Lecture Notes for SOC 1004 - Introductory Sociology with Snizek at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:SOC 1004 - Introductory Sociology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2006
  • Civil Inattention
  • George Simmel
  • Positive Sanctions
  • Formal Sanctions
  • Social Situation
  • Normative Standards
  • Afrocentrism
  • Particular Points
  • Particularly
  • Counterculture
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Fall 2005 Soc 1004 Class Notes Chapters 1-4 Chapter 1 Sociology I. Sociological Imagination A. Sociological imagination- the ability to see how individual experiences are connected to the larger society. B. Mills points out, many conditions individuals experience today like poverty hunger divorce unemployment are due to structural arrangements in society. 1. Defining Sociology C. Focus on people living in a social context rather than as isolated individuals. D. Social structure- relatively permanent patterns of interaction and relationships found within a society. E. Sociology is the systematic study of human social behavior, groups, and societies and how these change over time. F. Systematic study, refers to the way sociologist collect, analyze and explain information about human social behavior. G. A group, consists of two or more ppl who interact frequently within a structured situation and who share a common purpose and identity. H. Society- refers to people who live ina spe...

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