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Matching Worksheet
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Which word means: the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or social group? Culture
Hippies, LGBT, Goths, Bikers, and Hip-Hop Rappers are examples of what? Subculture
Which word means the study of how humans live, work, and play Anthropology
Which word means: the study of human artifacts and other physical remains Archeology
A written letter from one person to another, A drawing, A desk, a bowl are all examples of what? Artifacts
The Holocaust is an example of what? Genocide
Fixed images or ideas like: All people from Mexico eat burritos is an example of what? Stereotype
Knocking on wood to avoid bad luck is an example of what? Superstition
People who are the 1st to inhabit a piece of land are called what? Indigenous
What is it called when one group of people believe that another group of people are inferior or superior? Racism

Sociological Perspective Crossword

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Crossword
Description

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 MidTerm Exam Study Guide Crossword

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Description

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

8th Grade Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

_________are the words spoken by characters in a play. Dialogue
The repetition of initial sounds, such as "Peter Piper Pizza" is called? Alliteration
The words around the unknown word are called....... Context Clues
Realizing the POTENTIAL danger of the situation, he called for help. Potential means? Possible
Which point of view is all knowing and sees into different characters' minds? Third Person
An example of a ____is "He is as scary as a bear." Simile
The VITRIOL in his voice--all the anger and hate--made the character scary. Vitriol means? Anger and hate
An example of ____is saying you are so hungry you could eat a horse. Hyperbole
An author describing the sun smiling on a field of flowers is an example of ____. Personification
Which point of view uses "I" or "me" First Person
A story about a person's life written by that person is called? Autobiography
The moment of highest tension in the story, the turning point is called? Climax
When an author writes a story about another person's life is called? Biography
Placing events in order in which they happened is called? Chronological Order
The main character in a work of literature, usually the "hero" or "good guy"? protagonist
the person that stands in the way of the protagonist's happiness, usually the "bad guy' is? Antagonist
The beach's Tranquility, or its peaceful feeling, made the vacation perfect. Tranquility means? Peaceful
_____is a long speech by a character in a play, spoken either to others or to himself. Monologue
A struggle between opposing forces, the problem in the story is called? Conflict
When the effects of the action or decision are revealed, leads to resolution. Falling Action
The Marlin is the social HUB of the ship-the heart and main point of attraction. Hub means? Popular part
The message, moral, or lesson of a story is called? Theme
Using your reason and experience to figure out something that is not written or stated. Inference
Description or dialogue that introduces the characters, the setting, and the situation. Exposition
Events that complicate the situation by introducing the conflict, leads to the Climax. Rising Action
Occurs when a main character clashes with an outside force. External Conflict
What does the prefix "auto" mean? Self
What does the "pre" mean? Before
______tell actors how to move and speak, usually in parentheses( ) or in italics. Stage Directions
What does the suffix "ology" mean? Study of
One man's trash is another man's treasure is an example of______. Theme
Identify the meaning of the prefix in the word UNDERESTIMATE Below

Nonverbal Communication Crossword

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Crossword
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Message expressed by nonlingquistic means nonverbal communication
Nonverbal behaviors that match the thoughts and emotions the comunicator is expressing linguistacally are called? complementing
Expressions that replace verbal interjections substituting
Enphasizing oral messages accenting
Influencing the flow of verbal communication regulating
A mixed message contradicting
Inadvertant signals of deception leakage
Emphasizing punctuality, schedules and completing one task at a time monochronic
A flexible schedule with multipletasks polychronic
Body position and movement kinesics
The degree to which we face toward or away from someone with our body, feet, and head body orientation
What your position says nonverbally about how you feel posture
Movements that accompany speech but don't stand on thier own illiustrators
Deliberate nonverbal behaivors that have a precise meaning and are known to virtually everyone within a cultural group emblems
Unconcious bodily movements in response to the environment adaptors
Self-touching behaviors manipulators
Slow-motion epressions microexpressions
Nonverbal, vocal messages paralanguage
The study of touching haptics
The study of the way people and animals use space proxemics
The first of Hall's four spatial zone: skin contact to 18 inches away intimate distance
2nd spatial zone : 18 inches to 4 feet away personal distance
3rd spatial zone: 4 to 12 feet away social distance
Hall's furthest zone public distance
Comments "accompanied by gestures" repeating
A common example of contradicting mixedmessage
Movements of the hands and arms gestures
Any geographical area we assume "rights" to territory
The study of how humans use and structure time chronemics

Cultural Variation Crossword

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Two words-Viewing people's behavior from the perspective of their own culture. Cultural Relativism
Two words- To better understand cultural variation sociologists, pay attention to differences that exist both ____ and ____ societies. Withinbetween
Countercultures usually thrive among the ____. young
Specialized language used by members of a group or subculture. Argot
Norms deemed highly necessary to the welfare of a society. Mores
Something that is usual, typical, or standard. Norm
Americans who visit _____ may find it odd that rat meat is a local specialty. Cambodia
Two words- The differences in cultures exhibited around the world. Cultural Variation
A segment of society that shares a distinctive pattern of mores, folkways, and values that differs from the pattern of the larger society. Subculture
The tendency to assume that one's culture and way of life represent what's normal. Ethnocentrism
Sociologists study how cultural variation can be used to secure and enhance ____. Power
A subculture that deliberately opposes certain aspects of a larger culture. Counterculture
Two words-A set of cultural beliefs and practices that legitimates existing powerful social, economic, and political interests. Dominant Ideology
Two words-Feelings of disorientation, uncertainty, and fear that people experience when they encounter unfamiliar cultural practices. Culture shock
Everything humans create in establishing our relationships to nature and with each other. Culture

Deviance and Crime Crossword

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Deviance that is a violation of the criminal law. Crime
The study of all aspects of crime. Criminology
Any action, belief, or human characteristic that a large number of people who are members of a society or a social group consider a violation of group norms and for which the violator is likely to be censured or punished. Deviance
Individuals who reject both traditional means and goals and instead substitute nontraditional goals and means to those goals. Rebels
A word, gesture, or object that stands in for something or someone (a "label). Symbol
The supervised early release of a prisoner for such things as good behavior while in prison. Parole
People who accept both culture goals and the traditional means of achieving those goals. Conformists
Serious crimes punishable by a year or more in prison. Felonies
Those who label a person as deviant. Social Control Agents
Minor offenses punishable by imprisonment of less then a year. Misdemeanors
A person's characteristic that others find, define, and often label as unusual, unpleasant, or deviant. Stigma
A widespread and disproportionate reaction to a form of deviance. Moral Panic
Individuals who devise society's rules, norms, and laws. Rule Creators
Early stage of random acts of deviance. Primary Deviance
Deviant acts that persist, becoming more common, and eventually causes people to organize their lives and personal identities around their deviant status. Secondary Deviance

Key word Cross word of awesomeness

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Crossword
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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

LGBT Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
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A person who generally does not feel sexual attraction or desire to any group of people. Asexual
Aversion toward bisexuality and bisexual people as a social group or as individuals. Biphobia
A person who is attracted to both people of their own gender and another gender. Bisexual
Types of gender identity where an individual's experience of their own gender matches the sex they were assigned at birth. Cisgender
A person who is attracted primarily to members of the same sex. Gay
A term which refers to individuals or groups who “queer” or problematize the hegemonic notions of sex, gender and desire in a given society. Genderqueer
A person who is only attracted to members of the opposite sex. Heterosexual
A range of negative attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or people who are identified or perceived as being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). Homophobia
A clinical term for people who are attracted to members of the same sex. Homosexual
A person whose sexual anatomy or chromosomes do not fit with the traditional markers of "female" and "male." Intersex
A woman who is primarily attracted to other women. Lesbian
This term is frequently used as an umbrella term to refer to all people who do not identify with their assigned gender at birth or the binary gender system. Transgender
The fear or hatred of transgender people or gender non-conforming behaviour. Transphobia
A person whose gender identity is different from their biological sex, who may undergo medical treatments to change their biological sex, often times to align it with their gender identity, or they may live their lives as another sex. Transsexual

Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Crossword

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Crossword
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How many levels of organization are there in the human body? six
Concerns structures that cannot be seen without magnification Microscopic anatomy
The study of the function of anatomical structures Physiology
The study of the functions of the human body Human physiology
The cornerstone of human physiology is___________,the study of the functions of living cells Cell physiology
The study of the physiology of specific organs Special physiology
The study of the effects of diseases on organ or system functions Pathological
Analyzes the internal structure of indivdual cells Cytology
Considers features visible with the unaided eye Gross anatomy
Refers to the study of general form and superficalmarkings Surface anatomy
Considers the sutructure of major organs systems, which are groups of organs that function together in coordinated manner Systemic anatomy
Means "a cutting open" the study of in ternal and external structures ans the relationships between body parts Anatomy
The study of how living organisms perform their vital functions Physiology
Refers to the existance of a stable internal enivorment Homeostasis
What system delivers air to sites where gas exchange can occur between the air and circulating blood? Respiratory System

Early Human Crossword

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Crossword
Description

ice man Otzi
the earliest period of the Stone Age paleolithic
the latest period of the Stone Age neolithic
the study of object to learn about the history of human past life archeology
objects made by huma being artifacts
an amount of food that is greater or remains above needed amount food surplus
process to adapt an animal to live with humans for the advantage of the humans domestication
tools made of stone stone tools
people who follow their food hunter gathers
when people take up specific jobs as their talents provide job specialization