation people are also known as...
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  • Sociology
    strange in the familiar This perspective also encourages us to realize that society guides our thoughts and deeds. C. Seeing society in our everyday choices Emile Durkheim’s research showed that the suicide rate was strongly influenced by the extent to which people were socially integrated with others....
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  • Anthropology (the Trobrianders)
    define as kin.” Describe the a) economic; b) political/power, c) moral obligations kin have toward one another in this society. Since the Trobriand society follows a strict belief in matrilineage, the relationship between the mother and her family as well as the father and his family is very important...
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  • essay
    GCSE SOCIOLOGY UNIT 1 REVISION BOOKLET Studying Society The Family Education CONTENTS STUDYING SOCIETY..................................................................................... 2
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  • course notes
    control one’s own life or the lives of others’. Class Age Gender Ethnicity Sexuality Daniel Josephs Sociology Semester 2 2011 Lecture 2: Sociological history and theory (Modernizing) Modernism: A set of artistic practices Modernity: The key sociological category to describe the condition...
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