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Midterm Examination Socscie 1 Michael R. Dupal-ag

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1.  1.       An act or object that has come to be socially accepted as standing for something else.
2.  1.       Learned patterns for thinking, Feeling, and acting that are transmitted from one generation to the next.
3.  1.       Norms which do not exact stringent conformity.
4.  1.       Physical artifacts created by members of a society.
5.  1.       A social rule that specifies appropriate and inappropriate behavior in given situations.
6.  1.       Norms which exact strict conformity.
7.  1.       Abstract creations  like values, beliefs, symbols, norms, customs, and institutional arrangements created by the members of society.
8.  The view that different languages conceptualize the world of experience differently
9.  1.       Norms which are enforced by a special political organization with the right to employ force.
10.  1.       A group of people who live within the same territory and  share a culture.
11.  1.       Broad, shared ideas regarding what is desirable, correct, and good.
12.  1.       A social structured system of sounds patterns ( words and sentences) with the specific and arbitrary meanings.
13.  1.       A value free approach that views people from the perspective of their own culture.
14.  1.       A subculture at odds with the ways of the larger society.
15.  1.       The tendency to judge other groups by the standards of one’s own culture.
16.  1.       The expectations of a single role are incompatible.
17.  1.       The interviewing of peoples interactions and relationships in recurrent and stable patterns.
18.  The actual behavior of the person who occupies a status
19.  1.       The multiple roles associated with a single status.
20.  1.       A key status that carries primary weight in a person’s interactions with others.
21.  1.       Two or more people who share a feeling of unity and are bound together in stable patterns of social interactions.
22.  1.       Individuals are confronted with conflicting expectations stemming from simultaneously occupying two or more statuses.
23.  1.       A collection of people who share characteristics that is deemed to be of social significance.
24.  1.       The principal instrument whereby the essential tasks of social living re organized, directed, and executed.
25.  1.       Expectation that defines the behavior which people view as appropriate for the occupant of a status.
26.  1.       A collection of anonymous individuals who are in one place at the same time.
27.  1.       Actions that we can legitimately insist others perform.
28.  1.       A set of assumption and interrelated concepts for depicting the world.
29.  1.       A set of elements that meaning derives from social interaction in daily life.
30.  1.       The consequences that are intended and recognized by the participants in a system.
31.  1.       The observed consequences that permit the adaptations of system.
32.  1.       Consequences that are neither intended nor recognized by the participants in a system.
33.  1.       The members of a group participate in the main culture while sharing in another culture.
35.  1.       A collection of anonymous individuals who are in one place at the same time.
36.  1.       What is the significance of Hellen Keller’s experience for understanding the part that symbols play in everyday life?
37.  1.       What are the criticism of the linguistics relativity hypotheses?
38.  1.       Why are some aspects of social life – cultural universals – found in all known socities?
39.  1.       Identify ways in which ethnocentrism may have contributed to global violence during your lifetime. How might acceptance of cultural relativism contribute to the resolution of international conflicts? Give examples.
40.  1.       How do each of the concepts in the following sets relate? a.      Norm – value – symbol b.      Status – role – role set c.       Group – institution – society
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