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Sociology Test 2
Relationships, people/groups to one another
What people do in one another's presence
Movements culture has taught to express, specific manner
People do something, purpose of reward
People act together, promote interests, achieve goals
Conflict, individuals/groups agree upon rules
Making impression, people play roles, performance judged by others (aware of slips), may reveal actor's true character
Position, social group
Behaviors+obligations attached to status
Expectations one role, incompatible w/ another
Conflicts w/i role
Violation, norms written into laws
Characteristics, discredit people
Social stratification, social necessity.
Ea. society needs individuals, fill variety social roles.
Society must reward talented individuals, for utilized skills .
Group's unusual/customary social arrangements
Internal Means of Control
Operates on individual, even absence other's reactions
External Means of Control
Other's responses to person's behavior, rewards+punishments
Killing of one human to another.
Efforts to establish relationship, against victim's will
Carnal knowledge of person, forcibly against will
Deviance inherited, deviant people born, not made
Freud, unconscious forces committing deviant acts
Crime and Individual Choice
Individual behavior, result rational choice
Financial success combined w/ unequal access to legit means to achieve success
People free to violate norms, lack intimate attachments w/ parents, teachers, peers
Accomplish: separation, punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation (MEMORIZE)
Uneven distribution, privileges, material rewards, opportunities, power, prestige, influence among individuals/groups
Individual or group movement, one status to another
Lack adequate income, basic survival needs
Meet basic needs, poor relative to majority of society
Greatest Poverty -Age-
Greatest Poverty -Race-
Greatest Poverty -Family Patterns-
Greatest Poverty -Gender-
Greatest Poverty -Region-
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