Sociology. Dickenson. College Western Idaho. Test 1-4

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Sociology test quiz 1-4 Charles Dickenson, Colloge of Western Idaho.?

  
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1.  Focus is on interactions between individuals, how societal characterisitcs reflect the perceptions fo individuals
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2.  Societies are integrated and systems composed of specialized parts that serve functions--both manifest and hidden or unintened
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3.  What is Sociology?
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4.  Is the link between our personal lives and experiences with our social world: ability to see the connections large and small, to see the indivual level and the societal level
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5.  To contemplate how things are actually formed and fuction from a new perspective
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6.  Epistemology is what
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7.  Indiviual
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8.  Refers to any relatively stable of social behavior found in social institutions; refers to the consquences
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9.  Focus on social institutions and how society influences the individual
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10.  Concepts whose values change from case to case
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11.  Manifest means what
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12.  Latent means what
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13.  The process of systemic empiricism, guided by theoretical frames; research
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14.  The scientific study of societies and human behavior in groups is what?
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15.  A theory that all knowledge originates in experience
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16.  The use of experientment and control groups, usually in a laboratory, to test the effect of one variable on another variable is what
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17.  Factors such as race, sex, class, and age are linked to what?
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18.  The variable that causes change
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19.  Physical artifacts that shape the lives of members of a particular society is what?
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20.  The variable that changes (it's value depends upon the independent variable)
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21.  Subjects are aware of risks and responsibilities
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22.  Highly codified, formal, systematized norms that bring server punishments when violated
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23.  Informal norms that are mildly punished when violated
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24.  Survey research is what
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25.  Values, behaviors and physical artifacts of a group that distunguish it from the larger culture
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26.  Unobtrusive research
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27.  Vaules are what
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28.  Judges others by their actions; the tendency to evaluate other cultures using one's own culture as a standard
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29.  Non- physical elements of culture; like knowledge/beliefs, values/ morals, norms/customs, the sense of time
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30.  Are actually defined rules of conduct, expectations for behavoir
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31.  Shared beliefs, values, behaviours and mterial objects among members of a group or society
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32.  Norm violations; like sanctions
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33.  Field Research is?
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34.  Creating new cultural elements is what
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35.  Cultural relativism
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36.  Social bonds based on common sentiment and shared moral value that are common among members of preindustrial societies
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37.  Shared understanding of what is and what is not true is what
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38.  Symbols for communication
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39.  Counterculture is
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40.  Is an educational program recognizing the cultural diversity
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41.  Something that represents something else, has meaning= like language
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42.  The historical change from tradition; beliefs past from one generation to another, rationality- deliberate, matter of fact calculation of the most efficient means to accomplish a task, as the dominat mode of human thought
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43.  The spread of cultural traits from one culture to another is what
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44.  Anomie
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45.  Seperation
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46.  Beliefs past from one generation to another
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47.  Hypothesized leading to revolution; wake up and see thier position in life; if workers become aware of their identity as an exploited class
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48.  Social conflict
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49.  Theory/ ideal types
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50.  Deliberate, matter of fact calculation of the most efficient means to acomplish a task, as the dominant mode of human thought.
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51.  Tied together not from past relationships but because we need each other; social bonds based on specialization and interdependence that are strong among members of industrial societies
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52.  They look at it because it works best together
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53.  Focus on meanings like identity, how we see are self
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54.  People who sale their productive labor for wages
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55.  They learn it from other people
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56.  People who own and operate factories and other buisness in pursit of profits are what
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57.  Relatoinships by which two or more variables change together
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