2Round 1:Name the Society Main form of food production involves collecting wild plants and hunting wild animalsThis type of society live a nomadic life and move herds to different pasturesMuch of the economy is involved in providing information and servicesAnimals are the primary source of power to pull plows and till fields; AmishEducation and technology equality and democracy are emphasized in this type of society
3Name the Society Urbanization occurs in this society The kikuyu grow bananas and maize on small plots of land where the farming is all done by handThe Enawene Nawe are a small isolated group known for their fishing techniquesThis type of society is centered on production of goods with machineryThe Berber migrate following the natural cycle of grazing to seek shelter and water
4Round 3:Name the GroupThis type of group has structure, rules, goals, and activities that are clearly definedA circle of friends is an example of this type of group that does not have clearly defined goals or structureAny group with whom individuals identify and whose values and attitudes they adoptGroup a person belongs to and identifies with that has 3 characteristics: symbols, positively viewsthemselves and competes with other groupsGroup where people interact (gossip, flirt, play games, share information) regularly on the Internet: Facebook, MySpaceBonus: (100)Includes all the relationships a person has formed by face to face interactions and web interactionsknow the features of a group: more than 2, interaction, and shared expectations
5Round 4:Roles and Statuses Status that plays the greatest role in shaping a person’s lifeSocially determined behaviors expected of a person performing a roleAssigned status based on qualities beyond a person’s control like race, gender, ageProcess which people go through to detach from a role that has been central to their identity: DivorceWhen fulfilling roles of one status makes it difficult to perform expectations of another status:employee stay home to take care of sick child
6Round 5:Social Interaction Term to describe people working together to accomplish a goal that will benefit more than oneCompromise, truce and mediation are all examples of this form of communication where there is a balance between competition and cooperationOccurs when two or more people oppose each other to achieve a goal that only one can attainDeliberate attempt to oppose someoneMost common form of communication when people interact to receive a reward or return for their actions
7Round 6: Chapter 3 Hodge Podge Concentration of population in cities – movement to citiesThe action of doing something for someone after that person had something for youTerm for different roles attached to a single statusGroup with statuses and roles that are organized to satisfy one or more basic needs of a societyBelieves that people are motivated by self-interests and receiving rewards in return for their interactions with othersBonus: (100)Network of interrelated statuses and roles that guide behaviorPeople in a group who influence the attitudes and opinions of othersSmallest group possible is called what? / or how many?
8To Know Ascribed vs. Achieved Status Role Performance vs. Role Expectation