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5 Matching questions

  1. George Herbert Mead
  2. Herbert Spencer
  3. Auguste Comte
  4. Lester Ward
  5. William Graham
  1. a Took a humanistic approach to sociology at the turn of the century with Lester Ward.
  2. b Took a humanistic approach to sociology at the turn of the century with William Graham.
  3. c Functionalist.
  4. d Said that every science, including sociology, went through three stages: Theological, metaphysical and positive.
    Father of Sociology
  5. e Worked at the university of Chicago and originated psychology. Concept of 'me' and 'I' to explain self image and individual.
    Studied play taking on roles as children.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. One of the first sociologists, right after Comte. Studied sociology in England.
  2. Believed in the unequal distribution, but didn't think of the elite as a group. They all had separate interests so that no group dominated.
    Elite Pluralist
  3. A functionalist and advocated the "Grand Theory." Said that society was built on the organization of interrelated parts.
  4. explained the origins of capitalism and tested Comte's ideas.
    Studied understanding and ideas.
    Said the protestant ethic led to the industrial revolution.
    Created denotative and connotative understanding.
    Developed ideal bureaucracy
    Studied Kinship
    Believed in Authority Legitimacy
    Created three types of authority: traditional, rational legal and charismatic
    The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit off Capitalism - Author
    unlike marx, thought class would continue
  5. Studied city life in Chicago and explored drug addiction, crime, prostitution, and juvenile delinquency with Robert Park.

5 True/False questions

  1. Robert MertonStudied social deviance as a result of normlessness.

          

  2. Ferdinand TonniesDramaturgy
    Role-Distance

          

  3. George SimmelDyad and Triad.

          

  4. Erving GoffmanBelieved in the unequal distribution, but didn't think of the elite as a group. They all had separate interests so that no group dominated.
    Elite Pluralist

          

  5. Robert ParkConcentrated on Chicago studying drug addiction, crime, prostitution, and juvenile delinquency. (w ernest burgess)

          

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