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SOC 101 1st Edition Final Exam Study Guide Lectures 18 22 Lecture 18 November 13 What is Disability Studies ADA Americans with Disability Act passed in 1990 Prohibited discrimination against people with disabilities Social Model vs Medical Model Social Model of Disabilities Lecture 19 November 18 Film Lives worth Living What rights did the Disability activists fight for Consider the idea of the concept that ability and disability are socially constructed Lecture 20 November 20 Chapter 21 Collective Behavior and Social Movements I Collective behavior II Why people engage in collective behavior Herd mentality Mackay Anonymous in crowds Collective mind LeBon III Social Unrest and circular reaction Park IV Acting crowd Blumer V Blumer s Model of How an Acting crowd Develops 5 stages VI Emergent norms Turner and Kilian VII 5 different types of participants in a crowd Ego involved Concerned Insecure Curious spectators Exploiters VIII Prisoner s Dilemma a person s best interest is not usually beneficial to the collective s best interest IX Public good your consumption doesn t affect other people s consumption e g education roads and libraries etc X Social Movements a Challenge authority and power holders b Challenge the cultural beliefs and practices c Must be collective organized sustained and non institutionalized XI 3 elements of social movement Campaigns repertoire of contention WUNC display Worthiness Unify Number Commitment XII Proactive vs Reactive XIII Prolife and Prochoice are BOTH PROACTIVE XIV 6 Types of Social Movements a Alternative b Redemptive c Reformative d Transformative e Transnational f Metaformative XV Weather Underground Reasons behind Declare War on the US government End the Vietnam War XVI Mass Society Theory XVII Deprivation Theory XVIII Relative Deprivation Theory XIX Ideological Commitment Theory Lecture 21 November 25 Film Berkley in the Sixties 1 Identify the social movements that are emerging at this time in Berkeley as described in the film 2 Identify their repertoires of contention i e methods of protest such as creating coalitions holding public meetings processions vigils rallies demonstrations petition drives giving media statements and pamphleteering etc Lecture 22 December 2 TA Lecture will be on the test Social change and the Environment I II III IV Social change 4 Social Revolutions Gemeinschaft to Gesellschaft Industrial Revolution and Capitalism V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Modernization Karl Marx Max Weber Social Movements often reveal the cutting edge of social change Conflict Power and Global Politics Geopolitics G7 Plus 4 threats to G7 Plus conflict within resurgence of China Ethnic rivalries and conflicts and Smoldering embers of the Cold War The growing relevance of Africa a Untapped markets b AFRICOM marine unit Theories and Process of Social Change A Evolutionary 1 Unilinear Lewis Morgan 3 stages savagery barbarism and civilization 2 Multilinear 3 Cultural progress B Cyclical Theories 1 Arnold Toynbee 2 Oswald Spengler C Conflict over Power and Resources 1 Marx s Dialectical process of history Ogburn s Theory A William Ogburn B 3 processes Invention Discovery Diffusion C Cultural lag D Evaluation one directional and makes humans sound passive Technology Changes Lives A What is technology Tools Procedures Skills It s the artificial means to extend human ability B Technology produce fundamental changes in Production Worker owned relations Ideology Conspicuous consumption Family Relationships Marx argued it led to alienation C Automobile D Microchip E Perpetuating Inequalities F Reduce Inequalities G Economic Growth and Environment Toxic Waste Energy shortage and Rainforests H Environmental Movement Read Chapter 21 Chapter 22 and the two articles


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