Sociology reggin

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social structureinvisoble set of rules that govern our life
Socializationefer to the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating norms, customs, values and ideologies, providing an individual with the skills and habits necessary
culturespecific to time,place,people,history and traditon you find yourself in
Naive realismassumptions that some beliefs are universal/real, not arbitrary
EthnocentrismThe belief of superiority in ones person ethnic group, but it can also develop from racial or religious differences
SociologyMany social forces that affect our identity and lives, systematic study of sciences
HegemonyHow capatilsm is spread by poweful actors or government
Sociological Imaginationability to see relationships between individual expirience and the larger society
Nested analysisUsed to demonstrate how large scale changes in the global economy impacts the personal biographies of individuals living in a particular moment
Karl Marxsupporter of communism,believed capatlism was source of problem. Exploited working class vs upper class owners
Emile DurkheimBelieved people produce thier social environment. social stability is needed to improve society
Max weberBelieved in ssperating values from research. What ought to be has to be defined the sociologists can offer a way to achieve something
PositivismThrough systematical observation, law-like statements can be made about the social world in some way
Qualitative DataMethods that interpret descriptions rather than statistics.
EthnographyDetailed study of the life and activities of a group by researchers who may live with them for years
Quantitative datadata examined through numbers or statistics.
Dramaturgyis the study of dramatic composition and the representation of the main elements of drama on the stage.
Impression ManagementAudience feedback that allows us to improve our performance.
The Culture industryKeeps us buying products and distracts us from the need for social change.
Prohibitioncrack down on unsafe cures, 0 deaths from pot
social propsMaking ourselfs more convinving to impress others
Social normsRules of behavior that are considered acceptable in a group or society
Functionalisma theory about the nature of mental states. mental states aere identified by what they do rather than what they are made of
Rites if passageseperation from previous identity, Transition to new identity, Liminal state or being between these states, Incorporation into the new identity
Social Institutionswe think our individual choices are organized and regulated by social norms

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