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Sociology ch. 4

S. DuBois

Social structure and interaction

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4.- Charles Horton Cooley’s tern for a small, less specialized group in which members engage in face-to-face, emotional-based interactions over an extended period of time.
5.Emile Durkheim’s term for the social cohesion found in industrial societies, in which people perform very specialized tasks and feel united by their mutual dependence.
12.a traditional society in which social relationships are based on personal bonds of friendship and kinship and on intergenerational stability.
13.how the various tasks of a society are divided up and performed.
14.- a condition that occurs when incompatible demands are built into a single status that a person occupies.
19.a highly structured group formed for the purpose of completing certain tasks or achieving specific goals.
21.a society in which technology supports a service and information-based economy.
22.Erving Goffman’s term for people’s efforts to present themselves to others in ways that are most favorable to their own interests or image.
23.a set of organized beliefs and rules that establish how a society will attempt to meet its basic social needs.
24.a large, urban society in which social bonds are based on impersonal and specialized relationships, with little long-term commitment to the group on consensus on values
25.a set of behavioral expectations associated with a given status.
26.a situation in which incompatible role demands are passed on a person by two or more statuses held at the same time.
27.a socially defined position in a group or society characterized by certain expectations, rights, and duties.
1.designates someone as social devalued and discredited; it is applied when one’s identity becomes permanently damaged due to poor impression management.
2.the process by which people act toward or respond to other people; the foundation for all relationships and groups in society.
3.the transfer of information between persons without the use of speech.
6.a group that consists of two or more people who interact frequently and share a common identity and share a feeling of interdependence.
7.a society based on technology that mechanizes production.
8.a larger more specialized group in which members engage in more-impersonal, goal oriented relationships for a limited period of time.
9.Emile Durkheim’s term for the social cohesion in preindustrial societies in which there is minimal division of labor and people feel united by shared values and common social bonds.
10.the set of group memberships a person holds; a web of social relationships that links an individual to other people and groups.
11.a social position conferred at birth or received involuntarily later in life based on attributes over which the individual has little or no control, such as race/ethnicity, age, and gender.
15.Erving Goffman’s term for the strategies we use to rescue our performance when we experience a potential or actual loss of face.
16.What social networks provide for us: a sense of belonging, support in the form of helping and advice, a useful tool for entering the labor market.
17.the most important status that a person occupies.
18.the stable pattern of social relationships that exists within a particular group or society.
20.a social position that a person assumes voluntarily as a result of personal choice, merit, or direct effort

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