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Sociology 101 Exam 2 Study Guide: Capital, Poverty, Discipline, Gender, Education, & Race
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This document highlights the most important points from Bordieu's Capital Theory, Gans's Poverty Theory, Laureau's Growth Models, Foucault's Discipline Theory (Panopticon), Elam's Schizophrenia Theory, Rosenhan's Psychiatric Research, Lewis and Manno's Educational exploration, Gender Theory, and cumulative advantages.

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Deviance
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These lecture notes on deviance mainly covers formal and informal social norms, deterrence, and social control. The essential components of deviance as determined by Durkheim are defined, as well as the panopticon metaphor. There are four perspectives of deviance that are discussed in further detail: social conflict, strain theory, functionalist, and symbolic interactionist. Crime and deterrence are then discussed with specific theories and general guidelines.

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My Life in a Day - Full Essay
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This is my essay "My Life in a Day" linking 4 communication and philosophical theories to my everyday life experiences. The main purpose is to investigate my selfhood, subjectivity and place within society and culture. First, I discuss how my Facebook usage relates to Foucault’s account of the Panopticon. Second, I interpret the mask I put on during a job interview and my motive behind it through Gergen’s perspective about the multiplicity of the self. Then, I come to identify myself with ...

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Chapter 5 Groups and Networks Completion. 100%
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Chapter 5 Groups and Networks Completion 1. In a sociological study of social networks, a(n) ____________ is a group of two people. yad DIF: Easy REF: Page 146 TOP: Factual OBJ: Dyads 2. In s ociology’s study of social networks, a(n) ____________ is a group of three people. ANS: triad DIF: Easy REF: Page 146 TOP: Factual OBJ: Triads 3. A person who tries to cause problems and drive a wedge between two other people is known by Simmel to be doing what he called ____________. ividing and conqueri...

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