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Sociology and Social Disorganization Social

By kimberlynerynery Jun 18, 2013 976 Words
Society, Culture and Information Technology
AY 2012 – 2013
Main Topics|
Society|
Social Problems|
Society and Poverty|
Unemployment and Underemployment|
Prostitution|
HIV/AIDS|
PRELIMINARY EXAM|
Drug Abuse|
Crime|
Pollution|
Graft and Corruption|
MIDTERM EXAM|
Culture|
Family Planning|
Courtship|
Marriage|
PREFINAL EXAM|
Technotopia|
History of Info Tech and the Internet|
Social and Political Promise and the Risk of a Wired & Wireless World/ Culture & Cyberspace| |
FINAL EXAM|

Classroom Conduct and Grading System|
1. Attendance * Seat plan: Each student must find their own permanent seat for entire semester. Attendance will be checked according to their seat plans. * Checking of attendance: Before the class will start * Late: 15 minutes after the class starts (ex. 9:00 Class Starts – 9:16 Late) * Absent: 30 minutes after the class starts ( 9:31 absent)| 2. Wearing of School Uniform * No complete school uniform (ID, Uniform, Shoes) No entry! * You cannot attend the class; you’ll be forwarded to Sir Eugene.| 3. Section Head * Every subject must have a section head (elected, chosen by their classmates) * Responsibilities: * Keeping of records or supplementary notes * Dissemination of announcements * Spokesperson of the class| 4. Trivia Game * Additional learning tool that can give more knowledge about the subject * The instructor will give a trivia about the topic and the student must also present their own trivia * One or two volunteer| 5. Grading and Points * Oral Participation: * Everyone will be given a chance to talk * Instructor will randomly pick a card (index card with student’s name) * Those who will volunteer will also be recognized * One can use any form of language like English, Filipino or Bisaya * Quizzes: * Quizzes will be given right after a session (one week) * Long quizzes are all announced * Surprise short quizzes will also be given if necessary * Exams: * Schedule: Instructor will follow the College schedule of exams * Special exams will be given to those who actually give valid reason (Ex. Death, Medical Condition – documents should be provided)| 6. Passed or Failed Policy * An order was given by Ched that there will be no longer INC grades – just a Pass or Fail remarks * One must comply all requirements before the deadline or else a 0 (zero) will be given to the corresponding item. * Ex. You have not taken The Prelim Exam due to unreasonable cause – 0 (zero) will automatically reflect on your Exam. | |

Society and Social Problems
Conflict Perspectives
Social Disorganization
Social Pathology
Earliest Perspectives
Characteristics
Types of Society
Types of Problems
Part 1 : Basic Concepts |
Sociology:| A scientific study of human society and how these societies affect people who maintain them | | * Latin word: Socius = companion and Greek word: Logos = Study| | * This tackles about social relationships, social institutions and relationships | Society:| An autonomous group of people who occupy a common territory and participate on a common culture| Culture:| People’s entire design of living. It is a way of life among members of the society * Language, norms, values, artefacts| Information Technology:| Concerned with information – its representation structure and organization, processing, transmissionThe technologies implementing those activities – computers, networks, software, search engines, data encryption processes and so on.| Family Planning:| Responsible parenthood and characterized by proper childbirth spacing, birth control and child rearing| Part 2 : Society|

| * Living on the same geographical area with same culture * Sharing the same language (important tool in relating with other people) * Sharing the same values (belief system, ethical and moral standards) * Sharing the same norms (concepts of normal and acceptable behaviour)| Types of Societies:| 1. Pre-industrial – utilizes human labor & animals as a source of economic activities 2. Pastoral – relies on domesticated herd of animals for food needs. moving from one pasture to another 3. Horticultural – utilizes a level of technology (some tools) for land cultivation. Also, they use slash – and - burn method to raise crops (kaingin system) 4. Agricultural – much technological advances were being applied to cultivate large area of land for crop cultivation and raising of animals 5. Feudal – this from of society is based on land ownership. There is a landlord – peasant relationship in which today, due to landowners’ need for military protection, there is an exploitation among peasants. 6. Post-industrial – domination by information, services and high technology more than just production of goods 7. Western – ideas, politics and culture are often adapted from Westerners. 8. Information – the world of this society revolves on computers, telecommunications and highly advance technologies. Emergence of new social forms has emerged – so called cyberspace| Part 3: Social Problems|

Definition:| social conditions identified by scientific inquiry and values as detrimental to human well-being.| Types of Problems:| 1. Personal Problem – only you or few immediate people are affected 2. Public Problem – everyone in the society are affected | Social Imagination:| By C. Wright Mills * The personal problem can actually affect the societal structure * Personal to public problem process * Ex. Financial problem | Earliest Perspectives:| 1. Social Pathology – “The Organism” * If a part of the working organism is malfunctioning in which affects the stability of the society one must be excluded * Ex. Criminal – imprisonment 2. Social Disorganization – “Rules & Expectation” * A society is regulated by rules and expectation * rules and expectation = meet = STABLE * rules and expectation = not meet = CHAOS * normlessness * culture conflict * breakdown * strengthening of rules & expectations (remaking/revisions) 3. Conflict Perspectives – “Power Differential” * Differences of power among people within a society creates chaos * The problem of haves and have not| Four Stages of Social Problems:| * Problem Definition – publicized by media * Legitimacy – involves the political authorities * Reemerging demands – discontentment leads to escalation of the demands * Rejection & Institution Building – groups and organizations will be formed | Characteristics of Social Problems:| 1. Relative * The existence of a particular problem is relative * Most social problems are interrelated and intertwined 2. Dynamic * Social problems differ in their life span * It is usually complex and not simple as many people think| Also,| Social problems can be categorizedSocial problems are normal consequences of the excesses of the societal values and practices|

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