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Sociology
study of humans in social enviroment
social sciences
1) anthropology
2) economics
3) psychology
4) political science
5) history
ethnocentrism
characterized by or based on the attitude that one's own group is superior
folkways
not of great social or moral importance, common customs of everyday life
mores
the fixed morally binding customs of a particular group
cultural diffusion
diff cultures influencing on one another and getting traits of one another
culure
the enviroment you live in.. home & society
subculture
smaller cultures of a communitee... asian, irish, scootish
counter culture
a culture with values and mores that run counter to those of established society
symbol
symbol used to communicate
conflict perspective
the view of the conflict... fight
interactionist perspective
fighting, teamwork, competition b/t teamates, fans, leadership
interactionist perspective
bad things
functionalist perspective
good things
latent functions
bad things that happen
manifest function
shown functions.. obvious
survival of the fittest
the richer you are the better you'll make up.. it's hard to move up the social ladder
socilization
to particiapte activily in a small group
4 agents of socialization
school, peers, family, mass media
media in soc.
influence the kids to do what's "cool"... how to dress/look
peers
influence how kids hang out and what they do while they are
family
determine morals of how person will act to others
nature
how you were born/ just the way you are... hair/eyes/skin
nurture
personality is indiviual b/c of experiences/enviroment
personality
how a person acts to others
norms
what society expects... normal
values
what is important in your soc
cultural shock
diff society than your own
isolation on personality effects
baby left alone when younger probly will be shier than a child that was always the center of attention
effects of heridity, birth order, parental characteristics and cultural enviroment
heridity: how you look.. being pretty can get you a lot
birth order: how siblings treat you.. level of resp.
parents: they yell.. you yell
cultural envir: peaceful.. less scared... hard beginning life harder
capitalism vs. socialism
cap: what you do b/c of you
soc: what you do b/c soc
the war on poverty
issued by JOhnson 1964-1968- get rid of poverty after kenn... still have pov today
poverty
min income needed to live
genocide
the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group
minority groups
a part of a population differing from others in some characteristics and often subjected to differential treatment
gov. subsides
gov fall backs
medicaid
a program of medical aid designed for those unable to afford regular medical service and financed by the state and federal governments
life expetancy
lower in pooer class.. can't afford health, less housing, lack of nutrition
race
a class or kind of people unified by community of interests, habits, or characteristics <the English race>
ethnicity
ethnic quality or affiliation
social stratification
social division
endogamy
marriage within a specific group as required by custom or la
discrimination
the process by which two stimuli differing in some aspect are responded to differently
proletariat
the lowest social or economic class of a community
bourgeoisie
middle class
prestige
commanding position in people's minds
assets vs. income
assets: the entire property of a person, association, corporation, or estate applicable or subject to the payment of debts
income: how much a person makes in his/her job
upper class
rich people, get everything they want... have life a lot easier than other people
upper middle
easy good life... get a lot.. just not as much as the upperclass
lower middle
average people are... make money to survive and be happy with extra things but not as much as upper middle
working poor
enough money to havea home and take care of themselves.. maybe not as comfortably as they wanted
poverty
have just enough money to survive... but with bad health and shorter lives
under class
barely surviving, dont have ahome... street people
old $ new $
new money + lower currency
aptitude
natural ability
social class
class people are born into... upper middle low.... 6 of them
vertical mobility
people can move up or down the social ladder (maybe not easily)
intergenerational mobility
move away from what parents do... go to college
blue collar job v.s white color job
b= less money
w= important
sterotypes
a standardized mental picture that is held in common by members of a group and that represents an oversimplified opinion, prejudiced attitude, or uncritical judgment
ce qui et ce que
use when u want to talk about something that has not been identified... what.. never refer to a personput it at beginning of sentence then use ce sont ou c'est
medicare is considered a
right
doctor's offices are located
in their homes
le corps
body
la tete
head
la figure/ le visage
face
la figure/ le visage
face
les cheveux
hair
l'oeil les yeux
eye
l'oreille
ear
le nez
nose
la boche
mouth
la langue
tongue
la dent
tooth
le bras
arm
la main
hand
le doigt
finger
la jambe
leg
le pied
foot
cou
neck
le coeur
heart
dos
back
le sang
blood
le sourcil
eyebrow
la joue
cheek
le front
forehead
le menton
chin
le derriere
butt
l'esomac/ le ventre
stomach
l'epaule
shoulder
la poitrine
chest
le genou
knee
l'ongle
fingernail
les cils
eyelash
la moustache
moustache
la barbe
beard
les levres
lips
les levres
lips
le pouce
thumb/bigtoe
le coude
elbow
la gorge
throat
le poignet
waist
la cheville
ankle
le poing
fist
casser
break
faire une piqure
give shot
un mouchoir
tissue
eternuer
sneeze
tousser
cough
un pansement
wrapping
se bruler
burn
avoir mal au coeur
to feel nauseated
se sentir
to feel
grave
serious
en avoir marre de
to be fed up with
tomber malade
to get sick
tellement
so much
meme
even
la grippe
flu
attraper
to catch
un comprime
pills
une ordonnance
medical note
des mouchoirs en papier
tissue paper
une pharmacie/unepharmacienne/unpharmacien
pharmacy and employees
un fleuriste/une fleuriste
flouristes
un oeillet une marguerite
cardnation et daisy
le conseil
piece of advice
prendrais
would take
la peau
skin
mat
dark skin
clair
dark skin
bronze
tanned
fonce
dark colors
vif
bright colors
la sante
health
se soigner
take care of
le regime
diet
rever
dream about
the conditional
to express what would have happened if certain conditions existed, or to tell what we might do
aimer with conditionnel
aimerais
aimerais
aimerait
aimerions
aimeriez
aimeraient
aller
ir
avoir
aur
devoir
devr
etre
ser