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life as a role in a play - always imitating
dramaturgy
common sense understandings that are turned around to confuse others ex. standing backwards in an elevator
ethnomethodology
aggregation of people who regularly interact and have something in common
social groups
how people are related to one another - ex. breakfast club the inner and outer groups
dyrad and tyrad
holding an intimate relationship with someone ex. friendship
primary
interacting on some level with some relationship but not as intimate ex. team
secondary
groups with formal norms which persist beyond the participation of particular members who have defined statuses and roless
organizations
a threat to make someone do something
coercive
getting someone to do something through the means of a rewaard
utilitarian
getting one to do something for complete satisfaction only
normative
heirarchial arrangemenbt of offices, division of labor, written rules, written communications and records along with impersonality
bureaucracies
efficient, calculability, predictability, control, irrationality of rationality
mcdonaldization (George Ritzer)
the process of leanring and becoming who we are
identity
the process of learning how to fill the statuses and roles that we have
conformity
human behavior based upon instinct
nature
human behavior as a result of learning and reacting to the enviornment
nurture
learning to occupy a status and role
Role Taking - Herbert Mead
bio physical distinctions, primary and secondary characteristics
sex
socio-cultural distinctions, sex appropriate behavior and attitudes
gender
family, school, religion, peers, media
agents of socialization
learning new roles and rules associated within a new social setting
resocialization
acts that are considered not good
deviance
people who commit these not good acts
deviants
when someone struggles internally to do the right thing with conscious and with outer pressure from parents
conflict theory
social construction of deviance - how it is seen towards other people - possibly labeled a deviant - primary and secondary labeling
symbolic interactionalism
people who teach deviance - not just invented, must be learned
diffrential association
form of adaptation to which people feel like their life of following the NORM way gets them nowhere so they do acts of deviance
strain theory
cheater in strain theory - takes steriods etc
innovator
someone who would do anything to fulfil the norm
ritualist
someone who tries to do the norm but cannot bring themselves to do it
retreatist
person who compltely goes against the strain theory - ex. fat is fabulous
rebel
punishment of restitution and revengen (eye for an eye)
retribution
punishment by creating fear among people who may deviate
deterrence
resocialization punishment of offenders into conformity
rehabilitation
remove offenders from circulation - punishment
incapacity
to treat deviant behavior as a medical problem - people who break society's rules must be "sick"
medicalization of deviance
assimilation, intolerance, defined groups
heirarchial
identity based on how much diversity and tolerance and equality
pluralistic