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Sociology chapter 13 Religion
sacred
profane
religion
church
Durkheim's term for things set apart or forbidden that inspir…
Durkheim's term for common elements of everyday life
according to Durkheim, beliefs and practices that separate th…
according to Durkheim, one of the 3 essential elements of rel…
sacred
Durkheim's term for things set apart or forbidden that inspir…
profane
Durkheim's term for common elements of everyday life
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Sociology Chapter 13 Religion and Education
sacred
profane
Religion
Religion's 3 Elements
Aspects of life having to do with the supernatural, deep resp…
Aspects of life that are not concerned with religion but are…
A unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred…
Beliefs, practices, moral community
sacred
Aspects of life having to do with the supernatural, deep resp…
profane
Aspects of life that are not concerned with religion but are…
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Sociology: Chapter 13 Religion
Religion:
Sacred:
Profane:
Secularization:
A unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred…
Involves elements of non-everyday life. They inspire awe, res…
Involves elements of everyday life.
The process of removing the institute of religion from all th…
Religion:
A unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred…
Sacred:
Involves elements of non-everyday life. They inspire awe, res…
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Sociology Chapter 13 (Religion)
Profane
Sacred
Religion
Ritual
Included as an ordinary part of everyday life
Set apart as extraordinary, inspiring awe and reverence
Social institution involving beliefs and practices based on r…
Formal ceremonial behavior
Profane
Included as an ordinary part of everyday life
Sacred
Set apart as extraordinary, inspiring awe and reverence
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Sociology Chapter 13 Religion
Religion
Faith
Animism
Polytheism
A set of organized beliefs about the supernatural world or sp…
Does not require objective evidence.
Belief that all things possess a spirit.
Belief in many Gods.
Religion
A set of organized beliefs about the supernatural world or sp…
Faith
Does not require objective evidence.
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Sociology Chapter 13 Religion
theodicies
religion
beliefs
sacred
ways of explaining why people suffer and die
a social phenomenon that consists of belief about the sacred,…
ideas that explain the world and identify what should be sacr…
to Durkheim, that which has been defined as being of ultimate…
theodicies
ways of explaining why people suffer and die
religion
a social phenomenon that consists of belief about the sacred,…
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Sociology Chapter 13-Religion
*Religion
Durkheim's explanation of Religion
The profane
The sacred
A system of beliefs, practices, and philosophical values shar…
Divides the universe into two mutually exclusive categories,…
All empirically observable things-observable through common,…
Things that are awe inspiring and knowable only through extra…
*Religion
A system of beliefs, practices, and philosophical values shar…
Durkheim's explanation of Religion
Divides the universe into two mutually exclusive categories,…
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Sociology: Chapter 13 Religion
Religion
Profane
Sacred
Rituals
A system of beliefs, practices, and philosophical values shar…
All empirically observable things that are knowable through c…
Things that are awe inspiring and knowable through extraordin…
Patterns of behavior or practices that are related to the sac…
Religion
A system of beliefs, practices, and philosophical values shar…
Profane
All empirically observable things that are knowable through c…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology 1021 - Chapter 13 - Religion and Education
Secularization
Religion and Education
Religion (Defined by Durkheim)
Profane
When religion's influence on other social institutions in a s…
Are both cultural universals
a unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred…
includes the ordinary and commonplace
Secularization
When religion's influence on other social institutions in a s…
Religion and Education
Are both cultural universals
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family and Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Family of Affinity
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
People who think of themselves as a family and wish others to…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology Chapter 13: Education and Religion
charter school
correspondence principle
credentialism
denomiation
an experimental school that is developed and managed by indiv…
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
an increase in the lowest level of education needed to enter…
a large, organized religion that is not officially linked to…
charter school
an experimental school that is developed and managed by indiv…
correspondence principle
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kin
Extended Family
Nuclear Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
considered family but is not blood
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
a family composed of one or two parents and their children; a…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kin
considered family but is not blood
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Sociology chapter 13. education and religion
education
schooling
hidden curriculum
tracking
consists of the roles and norms that ensure the transmission…
involves instruction by specially trained teachers who follow…
used to describe schools' transmission of cultural goals that…
involves the assignment of students to different types of edu…
education
consists of the roles and norms that ensure the transmission…
schooling
involves instruction by specially trained teachers who follow…
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Sociology Chapter 13: Education and Religion
Education in the Global Perspective
Credential Societies
Mandatory education laws
"Dropouts"
...
Employers use diplomas and degrees as sorting devices to dete…
1918, Laws that require all children to attend school, until…
At the time, were students who didn't complete grade school
Education in the Global Perspective
...
Credential Societies
Employers use diplomas and degrees as sorting devices to dete…
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sociology chapter 13 - religion and education
correspondence principle
creationism
credentialism
denomination
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
a literal interpretation of the bible regarding the creation…
an increase in the lowest level education needed to enter a f…
a large, organized religion that is not officially linked to…
correspondence principle
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
creationism
a literal interpretation of the bible regarding the creation…
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Sociology Chapter 13: Family and Religion
family
kinship
marriage
extended family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage or adoption
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Sociology 1010 (Chapter 13) Religion
church
sect
cult
ecclesia
...
a religious group larger than a cult that still feels substan…
a new religion with few followers, whose teachings and practi…
a religious group so integrated into the dominant culture tha…
church
...
sect
a religious group larger than a cult that still feels substan…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology 2001: Chapter 13: Religion
Magic is:
Which of the following concepts descri…
Members of a hunting-and-gathering ban…
Durkheim saw religious ritual as usefu…
usually a means to an end
animism
mana
cementing the social bond between society and the individual.
Magic is:
usually a means to an end
Which of the following concepts descri…
animism
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Sociology Chapter 13 "Education and Religion"
Education
Schooling
Achievement Gap
Hidden Curriculum
A social institution that transmits attitudes, knowledge, bel…
Formal training and instruction provided in a classroom setti…
The difference in academic performance that shows up in grade…
School practices that transmit nonacademic knowledge, values,…
Education
A social institution that transmits attitudes, knowledge, bel…
Schooling
Formal training and instruction provided in a classroom setti…
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Sociology Chapter 13 Religion and Education
Define "secularization"
According to Durkheim, what is the pur…
In what ways are Christianity, and Isl…
In what ways are Judaism, Christianity…
The process in which religion's influence on other social ins…
Durkheim stressed the social impact of religion. Religion is…
Both religions believe in prophets, a judgement day, an after…
All three religions are monotheistic (pg 308)
Define "secularization"
The process in which religion's influence on other social ins…
According to Durkheim, what is the pur…
Durkheim stressed the social impact of religion. Religion is…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Structural-Functional Analysis of Family
Social-Conflict and Feminist Analysis…
Micro-Level Analysis: The symbolic-Int…
Structural-Functional Analysis of Reli…
Family preforms many vital tasks... The "backbone of society"... So…
Family central to our way of life... How family perpetuates soci…
Family living offers and opportunity for intimacy.
Emile Durkheim... Three major functions of religion:... Social Cohe…
Structural-Functional Analysis of Family
Family preforms many vital tasks... The "backbone of society"... So…
Social-Conflict and Feminist Analysis…
Family central to our way of life... How family perpetuates soci…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Endogamy
Exogamy
Monogamy
Polygamy
Marriage between people of the same social categories
Marriage between people of different social categories
marriage that unites two partners.
Marriage that unites a person with two or more spouses
Endogamy
Marriage between people of the same social categories
Exogamy
Marriage between people of different social categories
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Sociology Chapter 13: Education and Religion
charter school
correspondence principle
credentialism
denomiation
an experimental school that is developed and managed by indiv…
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
an increase in the lowest level of education needed to enter…
a large, organized religion that is not officially linked to…
charter school
an experimental school that is developed and managed by indiv…
correspondence principle
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
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sociology chapter 13 - religion and education
correspondence principle
creationism
credentialism
denomination
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
a literal interpretation of the bible regarding the creation…
an increase in the lowest level education needed to enter a f…
a large, organized religion that is not officially linked to…
correspondence principle
the tendency of schools to promote the values expected of ind…
creationism
a literal interpretation of the bible regarding the creation…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Marriage
Extended Family
Nuclear Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
a family composed of one or two parents and their children; a…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Marriage
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
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Sociology Chapter 13: Family and Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
-A social institution found in all societies that unites peop…
-A social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
-A legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation…
-A family composed of parents and children as well as other k…
Family
-A social institution found in all societies that unites peop…
Kinship
-A social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Chapter 13 Sociology: Families and Religion
family
kinship
marriage
extended family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology: Chapter 13 Families and Religion
Bilateral Kinship
Collective Consciousness
Cults
Extended Families
Tracing ancestors through both sides of the family
the body of beliefs common to a community or society that giv…
religious groups devoted to a specific cause or charismatic l…
the whole network of parents, children, and other relatives w…
Bilateral Kinship
Tracing ancestors through both sides of the family
Collective Consciousness
the body of beliefs common to a community or society that giv…
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Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology 201- Chapter 13 Religion
Church-set typology
Civil Religion
Collective conscience
Cults
a framework origination with Weber, in which religious organi…
refers to the tendency for nationalistic emphases to be nurtu…
Durkheim's term referring to awareness that a group is more t…
religious groups that have their origins outside older religi…
Church-set typology
a framework origination with Weber, in which religious organi…
Civil Religion
refers to the tendency for nationalistic emphases to be nurtu…
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Sociology Chapter 13: Education and Religion
credential societies
manifest functions
latent functions
cultural transmission of values
employers use diplomas and degrees as sorting devices to dete…
positives things that were intended
positive consequences that were not intended
process by which schools pass on society's core values from o…
credential societies
employers use diplomas and degrees as sorting devices to dete…
manifest functions
positives things that were intended
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Beaver Sociology Chapter 13-Religion
rituals
cosmology
religious experience
born again
ceremonies or repetitive practices; in religion, observances…
teachings or ideas that provide a unified picture of the world
a sudden awareness of the supernatural or a feeling of coming…
a term describing Christians who have undergone a religious e…
rituals
ceremonies or repetitive practices; in religion, observances…
cosmology
teachings or ideas that provide a unified picture of the world
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Sociology Chapter 13: Family and Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Intro to Sociology: Chapter 13-Education and Religion
Credential Society
Mandatory education laws
Cultural capital
Manifest functions
The use of diplomas and degrees to determine who is eligible…
Laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
Privileges accompanying a social location that help someone i…
The intended baneful consequences of people's actions.
Credential Society
The use of diplomas and degrees to determine who is eligible…
Mandatory education laws
Laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
Sociology Chapter 13 Family and Religion
family
kinship
marriage
extended family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology Chapter 13 (Family/Religion)
family
kinship
marriage
extended family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Sociology: Chapter 13. Education and religion
Mandatory education laws
Cultural capital
Manifest functions
Latent functions
Laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
Privileges accompanying a social location that help someone i…
The intended beneficial consequences of people's actions
Unintended beneficial consequences of people's actions
Mandatory education laws
Laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
Cultural capital
Privileges accompanying a social location that help someone i…
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Churches and Religion Sociology - Chapter 13
Religion
Organized Religion
Substantive
Functional
Any system of beliefs about the supernatural, and the social…
A set of social institutions including groups, buildings and…
focus on what religion IS n and what does and does not count…
describe what religion DOES for an individual or social group
Religion
Any system of beliefs about the supernatural, and the social…
Organized Religion
A set of social institutions including groups, buildings and…
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Sociology Chapter 13 Education and Religion
Mandatory Education Laws
Cultural Capital
Manifest Functions
Latent Functions
laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
privileges accompanying a social locations that help someone…
the intended beneficial consequences of people's actions
unintended beneficial consequences of people's actions
Mandatory Education Laws
laws that require all children to attend school until a speci…
Cultural Capital
privileges accompanying a social locations that help someone…
63 terms
Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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Chapter 13: Education & Religion (Sociology)
Education in Japan (most industrialized)
Cultural Capital
Education in Russia (industrializing)
Education in Egypt (least industrializ…
conformity, same book, relatively equal, get hired as group t…
privileges from being in a certain social location; parents t…
inequality (economically), elites can pursue education with m…
high levels of illiteracy, primarily the wealthy go to school…
Education in Japan (most industrialized)
conformity, same book, relatively equal, get hired as group t…
Cultural Capital
privileges from being in a certain social location; parents t…
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Sociology Chapter 13- Families & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended family
social institution found in all societies that unites people…
social bond based on common ancestry, marriage or adoption
legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation, s…
family composed of parents and children as well as other kin,…
Family
social institution found in all societies that unites people…
Kinship
social bond based on common ancestry, marriage or adoption
63 terms
Sociology Chapter 13 - Family & Religion
Family
Kinship
Marriage
Extended Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other ki…
Family
a social institution found in all societies that unites peopl…
Kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
14 terms
Sociology Chapter 13 Religion and Education
Define "secularization"
According to Durkheim, what is the pur…
In what ways are Christianity, and Isl…
In what ways are Judaism, Christianity…
The process in which religion's influence on other social ins…
Durkheim stressed the social impact of religion. Religion is…
Both religions believe in prophets, a judgement day, an after…
All three religions are monotheistic (pg 308)
Define "secularization"
The process in which religion's influence on other social ins…
According to Durkheim, what is the pur…
Durkheim stressed the social impact of religion. Religion is…
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Sociology Chapter 13 Education and Religion
What is a credential society
What is the functionalist perspective…
What are the dysfunctions of the educa…
What is the conflict perspective of ed…
where diplomas determine job eligibility
To provide manifest and latent functions ... Ex: learning skills…
Violence and mediocrity
It perpetuates social inequalities that already exist in soci…
What is a credential society
where diplomas determine job eligibility
What is the functionalist perspective…
To provide manifest and latent functions ... Ex: learning skills…
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Sociology Chapter 13 Religion and Education
Secularization
Profane
Sacred
Liberation theology
When religous influence on other insitutions diminishes
Ordinary
Elements beyond life
Use of church in political effort to eliminate poverty, discr…
Secularization
When religous influence on other insitutions diminishes
Profane
Ordinary
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(Sociology 1) Chapter 13 - Family and Religion
family
kinship
marriage
extended family... aka... consanguine family
a social institution found in all societies that unites ppl i…
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
a legal relationship, usually involving economic cooperation,…
a family composed of parents and children as well as other kin
family
a social institution found in all societies that unites ppl i…
kinship
a social bond based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
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