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  1. Primary Group
  2. The conflict perspective on mass media
  3. Diffusion
  4. Interationist Perspective
  5. The Scientific Method
  1. a Process by which a cultural item spreads from group to group or society to society
  2. b 1) Define the problem-Independant/Dependant Variables 2)Review literature 3)Hypothesis 4) Collect and analze data- survey and questionaire/face to face interview 5) Conclusion
  3. c a small social group whose members share personal and lasting relationships loyality is established...personal relationships are formed
  4. d Media shapes day-to-day social behavior. Consumes time. Babysits kids. New forms of Communication
  5. e Stereotyping occurs in the media, we are only getting certain information that "gatekeepers" allow us as an audience to have, people are ingnored within the media..EX: girls sports, asian people, etc. also Narcotizing

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Emphasizes the way that the parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability
  2. Function of media; informs us, educate-socialize,promote cunsuption, entertain, enforces norms, unifing, promotes cohesion....
  3. Millitary, schools, government, boy scouts ect. are examples of what?
  4. A printed or written form used to obtain information from a respospondant
  5. A subculture that deliberately opposes certain aspects of the larger culture

5 True/False questions

  1. Total Institutionaffects the overall cultural practices of a society; it also shapes the image that we hold or oursleves


  2. Impression ManagementMany of our daily activities, we try to convey distinct impressions of who we are


  3. Emile Durkheim's research on suicideThe feeling of suprise and disoreintation that people experience when they encounter cultural practices that are different from their own.


  4. Funcionalist PerspectiveEmphasizes the way in which the parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability.


  5. SociologyA norm governing everyday behavior whose violation raises comparatively little concern