Quiz One- 3 Major Sociological Theories:

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QUIZ ONE- 3 MAJOR SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES:


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    _________: Ways of looking (a theoretical framework through which scientists study the world.
  • 2. 
    ___________ (defines society as a system of interrelated parts)
  • 3. 
    Adapted from Biology
  • 4. 
    Stresses cooperation, harmony
  • 5. 
    Family roles = family and economy run smoothly
  • 6. 
    Male-instrumental (work, hunting)
  • 7. 
    Female- expressive (nurture, gathering)
  • 8. 
    It’s conservative, and it ignores other options. (critisism)
  • 9. 
    Society is a collection of competing groups
  • 10. 
                 When you hear this theory, think KARL MARX
  • 11. 
                  Culture and social structures created by ruling class
  • 12. 
              Ideas of an age are ideas of the ruling class
  • 13. 
    _______ ______ (views society as being in a constant struggle over scarce resources)
  • 14. 
                 Society is built to serve interests of ruling class
  • 15. 
                                    Focus on meaning and individual experiences
  • 16. 
                                              Interplay between individuals and groups
  • 17. 
        ________ ___________ (focuses on how individual interactions between people influence them and how these interactions can impact society)
  • 18. 
    Social reality is what we agree it to be
  • 19. 
    Culture is created and maintained by how we interact and negotiate
  • 20. 
    Human interaction is based on symbols
  • 21. 
    We must know the rules
  • 22. 
    We change (over time & through experiences
  • 23. 
    _________: small-scale reference focuses our attention on the individual. _______, large-scale, incluseds how history & social structure affect the individual
  • 24. 
    ·  ___________ was born out of changes in Western Europe in late 18 early 19 century and need to understand industrial society
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