5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Karl Marx
- Robert Michel
- Charles Horton Cooley
- Max Weber
- Kingsley Davis
- a Looking-glass self.
Primary and Secondary relationships
- b 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
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
- c Was a conflict theorists and the leader of communism. Believed that the burgeoisie exploited the proletariat.
Said elimination of conflict would create true community. Said that eventually the proletariat would rebel and achieve this.
- d Iron law of Oligarchy: says that a few individuals hold sway over an organization and look to their own interests.
- e Was a functionalist, believing structure was necessary. And studied demographics.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Took a humanistic approach to sociology at the turn of the century with Lester Ward.
- Attempted to end the "oversocialized" and the too socially determined "man in sociology"
- Studied city life in Chicago and explored drug addiction, crime, prostitution, and juvenile delinquency with Robert Park.
- Ralph Turner and Lewis Killian developed this collective behavior theory.
- One of the first sociologists, right after Comte. Studied sociology in England.
5 True/False questions
Wilbert Moore → Said that stratification was necessary for society to function. Since some have better abilities, they need an incentive to use them.
Emile Durkheim → Sociometry: the direction of interactions in a group.
George Herbert Mead → 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.
Ferdinand Tonnies → Dramaturgy
Herbert Spencer → Functionalist.