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5 Matching questions

  1. Interactionist Perspective
  2. Participant Observation
  3. Ascibed status
  4. Organic solidarity
  5. Primary Group
  1. a generalize about everyday forms of social interaction in order to explain society as a whole.
  2. b a research method in which investigators systematically observe people while joining them in their routine activities
  3. c Durkheim's term for the interdependence that results from people needing others to fulfill their jobs; solidarity based on the interdependence brought about by the division of labour
  4. d a small social group whose members share personal and lasting relationships loyality is established...personal relationships are formed
  5. e A person's social position assigned to a person by society without regard for the person's unique talents or characteristics

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Millitary, schools, government, boy scouts ect. are examples of what?
  2. The veiwing of people's behavior from the perspective of their own culture.
  3. An awareness of the relationship between an individual and the wider society, both today and in the past
  4. founder of modern communism; He was responsible for the prespective Conflict
  5. A norm governing everyday behavior whose violation raises comparatively little concern

5 True/False questions

  1. Cultural UniversalA common practice or belief found in every culture


  2. Socializing functionaffects the overall cultural practices of a society; it also shapes the image that we hold or oursleves


  3. The conflict perspective on mass mediaStereotyping 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


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


  5. Peter PrincipleA group in society that influences an individual's purchasing behavior