CSU SOC 100 - Sociology Notes (50 pages)

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Sociology Notes

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School:
Colorado State University- Fort Collins
Course:
Soc 100 - General Sociology (GT-SS3)

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Unit 1 Sociology 100 Notes Sociology study of what is invisible human behavior in society The sociological perspective The sociological perspective understand human behavior by placing it within its broader social context C Wright Mills studying the link between history and biography External influences our experiences are a part of our thinking and motivation Social location the places people are located in society Jobs income education Gender sex Region Age Race Different things expected of people based on social location March 23rd 2018 Introduction to the Sociological Perspective Sociology in everyday life Seinfeld the close talker Fox s The Swan NFL football fans in Green Bay vs Dallas Culture Boulder vs Greely The social organization of UNC bureaucracy Symbolism of collegiate athletic pride Hook em horns guns up gig em Tattoos with meaning wearing a Trump t shirt or Obama music bands Friend or ally or enemy How do tattoos reflect to symbolism Symbolic interaction Intro to Sociology The Big Three and their Theories Methods Intro to Sociology Objectives Karl Marx Emile Durkheim and Max Weber Conflict theory Functionalism and Symbolic Interactionism Apply all to a social problem Divorce Marx Alienation Durkheim Anamoy Weber Rationalization Levels of Sociological Analysis Micro and Macro Micro social interaction in small scale patterns Symbolic interactionists Face to face conversation Macro large scale patterns of society Conflict and Functional theorists Tax system Access to education 1st Theory The Big Three Sociologists Karl Marx Emile Max Weber Sociologist Karl Marx Theory Conflict Revolutionary Analyzed exploitation of the working class by capitalists He did not consider himself to be a sociologist Do not teach Marx in an honest way presented different than what he really is Social media and society give a negative input to Marxism Class conflict Workers are oppressed by employers Small groups control means of production Alienation being removed from the



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