Sociology test 2
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Sociology test 2
second test of the semester!
the process of learning how to interect in society by learning the rules and expectations of society.
assumings the roles of others and seeing the world from their perspectives.
a process occuring in social interactions. has 3 components 1. how we think our behavior appears to others, 2. how we think others judge out behavior, and 3. how we feel about their judgements
looking glass self.
variation from a set of norms or shared social expectations
rewards and punishments used to encourage proper behavior
the deliberate destruction of an entire racial or ethnic group.
an assessment of status that takes into account a persons income, education, and occupation.
a group in which the members interact impersonally, have few emotional ties, and come together for a specific pratical purpose.
persons that one identifies with psychologically and whose opinions are considered important
a small, informal groups of people who interact in a personal direct and intimate way.
having fewer resources than are required to meet the basic necessities of life.
the view that people with an authoritarian type of personality are more likely to be prejudicied than those who have other personality types.
authoritarian personality theory.
a preconcieved attitude or judgement, either good or bad, about another group.
Overt unequal and unfair treatment of people on the basis of their membership in a particular group.
the situation in which that various ethnic groups in a societ maintain their distinctive cultural patterns, subsystems, and institutions.
a category of people treated as distinct on account of physical characteristics wo which social importance has been assigned.
a category whose members are thought to shar a common orgin and to share important elements of a common culture.
a groups that is culturally, economically and politlcally subordinate.
rely largely on ascribeds statuses
rely largely on achieved statuses
the spontaneour, creative part of the self
the self as social object