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What place did sociology come France
Groups encourage what? conformity
Patterns of social behavior in a group or society social structure
Mind set that uses knowledge, reason and planning rationalism
The thing that change societies socialdynamics
Study of the production and consumptions of goods and services economics
Social activist who was involved with pan Africanism WEBDuBois
Created social darwimism herbertspencer
"father" of sociology comte
Theoretical perspective that tends to see relatively stable functionalism
Scientific study of society sociology
The written record of human past history
Investigates human mental and emotional processes psychology
examines the interaction between human populations and the places in which they live humangeography
the ability at one part to get other parties to do its will or benefit from the other power

Sociological Perspective Crossword

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scientific study of society. sociology
leads to on going. research
deals with human society. social science
a social scicence that invesitgate culture, customary beliefs and materal traits of a group. Anthropology
written record of the human past that analyzes artifacts. History
interactions between population and the places they lived. Human Geography
investigates organization, administration, history, and theory of government. Political Science
the study of mental and emotional process of people. Psychology
affects on a particular person (or people) in their immediate life. Personal Troubles
personal characteristics cannot be predicted from ones. behavior
a vewing of ones behavior of groups sociological Perspective
sociologist look at groups rather than individuals
groups incourage what as they think, feel, adn bahve in similar ways conformity
the study of economics economy
members are taught to value the group's way even if the do not conform

sociology Crossword

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the scientific study of social structure; patterned social behavior sociology
the patterned interaction of people in social relationships social-structure
the belief that knowledge should be derived from scientific observation positivism
the study of social stability and order social-statistics
person who owns or controls the means for producing wealth capitalist
class owning the means for producing wealth bourgeoisie
working class; those who labor for the bourgeoisie proletariat
the ongoing struggle between the bourgeoisie(owners) and the proletariat(working class) class conflict
social interdependence based on a high degree of specialization of rules organic solidarity
approach that emphasizes the contributions made by each part of society functionalism
the ability to control the behavior of others power
negative consequences of an aspect of society dysfunction
unintended and unrecognized consequences of an aspect of society latent- functions
approach emphasizing the role of conflict, competition, and constraint within a society conflict perspective
behavior that matches group expectations conformity

Sociology Introduction Word Search

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social science
sociological imagination
anthropology
political science
history
econmics
psychology
social structure
social interaction
dysfunction
functionalism
symbol
conflict
perspective
privacy
power
rationalization
verstehen
class conflict
Proletariat
bourgeoisie
Karl Marx
Herbet Spencer
social dynamics
sociology

Chapter 1: Crossword Puzzle

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The scientific study of social structure Sociology
Patterned interaction of people in social relationships Social structure
A particular point of view Perspective
The belief that knowledge should be derived from scientific observation Positivism
The study of social stability and order Social statics
The study of social change Social dynamics
Experimentation aimed at the discovery Research
Person who owns or controls the means for producing wealth Capitalist
Those who labor for the bourgeoisie Proletariat
Class owning the means for producing wealth Bourgeoisie
The ongoing struggle between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat Class conflict
Social interdependency based on a high degree Organic solidarity
Social dependency based on a widespread consensus of valuses and beliefs Mechanical solidarity
Putting yourself in the places of others Verstehen
The mind set emphasizing knowledge Rationalization

Theorists and Perspectives Crossword

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The scientific study of people in groups or society sociology
group that performs a social role and reproduce over time social institutions
iron cage of bureaucracy; protestant ethic Weber
communism; 2 groups the have and have nots Marx
the father of sociology Comte
social darwinism Spencer
first to study American South Dubois
all about social integration Durkheim
ability to see consequences coming to us Herbet Mead
driving force behind social change conflict
view society as symbols symbolic interaction
symbol for the working party Nazi
small structures in society micro perspective
a split in two bifurcated
things working towards the progression of society functions

Sociology Crossword

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The belief that every person in society has a certain function Functionalism
Believed that all individuals are a product of their environment Emile Durkheim
The way your brain interprets images or events Perception
First African American to Ernie Ph.D from Harvard W.E.B. Dubois
The only sociologist ever earn the Nobel Peace Prize Jane Adams
Believed that capitalism would fail Karl Marx
Compared Society to the human body Herbert Spencer
The father of sociology Auguste Comte
The study of human interaction in their environment Sociology
Believe that Sociological imagination was the key to sociology C.Wright Mills
You interpret the meaning of an event or image Perspective
Verstehen ; to truly see Society you must put yourself in someone else's shoes Max Weber
Believed that the oppression of women is linked to slavery Harriet Martineau

Sociology and You Crossword

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A particular point of view. Perspective
The scientific study of social structure (human social behavior) Sociology
A view that looks at the behavior of groups, not individuals Sociological Perspective
The belief that knowledge should be derived from scientific observation Positivism
Class owning the means for producing wealth Bourgeoisie
People who own or control the means for producing wealth Capitalists
Class that labors without owning the means of production; those that labor for the bourgeoisie Proletariat
The mind-set emphasizing knowledge, reason, and planning Rationalization
Understanding social behavior by putting yourself in the place of others Verstehen
A set of assumptions accepted as true Theoretical Perspective
Approach that emphasizes the contributions made by each part of society Functionalism
Negative consequence of an aspect of society Dysfunction
Negative consequence of an aspect of society Dysfunction
Anything that stands for something else and has an agreed-upon meaning attached to it Symbol
The ability to control the behavior of others Power
Approach emphasizing the role of conflict, competition, and constraint within a society Conflict Perspective

Sociology MidTerm Exam Study Guide Crossword

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Studies that use numerical data and statistical analyses are always examples of: _____ quantitative research
Studies that interpret non-numerical data are always examples of: qualitative research
Karl believes that society can be understood as a competitive, unequal sphere in which some people have power and other advantages that other people don’t. Karl most likely comes from _____ sociological perspective? conflict theory
The social process that allows people to change after the early period of their lives is known as _____ socialization. secondary
Strain theory and labeling theory both point out, in different ways, that _____ is a product of social and cultural conditions. deviance
To discover causal relationships, traditionally scientific research tests connections between _____. variables
_____ is a standard method of qualitative research. participant observation
An example of an established sociological theory is: _____ symbolic interactionism
_____ is not an element of culture. nature
The first form of society in human history was: _____ hunter-gatherer society
Societies that recognize power as being justified by formal and impersonal systems of rules and laws are ruled by _____ authority. rational-legal
Sociologists think of _____ as the meaningful aspect of human _____ . culture; societies
The arrangement of a society, in which each element occupies a position, is social _____. structure
Social _____ first developed because of technological advances in human societies that created surplus resources. inequality
When one exercises power because members of society agree that it is appropriate and should be respected, it is said to be: _____ legitimate
The most recent form of human society in history is known as: _____ post-industrial
_____ deviance is the kind of deviance that societies do not sanction using laws. informal
_____ is the process that trains individuals to function in social life—that is, to be members of their societies—by transmitting elements of _____ socialization; culture
Sociology, and the social sciences in general, have moved away from their early reliance on _____ the belief that fundamental natural laws of human social behavior can be discovered. positivism
_____ is the ability to get other people to do one’s will, regardless of their own will. power
Those who participate in a smaller culture within the broader mainstream culture are members of a _____ subculture
_____ authority is based in the exceptional qualities of the person who holds it, such as their personality or the belief that they have divine favor. charismatic
_____ is the belief that cultures must be understood on their own terms. cultural relativism
Humans cannot become functional in society unless they undergo _____. socialization
According to one of sociology’s major theories, how meanings are established. interaction
An explanation for some phenomenon based on available evidence and interpretations. theory
In the Scientific Method, an “educated guess” about what the result of a study might be. hypothesis
A way of gathering data in which a researcher becomes embedded with the people being studied. participant observation
The source of meaning for societies. culture
The violation of social norms, which is culturally relative. deviance
A type of research that uses interpretive methods to gain a deeper understanding of society. qualitative

Sociology Chapter 4 Crossword

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the lifelong process through which people learn culture and become functioning members of society Socialization
The process of learning cultural behaviors and expectations so deeply that we accept them without question Internalization
Theory maintaining that people learn new attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors through social interaction (especially during childhood) social learning theory
people who we admire and whose behavior we imitate role models
a self-image based on how we think others see us looking glass self
learning to take the perspective of others role taking
someone whose opinion we value and who influences our thinking, especially about ourselves significant other
learning how to perform a role that a person will occupy anticipatory socialization
the norms, values, and expectations of society as a whole that affect a person's behavior generalized other
the process of providing information and cues to others to present oneself in a favorable light while downplaying or concealing one's less appealing characteristics impression management
groups of people who shape an individual's self-image, behavior, values, and attitudes in different contexts reference group
the individuals, groups, or institutions that teach us how to participate effectively in society socialization agents
homes in which three or more generations live together multigenerational households
people who are similar in age, social status, and interests peer group
the process of unlearning old ways of doing things and adopting new attitudes, values, norms, and behaviors resocialization
settings where people are isolated from the rest of society, stripping of their former identities, and rebuild to conform to new rules and behaviors total institutions

sociology unit 1 Crossword

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study of production, distrubition, and consumption of goods and services Economics
study of mental processes and perceptions in individuals psychology
study of political power, politicial processes, and governmental systems political science
study of human evolution and culture that focuses on small-scale, primitive societies anthropology
systemic approach to thinking about, studying, and understanding society, human social behavior, and social groups sociology
this refers to any logical, systemic method by which knowledge can be acquired; it also refers to the actual body of knowledge produced by such methods science
referring to the study of physical and biological phenomena natural science
referring to the study of various aspects of human behavior social science
study of how personality and behavior are influenced by social elements social psychology
anthropological reports ethnography