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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

Key word Cross word of awesomeness

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The idea that organs (or Social institutions) have functions that relate to eachother Interdependent
The "parts" we play in society roles
Children who are wild or unsocialised feral
The process of learning norms and values Socialisation
The postion a person has in society and the amount of respect that position has Status
The way of life of a group of people Culture
What we call a theory that sees society as positive and 'working' consensus
The person that carries out the 'expressive role' mum
Socially constructed aspects of difference between men and women Gender
What Parsons says a relaxing family is like Warm Bath
What someone (or society) sees as important and what they try to achieve Values
Unwritten rules that people follow Norms
A Functionalist that talks about 4 functions of the family Murdock
The original Functionalist Durkheim
Biological differences between male and female Sex
How individuals see and define themselves Identity
According to Parsons Dads fulfil this role instrumental
Comparing society to the human body Organic Analogy
Differences in norms and values of people from different cultures Cultural Diversity

Key word Cross word

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What is the "way of life of a group of people" Culture
What someone (or society) sees as important and what they try to achieve Values
Unwritten rules that people follow Norms
The 'parts' we play in society Roles
The person that carries out the Expressive Role Mum
According to Parsons' Dads fulfil this role Instrumental
The position a person has in society and the amount of respect that position has Status
How individuals see and define themselves Identity
Comparing society to the human body Organic Analogy
Differences in norms and values of people from different cultures Cultural diversity
Another term for Gender Socialisation Canalisation
Biological differences between male and female Sex
What we call a theory that sees society as basically "working" Consensus
Social aspects of difference between male and female Gender
Children who are wild or unsocialised Feral
The process of learning norms and values Socialisation
A functionalist that talks about 4 functions of the family Murdock
What Parsons says the relaxing family is like Warm Bath
The idea that organs (or social institutions) have functions that relate to eachother Interdependency
The original Functionalist Durkheim

Social Structure Crossword

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The process of learning to participate in a group. Socialization
The patterned interaction of people in social relationships. Social Structure
A position that is neither earned nor chosen but assigned. Ascribed Status
A position that strongly affects most other aspects of a person's life. Master Status
Condition in which the performance of a role in one status interferes with the performance of a role in another status. Role Conflict
Condition in which the roles of a single status are inconsistent or conflicting. Role Strain
a socially defined position in a group or in a society Status
the behavior-the rights and obligations-expected of someone occupying a particular status role
corresponding roles that define the patterns of interaction between related statuses reciprocal status
people's actual role behavior-does not always match the behavior expected by society role performance
socially determined behaviors expected of a person performing a role role expectation

Socialization and Social Construction Crossword

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The process by which we all learn to become a functioning member of society Socialization
The individual identity of a person as perceived by that same person Self
internal sense of the expectations of others in any setting, regardless of if we've been in that situation before generalized other
process of learning a whole new set of social values, beliefs, and norms. Often deliberately and through and intense social process resocialization
an institution that a person in totally immersed in, and that controls every aspect of their daily life. All activity happens in the same place with the same single authority total institution
recognizable social position that someone occupies. A police officer or student, for example status
responsibilities and behaviors associated with a certain social position roles
incompatibility of duties and behaviors associated to a single social position role strain
incompatibility of responsibilities accross multiple different social positions role conflict
all social positions held by an individual at any given time status set
a social position that someone is born into or otherwise placed involuntarily ascribed status
a social position into which one enters voluntarily achieved status
one social position within a set that one prioritizes over all others master status
A theory that essentially views social life as a theatrical performance in which we all actors according to roles, scripts, costumes, and sets. (Advanced by Eric Goffman) Dramaturgical Theory
method for studying social reactions in which focus is placed on the way we make sense of our world and convey this understanding to others to produce a shared social order. ethnomethodology

Social Justice Crossword

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A system of oppression that includes discrimination and social prejudice against people with intellectual, emotional, and physical disabilities, their exclusion, and the valuing of people and groups that do not have disabilities. Ableism
individuals whose gender identity and expression line up with their birth-assigned sex. Cisgender
Socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society deems masculine or feminine. This social construct is often linked to and confused with the biological construct of sex. Gender
the fear and hatred of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Xenophobia
an identity term for a people who either do not feel sexual attraction or do not feel desire for a sexual partner or partners. Some asexual individuals may still have romantic attractions. Asexual
The institutional, cultural, societal, and individual beliefs and practices that assign value to people based in their socio-economic class. Here, members of more privileged socio-economic classes are seen as having a greater value. Classism
an identity term for a female-identified person who is attracted to male-identified people or a male-identified person who is attracted to female-identified people. Heterosexual
the fear, hatred, and intolerance of people who identify or are perceived as gay or lesbian. Homophobia
the fear and self-hatred of one’s own identity or identity group. Internalized oppression is learned and is based in the acceptance of oppressive stereotypes, attitudes, and beliefs about one’s own identity group. Internalized oppression
the irrational fear or hatred of Islam, Muslims, Islamic traditions and practices, and, more broadly, those who appear to be Muslim. Islamophobia
The systemic and pervasive nature of social inequality woven throughout social institutions as well as embedded within individual consciousness. Oppression fuses institutional and systemic discrimination, personal bias, bigotry, and social prejudice in a complex web of relationships and structures that saturate most aspects of life in our society. Oppression
A pre-judgment or unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude of one type of individual or groups toward another group and its members. Such negative attitudes are typically based on unsupported generalizations (or stereotypes) that deny the right of individual members of certain groups to be recognized and treated as individuals with individual characteristics. (Institute for Democratic Renewal and Project Change Anti-Racism Initiative. A Community Builder’s Tool Kit. Claremont, CA: Claremont Graduate University.) Prejudice
A group of unearned cultural, legal, social, and institutional rights extended to a group based on their social group membership. Individuals with privilege are considered to be the normative group, leaving those without access to this privilege invisible, unnatural, deviant, or just plain wrong. Most of the time, these privileges are automatic and most individuals in the privileged group are unaware of them. Some people who can “pass” as members of the privileged group might have access to some levels of privilege (J. Beal 2009). Privilege
a term for individuals whose gender identity/expression and/or sexual orientation does not conform to societal norms. This reclaimed term is increasingly being used as an inclusive umbrella term for the LGBTQIA community. Queer
a word that substitutes for a noun. Most people have pronouns that they expect others to use for them. Most cisgender individuals use pronouns that line up with their birth-assigned sex. Many GenderQueer and Trans folks have selected pronouns that best suit who they are and sometimes generate new terms. Pronouns
oppression against individuals or groups based on their actual or perceived racial identity. Racism
system of oppression that privileges men, subordinates women, and devalues practices associated with women. Sexism
a person’s sexual and emotional attractions, not necessarily dependent on behavior. Terms associated with sexual orientation include: gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, heterosexual, and more! Sexual orientation
an umbrella term for people who do not identify with their birth-assigned sex and/or whose gender expression does not conform to the societal expectations. Trans* is used as an inclusive abbreviation. Transgender
the fear and hatred of transgender people. Transphobia

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 Crossword

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the parts people play in society roles
set of cultural expectations about how males and females should behave. gender
The learned, shared behaviour of members of a society culture
a continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behavior, and social skills appropriate to his or her social position. socialisation
cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture subculture
a range of different things diversity
Principles or standards of behaviour; one’s judgement of what is important in life: values
the fact of being who or what a person or thing is identity
widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing stereotypes
1.a set or category of things having some property or attribute in common and differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality class
1.the process by which businesses or other organizations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale Globalisation

Ch. 5 Socialization review Crossword

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Links self to real world. Per Freud, the person we see ourselves as being; reconciles the pressures of the id and superego. Ego
Swiss biologist and psychologist. Thought humans pass through growth stages, actively participating in social development Piaget
3rd development stage of Mead. Child moves from role of "significant others" to view of society's role in general Generalized others
Per Freud, the total "raw" traits of a human AND our impulsive desires Id
Process by which we estimate others reactions to our behavior and feel corresponding feelings like pride, embarrassment, etc. Looking glass self
Our conscience. Freud's concept that refers to that part of the self which has internalized social norms and attitudes. Superego
The process through which an individual is shaped by the values, customs, and expectations of society. Socialization
The composite of one's perception, attitudes, and beliefs about himself/herself Self
A persons idea of him/herself in a particular role Me
Parents, peers, role models, lovers are all examples of these. Significant others
Author of Looking Glass Concept Cooley
Counterpart of "self" in a social situation Other
Father of Psychoanalysis Freud
Expected behavior of persons in a particular position (ascribed or achieved) Role
Mead's concept of an individual's view of themselves as a total person I

Deviance and Social control Crossword

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behavior that departs from societal or group norms deviance
underconforms to accepted norms negative deviance
overconforms to social expectations positive deviance
ways to encourage conformity to society's norms social control
rewards/punishments that encourage conformity to social norms social sanctions
a social condition in which norms are weak, conflicting or absent anomie
gap exists between cultural goals strain theory
involving breaking of norms primary deviance
undesirable trait or label that is used to characterize an individual stigma
process of reducing the seriousness of the crimes that injure people of lower status victim discounting
job-related crimes commited by high status people white-collar crime
violation of the law crime
punishment intended to make criminals pay compensation for their acts retribution
a repetition of or return to criminal behavior recidivism

Sociology 101 midterm Crossword

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A practice of remaining impartial, without bias or judgment during the course of a study and in publishing results Value Neutrality
When study subjects behave in a certain manner due to their awareness of being observed by a researcher Hawthorne Effect
Observing a complete social setting and all that it entails Ethnography
How a subjective reality can drive events to develop in accordance with that reality, despite being originally unsupported by objective reality Thomas theorem
A belief that modern society should be built around logic and efficiency rather than morality or tradition Rationalization
An individual’s isolation from his society, his work, and his sense of self Alienation
The process wherein people come to understand societal norms and expectations, to accept society’s beliefs, and to be aware of societal values Socialization
The process by which new members of a total institution lose aspects of their old identity and are given new ones Degradation ceremony
The process by which old behaviors are removed and new behaviors are learned in their place Resocialization
A collection of people who exist in the same place at the same time, but who don’t interact or share a sense of identity Aggregate
The theory that an organization is ruled by a few elites rather than through collaboration Iron Rule of Oligarchy
Formal organizations characterized by a hierarchy of authority, a clear division of labor, explicit rules, and impersonality. Bureaucracies