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What are petper bergers three ideas?
debunking, unrespectability, and relativization
the search for patterns
inductive thinking
the application of patterns
deductive thinking
humans have free will
agency
what are the three criteria for causation?
chronology, connection, and spuriousness
the refinement and specification of abstract terms
conceptualization
development of procedures for observing and defining behaviors
operationalization
the discovery of a new piece of knowloedge
externalization
the fact takes on a life of its own
objectivization
what are the three arts of the social construction of reality?
externalization, objectivization, internalization
unique set of traits, behaviors, and values
self
a named position
status
set of rules and expectations
role
a network of roles interacting
group
a group of persons connected by kindship
family
family you come from
origin
family you form
procreation
people bring resources to a marriage
equity theory
marry someone who looks like you
homogomy
what are the three types of property in families?
erotic, generational, and household
what are the two relams of religion?
sacred and profane
more and more of life is coming out from udner religious control
secularization
reclaimed authority for religion over a culture that has strayed from its moorings
fundamentalism
we have rights within society
citizenship
what are the three kinds of rights?
civil, political, and social
who believes that power is widewpread among competing interest groups?
pluralists
solidarity based on common experience, like-mindedness
nechanical solidarity
solidarity based on difference, exchange and complexity
organic solidarity
beliefs about the way the world should be
values
socially approve of means for pursuing goals
norms