Midterm Study Guide

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  • UniversityPellissippi State Community College
  • AreaSocial sciences
  • CourseIntro to Sociology
  • ProfessorLarry Long
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  • Authorcait19
  • Created2019
  • Pages28
  • Approved6 May 2019

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Notes from first half of the Intro to Sociology class used to study for the Midterm. The majority of my class either failed the midterm or barely passed. Only one person got and A and two or three of us got a B. Using these notes I got a B on the midterm. Notes Include key concepts to know, work of major and minor sociological theorists, and potential short answer quests provided by my professor. Notes include nearly 8,000 words and 28 pages. A few examples of key concepts covered in notes: “know the difference between the 4 major sociological theories and be able to apply them to given situations,” “know the difference between sub cultures and counter cultures,” “understand the roles of family, peer groups, education and other social institutions in the socialization process,” “know the difference between differential association, strain, and labeling theories,” and “know the different types of mobility.” A few sociological theorist covered in these notes are Aguste Comte, Karl Marx, Emile Durkhiem, George Herbert Mead, and others.

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