sociology 123

Chloe Schepers
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Sociology Quiz on sociology 123, created by Chloe Schepers on 11/02/2017.

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Question 1

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[blank_start]Durkheim[blank_end] was to [blank_start]functionalism[blank_end] as Marx was to [blank_start]conflict theory[blank_end] as weber was to symbolic interaction theory
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  • Durkheim
  • functionalism
  • conflict theory

Question 2

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where did sociology start? [blank_start]western europe[blank_end]
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  • western europe

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When did sociology develop? [blank_start]1700-1800s[blank_end]
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  • 1700-1800s

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conflict theory is
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  • the interpretation of each part in society in terms of how it contributes to the stability of the whole
  • the importance of strucual integrity (social class)
  • emphasizes immediate social interaction as a place where society exists

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fuctionalism is
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  • emphasizes immediate social interaction as a place where society exists
  • emphasizes the role of coercion and power in society and the ability of some to influence and control others (social class)
  • the importance of strucual integrity (social class

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symbolic interaction is..
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  • emphasizes immediate social interaction as a place where society exists
  • emphasizes the role of coercion and power in society and the ability of some to influence and control others (social class)
  • the importance of strucual integrity (social class

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the socilogical [blank_start]imagination[blank_end] is the ability to see social patterns that influence an individual as well as groups of individuals
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  • imagination

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[blank_start]Troubles[blank_end] are privetly felt problems that spring from events and feelings in a persons life
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  • Troubles

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[blank_start]issues[blank_end] affect large numbers of people
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  • issues

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[blank_start]Macro[blank_end] includes social institutions, education, work and religion
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  • Macro

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[blank_start]Micro[blank_end] refers more to beliefs and behaviors
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  • Micro

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[blank_start]culture[blank_end] consists of thr objects created in a given society, its buildings, art, tools, toys. literature.
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  • culture

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[blank_start]nonmaterial[blank_end] culture includes norms, laws customs, ideas and belifs of a group of people
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  • nonmaterial

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[blank_start]Qualitative[blank_end] reduces data to patterns in words and phrases, examples - interveiws, observation
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  • Qualitative

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[blank_start]Quanitative[blank_end] reduces data and patterns in numbers and statistics examples - survey or numerical data
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  • Quanitative

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[blank_start]functionalists[blank_end] emphasize the importance of shareing culture
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  • functionalists

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[blank_start]Conflict theorists[blank_end] emphasize the importance " the idea of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas
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  • Conflict theorists

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[blank_start]symbolic interactionist[blank_end] create, maintain, and chaneg through our daily lives
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  • symbolic interactionist

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[blank_start]ethnocentrism[blank_end] is the habit of seeing things only from the veiw of ones own group
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  • ethnocentrism

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[blank_start]norms[blank_end] are the specific cultural expectations for how to behave in a givensituation
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  • norms

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[blank_start]folkways[blank_end] are a general standard of behavior adhered to by a group ( forms of dress; food habits)
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  • folkways

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[blank_start]mores[blank_end] are strict norms that control moral and ethical behavior (religious doctrines; formal law)
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  • mores

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[blank_start]Values[blank_end] are abstract standards in a society or group that define ideal princepals ( liberty ; freedom)
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  • Values

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[blank_start]beleifs[blank_end] are shared ideas about what is true held collectivly
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  • beleifs

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Sir Francis [blank_start]bacon[blank_end] invented the scientific method which involves several steps in the research process including : [blank_start]observation[blank_end], hypothesis, testing [blank_start]analysis[blank_end] of data and [blank_start]drawing[blank_end] conclusions
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  • bacon
  • observation
  • analysis
  • drawing

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[blank_start]validity[blank_end] is the degree to whuich it accuratly measures or reflects a concept
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  • validity

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[blank_start]IRB[blank_end] (institutional review board) protect researchers from being taken advantage of
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  • IRB

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[blank_start]surveys[blank_end] are usually quantitative but sometimes qualitative
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  • surveys

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participant observation is usually [blank_start]qualitative[blank_end]
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  • qualitative

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controlled experiments are usually [blank_start]quantitative[blank_end]
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  • quantitative

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content analysis can be either qualitative or quantitative
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  • True
  • False

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historical research is usually [blank_start]qualitative[blank_end]
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  • qualitative

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secondary analysis of survey data can be either qualitative or quantitative
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  • True
  • False

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evaluation researvh can be either quantitative or qualitative
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  • True
  • False

Question 35

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Things that can effect cultureal change
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  • technology
  • time
  • space
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