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5 Matching questions

  1. idealization.
  2. social interaction.
  3. gender stratification & violence
  4. "seeing the general in the
    particular"
  5. Structural-Functional Analysis
  1. a The process by which people act and react in relation to others is called:
  2. b Peter Berger characterized the sociological perspective - he meant that sociology help us: see general patterns in the behaviour of particular people
  3. c *Durkheim identified 4 distinct functions of deviance & merton's strain theory & deviant subcultures*
  4. d Smiling and making polite remarks to people we do NOT like is an example of:
  5. e •Family violence: though both men and
    women are victims, women suffer more
    serious injuries.
    •Sexual harassment consists of comments,
    gestures, or physical contact of a sexual
    nature that are deliberate, repeated, and
    unwelcome.
    Pornography: Women focus on it as a power
    issue, another means of controlling women.
    Interestingly, some women endorse the rights
    of free speech.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (Erving Goffman)The study of social interaction in terms of THERTICAL performance is referred to as:
  2. A statement of how and why specific facts are related is a:
  3. his research subjects were ALL MALES; therefore, his findings cannot be generalized to both sexes.
  4. crime committed by ppl of high social position in the course of their occupations
  5. the lifelong social experience by which individuals develop human potential and learn culture

5 True/False questions

  1. Marx1966 claims that deviance is nothing more than behaviour that ppl define as deviant

          

  2. tact.defines who and what we are in relation to others.

          

  3. gender blindness1940 a persons tendency toward conformity/deviance depends on the amount of contact with others who encourage/reject conventional behavior
    - defined term - white collar crime

          

  4. hunting and gatheringDurkheim believe to be a key factor in explaining why some
    categories of people had higher rates of suicide than others

          

  5. schooling-cultures emphasis on $ and lack of opportunity results in :
    1. innovation- using unconveintional means to achieve a culturally approved goal
    2. ritulalism - inability to reach a cultural goal may prompt deviance
    3. retreatism - inability to succeed
    4. rebellion - response to failure