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How individualistic explanations differ from sociological ones

by | Oct 16, 2022 | Sociology

 

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be a minimum of 500 words, a maximum of 1000 words
include at least 4 – 5 of the terms/concepts from the “When we’re done with this module…” list below
indicate which 4 – 5 terms / concepts by using underlining, bolding or italicizing
follow the formatting guidelines
use paragraphs and be proofread!
always be in your own words
be written for this assignment (i.e., you might develop an idea you began in a discussion, but you shouldn’t be cutting and pasting your discussion posts)
be focused on class readings and class material only. (It’s okay to mention things outside of class. That’s part of the point. But the focus should remain on class material.)
Strong reflection will include
demonstrate your developing sociological imagination/ sociological perspective
include appropriate use of the “social” terms– social forces, social institutions, social structure, social construction (i.e., demonstrates understanding of these terms)
reflect consideration and learning of course material
apply class material to your life or the world around you
use terminology/concepts we’re learning
are well thought out, well written and well organized
are properly formatted
The terms that should be incororated are:
the sociological imagination
personal troubles v. public issues
the intersection of biography and history
the three questions Mills thinks good social science (in this case sociology) should ask
how individualistic explanations differ from sociological ones
society
achieved and ascribed statuses
roles
intersectionality
life chances
social location
social institutions
social forces
culture
values
norms
social structure
the three perspectives (i.e., three theoretical perspectives and their questions)
social construction
how the creation of categories shapes how we think
how culture shapes how we create categories and construct reality
how our historical time period shapes how we create categories and construct reality
how language shapes how we construct reality
the different ways sociologists do research and create knowledge
lumping / splitting
how culture varies across place and across time
the invisibility of culture, how much we assume our culture is “normal” or “right”– ethnocentrism and cultural relativism
nonmaterial (e.g., norms, values, sanctions, language) v. material culture
subcultures

 

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