Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/60

Click to flip

60 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
SOCIOLOGY
THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE
SOCIAL STRUCTURE
PATTERNED RECURRING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
MICROSOCIOLOGY
THE RELATIONSHIP WITHIN GROUPS...THE STUDY OF PEOPLE AS THEY INTERACT IN DAILY LIFE
MACROSOC.
FOCUSES ON GROUPS AS A WHOLE...W/O REGARD TO INTERACTION OF THE PEOPLE
SOCIAL STRUCTURE
PATTERNED RECURRING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION
C WRIGHT MILLS
SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION
THE SET OF MIND THAT ENABLES INDIVIDUALS TO SEE THE RELATIONSHIP BTWN EVENTS IN THEIR PERSONAL LIVES AND EVENTS IN THEIR SOCIETY
THE FOCUS OF SOCIOLOGY IS
PATTERNED INTERACTIONS OF PEOPLE AND SOCIAL STRUCTURES
SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY
AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLAIN SOCIAL LIFE
SCIENTIST...SUICIDE
DURKHEIM
3 TYPES OF SUICIDE
EGOISTIC...NO FRIENDS

ALTRUISTIC...MILITARY

ANOMIC...WHEN EXISTING SOCIAL TIES ARE BROKEN
OBJECTIVITY
SCIENTISTS PREVENT THEIR PERSONAL BIASES FROM INFLUENCING THE INTERPRETATION OF THE RESULTS
VERIFIABILITY
A STUDY CAN BE REPEATED BY OTHER SCIENTISTS
RELIABILITY
A MEASUREMENT TECH MUST YIELD CONSISTENT RESULTS ON REPEATED APPLICATIONS
POPULATION
CONSISTS OF ALL THOSE PEOPLE WITH THE CHARACTERISTICS A RESEARCHER WANTS TO STUDY
SAMPLE
A LIMITED # OF CASES DRAWN FROM THE LARGER POPULATION
VALIDITY
EXISTS WHEN A MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE ACTUALLY MEASURES WHAT IT'S SUPPOSED TO MEASURE
REPLICATION
THE DUPLICATION OF THE SAME STUDY TO ASCERTAIN ITS ACCURACY
CLOSELY LINKED TO RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY
REPLICATION
METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH (LAB)

QUANTITATIVE ( NUMERICAL)

QUALATATIVE (DESCRIPTIVE DATA)
QUANTATATIVE RESEARCH
SURVEY RESEARCH

SERIES OF QUESTIONS, MAILED, CLOSED END QUESTIONS, LIMITED PRE DETERMINED ANSWERS
FIELD RESEARCH
INVESTIGATES ASPECTS OF SOCIAL LIFE THAT CAN'T BE MEASURED QUANTITATIVELY AND THAT ARE BEST UNDERSTOOD WITHIN A NATURAL SETTING
(1) KIND OF FIELD RESEARCH
CASE STUDY
CASE STUDY
A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION OF A SINGLE SMALL GROUP, INCIDENT, OR COMMUNITY
CASE STUDY IS A KIND OF _____________ RESEARCH
QUALATAIVE RESEARCH
HIDDEN OBSERVATION
RESEARCHER HIDES =, USES HIDDEN MICROPHONES AND CAMERAS
CULTURE
THE MATERIAL OBJECTS AS WELL AS THE PATTERNS FOR THINKING, FEELING, AND BEHAVING THAT ARE PAST FROM GENERATION AMOUNG MEMBERS OF A SOCIETY
SOCIETY
A GROUP OF PEOPLE LIVING WITHIN DEFINED TERRITORIAL BORDERS WHO SHARE A COMMON CULTURE
SOCIOBIOLOGY
THE STUDY OF THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
THE MAJOR CRITICISM OF SOCIOBIOLOGY
AN OBJECTION TO A GENETIC EXPLANATION OF HUMAN SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
NORMS
RULES DEFINING APPROPRIATE AND INAPPROPRIATE WAYS OF BEHAVING FOR A SPECIFIC SITUATION...IE RULES OF THE ROAD
FOLKWAYS
RULES THAT COVER CUSTOMARY WAYS OF THINKING, FEELING, AND BEHAVING BUT LACK MORAL OVERTONES..IE SHAKING HANDS
MORES
NORMS OF GREAT MORAL SIGNIFICANCE WHICH ARE THOUGHT TO BE VITAL TO THE WELL BEING OF A SOCIETY...IE MURDER..MEN NOT WORKING
TABOOS
A NORM THAT IS SO STRONG THAT ITS VIOLATION IS THOUGHT TO BE PUNISHABLE BY THE GROUP, SOCIETY, OR EVEN BY SOME SUPERNATURAL FORCE
LAWS
NORMS THAT ARE FORMALLY DEFINED AND ENFORCED BY OFFICIALS...CONSCIOUSLY CREATED AND ENFORCED
SANCTIONS
REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS USED TO ENCOURAGE CONFORMITY TO NORMS
FORMAL SANCTIONS
SANCTIONS THAT MAY BE GIVEN ONLY BY OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED PERSONS SUCH AS JUDGES AND COLLEGE PROFESSORS
VALUES
BROAD CULTURAL PRINCIPLES THAT MOST PEOPLE IN A SOCIETY CONSIDER DESIRABLE
COGNITIVE DIMENSION OF CULTURE
THE DIMENSION OF CULTURE THAT REFERS TO ITS COMPLEX OF IDEAS AND KNOWLEDGE
MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THE COGNITIVE DIMENSION OF CULTURE
BELIEFS
MATERIAL DIMENSION OF CULTURE
THE CONCRETE TANGIBLE OBJECTS WITHIN A CULTURE
SOCIAL CATERGORY
PEOPLE WHO SHARE A SOCIAL CHARACTERISTIC SUCH AS AGE, SEX, OR RELIGION
SUB-CULTURE
A GROUP THAT IS PART OF THE DOMINANT CULTURE, BUT DIFFERS FROM IT IN SOME IMPORTANT ASPECTS
COUNTERCULTURE
A SUB-CULTURE THAT IS DELIBERATELY AND CONSCIOUSLY OPPOSED TO CERTAIN CENTRAL ASPECTS OF THE DOMINANT CULTURE...GANGS
CULTURE SHOCK
THE PSYCHOLOGIACAL AND SOCIAL STRESS WE MAY EXPERIENCE WHEN CONFRONTED WITH A RADICALLY DIFFERENT CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
ETHNOCENTRISM
THE TENDENCY TO JUDGE OTHERS IN RELATION TO ONES OWN CULTURAL STANDARDS
CULTURAL RELATIVISM
ACCEPTING A CULTURE BASED ON IT'S OWN CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND PRACTICES...IT ASSERTS THAT ANY ASPECT OF A CULTURE SHOULD BE EVALUATED WITHIN THE LARGER CULTURAL CONTEXT OF WHICH IT IS A PART
CULTURAL UNIVERSALS
GENERAL CULTURAL TRAITS THOUGHT TO EXIST IN ALL KNOWN CULTURES
SOCIALIZATION
THE PROCESS BY WHICH PEOPLE LEARN TO PARTICIPATE IN GROUP LIFE
THE THREE KINDS OF SOCIALIZATION
DESOCCIALIZATION
RESOCIALIZATION
ANTICIPATORY SOCIALIZATION
SELF CONCEPT
AN IMAGE OF ONE SELF AS AN ENTITY SEPERATE FROM OTHER PEOPLE
LOOKING GLASS SELF
CHARLES COOLEY
LOOKING GLASS SELF
A SELF CONCEPT BASED ON OUR PERCEPTION OF OTHERS JUDGEMENTS OF US
SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
MEAD
SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
THOSE WHOSE JUDGEMENTS ARE MOST IMPORTANT TO OUR SELF CONCEPT
THE NAMES OF THE STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OF SELF
IMITATION STAGE 1 1/2-2 YRS OLD IMITATE THE PHYSICAL AND VERBAL OF SIG OTHERS

PLAY STAGE ACTING AND THINKING AS A CHILD IMAGINES ANOTHER PERSON WOULD

GAME STAGE CHILDREN LEARN TO ENGAGE IN MORE SOPHISTICATED ROLE TAKING
I AND ME
MEAD...(ME) PART OF THE SELF FORMED THROUGH SOCIALIZATION..PREDICTIBILITY AND CONFORMITY

(I) THE SPONTANEOUS AND UNPREDICTABLE PART OF THE SELF
REFERENCE GROUP
THE PEOPLE WE USE AS A STANDARD FOR SELF EVALUATION
PEER GROUP
CONSISTS OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ROUGHLY THE SAME AGE AND HAVE SIMILIAR INTERESTS
RESOCIALIZATION
THE PROCESS OF LEARNING TO ADOPT NEW NORMS, VALUES, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIORS...IE BRAIN WASHING