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3 perspectives
Conflict, Functional, Symbolic
Conflict
the way society reacts in conflict for resources
Functional
if one organization is weak, it weakens others
Symbolic
construct reality using symbols (tell someone they are stupid of ugly enough and they believe you)
Max Weber
"protestant ethic & Theory of Capitalism"
-religion is central force in social change
W.E.B. Du Bois
broke race relations wrote graphically about race problems
Jane Addams
started one of the first poor houses here (chicago)
basic sociology
pure research
applied socialogy
how do we break the cycle
Functional Analysis
society is a whole unit made up of interrelated parts that work together.
Robert Merton
functional and dysfunctional (the migrant workers, do a lot o work here, bring a lot of problems.)
culturization
how we integrate into and take on teh culture around us.
cultural relativeism
understand culture ontheir own terms.
Sapir-Whorf
language shapes perception (e russian sailor lost in system and thought as crazy)
subculture
a world within the dominant culture
countercultures
groups with norms and values at odds with the dominant culture
religiosity
practicing religion at a superficial level.
Chapter 3
enculturation
taking in the culture so it becomes part of who you are
Feral children
children isolated for a long time (have a hard time) elephants killing rhinos)
Cooley
looking glass(imagine how we appear to others "I'm so hot", interpret others reactions, and develop a self-concept
Meade
Role taking
-Imitation pick stuff up from others,
-play being superheros
Piaget
Development of reasoning
-pick up different things at different ages.
id
natural drives
superego
conscience
ego
maintains balance
total institutions
prisons, boot camp, degredation ceremony\
group
people who interact
types of leaders
Intrumental-very task oriented
Expression-emotional leaders/lead by motiveations instead of delegation
Thomas theorum
if people define situationas real it is and there are consequences (doesn't matter if they are true or not)