Soc 101 and 1 Study Guide Exam 1

Adam Smith

Herbert Spencer

Auguste Comte

Harriett Martineau

Karl Marx

Emile Durkheim

Max Weber

Web Dubois

Charles Horton Cooley

Jane Addams

Robert Merton

Symbolic Interactionism

Functionalism or Structural Functionalism (Emile Durkheim and Talcott Parsons)

Manifest Functions

Latent Functions

Conflict Theory (Karl Marx)

Ways We Come to Gain Knowledge about the World (Intuition, Common Sense, Authority, Tradition)

Empirical

Causality and Association

Quantitative Research

Qualitative Research

Ethics in Research

The Tuskegee Syphilis Study

Ethical Concerns That Protect Human Subjects (Voluntary Participation, Do No Harm, Anonymity and Confidentiality, and Deception

Covert Research

D.L. Rosenhahn’s Experiment of Psychiatric Hospitals

Coercion of Subjects

Stanley Milgram’s Shocking Experiment

Invasion of Privacy

The Tearoom Trade

concepts from here down may be used for unit 2 concepts for the reflection paper

Culture

Normative Dimension of Culture

Norms

Folkways

Mores

Laws

Formal Sanctions

Informal Sanctions

Values

Cognitive Dimension of Culture

Ideologies

Symbols

Rites of Passage

Material Dimension of Culture

Acculturation

Assimilation

Accommodation

Universals Across Cultures

Language and Culture

Subcultures

Socialization

Cases of Isolated Children

Symbolic Interaction Theory and How it Relates to Socialization

George Herbert Mead’s Three Part Theory of Social Development

Charles Horton Cooley’s Three Part "Looking-glass Self" Theory of Self-concept

Erik Erikson’s Eight Stages of Social Development

Jean Piaget and His Four Stage Cognitive Development Theory

Lawrence Kohlberg’s Six Stages of Moral Development

Agents of Socialization, Who/what Are They and How Do They Socialize Us?

Resocialization

Social Structure

Status

Ascribed Statuses

Achieved Statuses

Roles

Role Conflict

Role Strain

Social Actions

Social Interaction

Figuring out Social Interactions (Subjective Meanings, Context of the Situation-setting, Social Environment, Activities Surrounding the Interaction)

Erving Goffman

Dramaturgy

Impression Management

The Social Setting

Our Appearance

Our Manner

Social Aggregates

Categories

Social Groups

In-group

Out-groups

Primary Groups

Secondary Groups

Reference Groups

Social Networks

Social Capital

Characteristics of Social Interactions (Cooperation, Conflict, Social Exchanges, Coercion, Conformity)

Instrumental Leaders

Expressive Leaders

Formal Organizations (Coercive, Utilitarian, Normative)

Characteristics of a Bureaucracy

Social Institutions

Organized Spheres or Sectors of Social Life