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Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Chapter 6 (Deviance) Henslin
Deviance
Crime
Reaction
Social Influences
any violation of norms rules/expectations of behavior vary in…
A form of deviance violated laws use controlled substances wi…
Reaction to the act ... eg. What about adults drinking alcohol
Socialization... member of subculture ... social class
Deviance
any violation of norms rules/expectations of behavior vary in…
Crime
A form of deviance violated laws use controlled substances wi…
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Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
Deviance
Stigma
Social Control
Negative Sanctions
Any violation of social norms
Characteristics that discredit people
Formal or informal ways of enforcing norms
Expressions of disapproval for deviance, ranging from frowns…
Deviance
Any violation of social norms
Stigma
Characteristics that discredit people
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 6 Henslin
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
69 terms
Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
69 terms
Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Sociology Henslin 111: Chapter 6
deviance
crime
stigma
social order
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations
the violation of norms written into law
"blemishes"that discredit a person's claim to a "normal" iden…
a group's usual and customary social arrangements, on which i…
deviance
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations
crime
the violation of norms written into law
69 terms
Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
69 terms
Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Essentials of Sociology Henslin - Chapter 6
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
Chapter 6: Group Dynamics (158-68) (Henslin)
Group Dynamics
Small Groups
Dyad
Triad
the ways in which individuals affect groups and the ways in w…
a group small enough for everyone to interact directly with a…
the smallest possible group, consisting of two persons
a group of three people
Group Dynamics
the ways in which individuals affect groups and the ways in w…
Small Groups
a group small enough for everyone to interact directly with a…
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Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 6 and 7
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Ch 6-8 Essentials of Sociology Henslin
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Ch 6-8 Essentials of Sociology Henslin
deviance
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
relativity of deviance
crime
Behavior that violates significant social norms
Howard S Becker
Because different groups have different norms, what is devian…
An act that breaks a law and causes harm to people or society…
deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms
"It is not the act itself but the reac…
Howard S Becker
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Chapter 4 Essentials of Sociology Henslin
macrosociology
microsociology
social interaction
social structure
The study of large-scale groups, organizations, or social sys…
the study of human behavior in contexts of face-to-face inter…
what people do when they are in one another's presence
A pattern of organized relationships among groups of people w…
macrosociology
The study of large-scale groups, organizations, or social sys…
microsociology
the study of human behavior in contexts of face-to-face inter…
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 12 Henslin
Nuclear family
Sandwich generation
Extended family
Types of marriage
household made up of a mother, father, and children
Group of people who are caring for both their parents and the…
closely related people of several generations such as brother…
monogamy, serial monogamy, polygamy, polyandry, polygyny
Nuclear family
household made up of a mother, father, and children
Sandwich generation
Group of people who are caring for both their parents and the…
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Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 8
social class
Items that can change social class
property
wealth
a group of people with similar backgrounds, incomes, and ways…
1. Property... 2. Power... 3. Prestige
something owned
The total value of money and other assets, minus outstanding…
social class
a group of people with similar backgrounds, incomes, and ways…
Items that can change social class
1. Property... 2. Power... 3. Prestige
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Mastering Sociology Henslin CH 6
Social Stratification
Ideology
Caste system
Endogamy
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
beliefs about the way things ought to be that justify social…
a form of social stratification in which people's statuses ar…
the practice of marrying within one's own group
Social Stratification
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
Ideology
beliefs about the way things ought to be that justify social…
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Sociology Henslin Chapter 1
sociological perspective
society
social location
sociology
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
people who share a culture and a territory
the group memberships that people have because of their locat…
the scientific study of society and human behavior
sociological perspective
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
society
people who share a culture and a territory
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Chapter 2 Henslin Sociology
culture
material culture
nonmaterial (symbolic) culture
culture within us
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
a group's way of thinking and doing
the culture you have in you that you inherited from your pare…
culture
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
material culture
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
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Sociology-Henslin-chapter11
feminisim
Women's Movement today
gender tracking
pay gap
view that biology is not a destiny and that stratification by…
1-focus on least industrialized nations ... 2-criticism of valu…
degrees tend to follow gender, a pattern that reinforces male…
men being paid more than women. chart pg 317 US women only av…
feminisim
view that biology is not a destiny and that stratification by…
Women's Movement today
1-focus on least industrialized nations ... 2-criticism of valu…
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chapter 3 henslin
social environment
feral children
socialization
self
the entire human environment, including interaction with others
children assumed to have been raised by animals, n the wilder…
the process by which people learn the characteristics of thei…
the unique human capacity of being able to se ourselves "from…
social environment
the entire human environment, including interaction with others
feral children
children assumed to have been raised by animals, n the wilder…
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Chapter 2 Henslin Sociology
culture
material culture
nonmaterial (symbolic) culture
culture within us
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
a group's way of thinking and doing
the culture you have in you that you inherited from your pare…
culture
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
material culture
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
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Mastering Sociology- Henslin Chapter Six
Deviance
Crime
Stigma
Social Order
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations.) Undermines…
the violation of norms written into law. What is considered t…
'blemishes' that discredit a person's claim to a 'normal' ide…
a group's usual and customary social arrangements, on which i…
Deviance
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations.) Undermines…
Crime
the violation of norms written into law. What is considered t…
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 10 Henslin
gender stratification
sex
gender
The sociological significance of gende…
the unequal distribution of wealth, power, and priviledge bet…
the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of the…
in psychology, the biologically and socially influenced chara…
that it is a device by which society controls it's members
gender stratification
the unequal distribution of wealth, power, and priviledge bet…
sex
the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of the…
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chapter 2 henslin
culture
material culture
nonmaterial culture
culture shock
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
a group's ways of thinking (including its beliefs, values, an…
the disorientation that people experience when they come in c…
culture
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
material culture
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
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chapter 4 henslin
macrosociology
microsociology
social interaction
social structure
analysis of social life that focuses on broad features of soc…
analysis of social life that focuses on social interaction; t…
one person's actions influencing someone else; usually refers…
the framework of society that surrounds us; consists of the w…
macrosociology
analysis of social life that focuses on broad features of soc…
microsociology
analysis of social life that focuses on social interaction; t…
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chapter 1 henslin
sociological perspective
society
social location
natural sciences
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
people who share a culture and a territory
the group memberships that people have because of their locat…
the intellectual and academic disciplines designed to compreh…
sociological perspective
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
society
people who share a culture and a territory
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Mastering Sociology Henslin CH 6
Deviance
Crime
Stigma
Social Order
the violation of norms
the violation of norms written into laws
"blemishes" that discredit a person's claim to a "normal" ide…
a group's usual and customary social arrangements, on which i…
Deviance
the violation of norms
Crime
the violation of norms written into laws
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Chapter 7 - Henslin
Social Stratification
Caste System
Class System
Social Mobility
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
a form of social stratification in which people's statuses ar…
a form of social stratification based primarily on the posses…
movement up or down the social class ladder
Social Stratification
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
Caste System
a form of social stratification in which people's statuses ar…
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Essentials of Sociology Henslin Chapter 1
sociological perspective
society
science
scientific method
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
people who interact in a defined territory and share a culture
organized way of using evidence to learn about the natural wo…
a series of steps that scientists use to answer questions and…
sociological perspective
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
society
people who interact in a defined territory and share a culture
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Essentials of Sociology (Henslin) Chapter 4-6
Define socialization
Identity
What is internalization?
Explain the nature vs. nurture debate…
The process through which people learn the expectations of so…
how ones defies themselves
Occurs when behaviors and assumptions are learned so thorough…
From a sociological perspective, our lives are socially const…
Define socialization
The process through which people learn the expectations of so…
Identity
how ones defies themselves
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 9 Henslin
race
ethnic cleansing
ethnic
ethnicity
people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
Process in which more powerful ethnic group forcibly removes…
relating to races or groups of people with common customs
Identity with a group of people that share distinct physical…
race
people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
ethnic cleansing
Process in which more powerful ethnic group forcibly removes…
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Chapter 7 Henslin
Social Stratification
Social stratification is universal
Three major systems of social stratifi…
Slavery
a system where groups of people are divided into layers based…
each society stratifies (ranks divided) its people
1. slavery ... 2.caste... 3.Class
Ownership of some people by others
Social Stratification
a system where groups of people are divided into layers based…
Social stratification is universal
each society stratifies (ranks divided) its people
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 13 Henslin
Education Success Factors
Functions of education
Manifest functions
Latent functions
1. Provide universal schooling... 2. Determine people's potentia…
Teaching knowledge and skills... Cultural transmission of values…
an action that produces an intended and recognized result
unintended and unrecognized consequences of an aspect of soci…
Education Success Factors
1. Provide universal schooling... 2. Determine people's potentia…
Functions of education
Teaching knowledge and skills... Cultural transmission of values…
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Sociology-Henslin Chapter 12
race
genocide
ethnicity
minority group
A group of human beings distinguished by physical traits, blo…
systematic killing of a racial or cultural group
cultural characteristics
people who are singled out for unequal treatment and who rega…
race
A group of human beings distinguished by physical traits, blo…
genocide
systematic killing of a racial or cultural group
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Sociology-Henslin Chapter 21
collective behavior
collective mind
circular reaction
acting crowd
extraordinary activities carried out by groups of people; inc…
Gustave LeBon's term for the tendency of people in a crowd to…
Robert Park's term for a back-and-forth communication among t…
excited group of people who move toward a goal
collective behavior
extraordinary activities carried out by groups of people; inc…
collective mind
Gustave LeBon's term for the tendency of people in a crowd to…
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Chapter 5 Essentials of Sociology Henslin
groups
aggregate
category
primary groups
Two or more persons who interact with one another in such a m…
amounting to a whole; total
a group of people or things having something in common; type
Small groups characterized by intimate, face-to-face interact…
groups
Two or more persons who interact with one another in such a m…
aggregate
amounting to a whole; total
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 11 Henslin
"We perceive power as legitimate or il…
legitimate power
illegitimate power
"Violence is the ultimate foundation o…
Max Weber
authority, power people accept as right
a form of authority that relies on force or coercion to gener…
Berger
"We perceive power as legitimate or il…
Max Weber
legitimate power
authority, power people accept as right
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Essentials of Sociology Chapter 14 Henslin
exponential growth curve
demographic transition
population shrinkage
demographic variables
a pattern of growth in which numbers double during approximat…
Change in a population from high birth and death rates to low…
the process by which a country's population becomes smaller b…
1. fertility... 2. mortality... 3. migration
exponential growth curve
a pattern of growth in which numbers double during approximat…
demographic transition
Change in a population from high birth and death rates to low…
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People Quiz Chapter 1 Henslin
Auguste Comte
Emile Durkheim
Herbert Spencer
Karl Marx
Founded sociology, and wanted to use sociology to social ills…
Believed mechanical and organic solidarity hold society toget…
Social Darwinism... English philosopher known for his work, Soci…
Class Conflict... Often recognized as the father of communism. A…
Auguste Comte
Founded sociology, and wanted to use sociology to social ills…
Emile Durkheim
Believed mechanical and organic solidarity hold society toget…
Chapter 2: Culture (Henslin)
Culture
Material Culture
Nonmaterial Culture
Culture Shock
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
a group's ways of thinking (including beliefs, values, and ot…
the disorientation that people experience when they come in c…
Culture
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
Material Culture
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
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Chapter 6 Essentials of SOCIOLOGY A-Down-To-Earth-Approach (Eleventh Edition) James M. Henslin
deviance
crime
stigma
social order
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations)
the violation of norms written into law
"blemishes" that discredit a person's claim to a "normal" ide…
a group's usual and customary social arrangements, on which i…
deviance
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations)
crime
the violation of norms written into law
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Sociology Henslin Chapter 7
social stratification
slavery
bonded labor (indentured service)
ideology
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
a form of social stratification in which some people own othe…
a contractual system in which someone sells his or her body (…
beliefs about the way things ought to be that justify social…
social stratification
the division of large numbers of people into layers according…
slavery
a form of social stratification in which some people own othe…
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Sociology Henslin Chapter 1
sociological perspective
society
social location
sociology
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
people who share a culture and a territory
the group memberships that people have because of their locat…
the scientific study of society and human behavior
sociological perspective
understanding human behavior by placing it within its broader…
society
people who share a culture and a territory
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Sociology Henslin Chapter 2
culture
material culture
nonmaterial culture
culture shock
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
a group's ways of thinking (including its beliefs, values, an…
the disorientation that people experience when they come in c…
culture
the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even mat…
material culture
the material objects that distinguish a group of people, such…
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Henslin: Chapter 4
Macrosociology
Microsociology
Social structure
Status
Used to analyze things such as social class and how groups ar…
Focused on social interaction. Used to analyze men's rules/co…
The framework of society that was already laid out before you…
Position a person occupies
Macrosociology
Used to analyze things such as social class and how groups ar…
Microsociology
Focused on social interaction. Used to analyze men's rules/co…
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Henslin: Chapter 2
Culture
Material culture
Nonmaterial culture
Culture shock
- The language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even m…
- Physical things; jewelry, art, buildings, weapons, and etc.
- Abstract ideas, beliefs, assumptions, and framework
- Disorientation when you are exposed to new cultures/cultura…
Culture
- The language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even m…
Material culture
- Physical things; jewelry, art, buildings, weapons, and etc.
Chapter 3: Socialization (Henslin)
Social Environment
Socialization
Self
Looking-Glass Self
the entire human environment, including interaction with others
the process by which people learn the characteristics of thei…
the unique human capacity of being able to see ourselves "fro…
a term coined by Charles Horton Cooley to refer to the proces…
Social Environment
the entire human environment, including interaction with others
Socialization
the process by which people learn the characteristics of thei…
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Sociology Chapter 2, Henslin
Culture
Material Culture
Non-Material Culture
Ethnocentrisim
The language, beliefs, values, norms, and material objects th…
things that are common to a culture like TVs, phones, dress,…
Ways of thinking, norms, assumptions, gestures, values.
Uses our culture as a measuring stick to judge other cultures
Culture
The language, beliefs, values, norms, and material objects th…
Material Culture
things that are common to a culture like TVs, phones, dress,…
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