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PSU SOC 001 - Exam One Review

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ECON 104 1st Edition Lecture 8Outline of Last Lecture I. Clicker QuestionsII. Recap of Chapter OneIII. Chapter Three Reading AssignmentOutline of Current Lecture II. Review for Exam on Mondaya. Clicker questionsb. Four Factors in the Development of Sociologyi. Enclosureii. Industrial revolutioniii. Colonialismiv. Political changeCurrent LectureExam Review Session- Factors in the development of sociology as a disciplineo Enclosureo Industrial revolutiono Colonialismo Political changeo ***All four factors led to unprecedented social change Led to awareness that there are other ways to do things- Clicker Question 1: Which of the following was a factor leading to the development of sociology?o Enclosure - Enclosure: making (formerly) public grazing lands “off limits” to peasantso Ended a way of lifeo Drove people off farmland, to cities- Industrial revolution: o Mass production of goodso Extensive power requirementso Led to intense environmental damage and lots of jobs in cities  result = economical mobility in cities and deterioration of environmento Everything was covered in black soot; pollution was everywhere- Colonialismo Ex. Cook in Tahiti; huge culture shock o a societal levelThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.o “Come to the New World! It’s uninhabited!!”o Bringing one culture and way of living and then going to a new environment (with its own culture) and trying to take over; not seeing those as different from us as people, butwild animals that act in nonsense- Clicker Question 2: In the development of sociology as a discipline, Colonialism was mostly important because it demonstrated…o That people could be very different- Political Revolution: o “If there’s no divine right, what, then, exactly, do hold society together?”o Starting to go against the church and the belief that God gave Kings the Divine Right to rule over others; became skeptical and questioning- Clicker Question 3: Which of the following was a factor leading to the development of sociology?o Technological and political change resulting from


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