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Prof. Aldo La Rovere Abilità di lettura English through Sociology Fasi di studio consigliate ai meno esperti 1.Ascolto di una definizione.

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2 Prof. Aldo La Rovere Abilità di lettura English through Sociology Fasi di studio consigliate ai meno esperti 1.Ascolto di una definizione 2.Riascolto della definizione 3.Riascolto della definizione con pause intermedie per la ripetizione ad alta voce, da parte del candidato, della parte della definizione ascoltata 4.Come la fase precedente, fino ad una discreta acquisizione della pronuncia del testo che si legge 5.Come le fasi precedenti per le altre definizioni

3 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A Glossary of Social Sciences English through Sociology Lettura delle definizioni incluse nella categoria semantica: Group Organization Race Science Economy Beliefs (mixed items)

4 Prof. Aldo La Rovere Two or more people who interact with each other in patterned ways and are identified as members. English through Sociology Category: GROUP group

5 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A group of individuals related to one another by blood ties, marriage or adoption. English through Sociology Category: GROUP family

6 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A group of people who live in a particular territory, are subject to a common system of political authority, and share a common culture. English through Sociology Category: GROUP society

7 Prof. Aldo La Rovere Groups organized to pursue specific interests in the political arena. English through Sociology Category: GROUP interest group

8 Prof. Aldo La Rovere An informal group of individuals that engage in common activities, many of these activities may be outside the law. English through Sociology Category: GROUP gang

9 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A broad extended kin group found in many pre-industrial societies. English through Sociology Category: GROUP clan

10 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A section of a city occupied predominantly by members of a single racial or ethnic group, usually because of social or economic pressure. English through Sociology Category: GROUP ghetto

11 Prof. Aldo La Rovere Socio-economic differences between groups of individuals which create differences in their life chances and power. English through Sociology Category: GROUP class

12 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A social class roughly composed of the more affluent members of society, especially those who have great wealth, control over businesses or hold large numbers of stocks and shares. English through Sociology Category: GROUP upper class

13 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A group of people who share a common sense of identity and interact with one another on a sustained basis. English through Sociology Category: GROUP community

14 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A large group of individuals that is formally organized for the purpose of attaining a goal. English through Sociology Category: GROUP organization

15 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A large grouping of people who are organized to bring about, or to block, a change in the socio-cultural system. English through Sociology Category: GROUP social movement

16 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A body of people belonging to an established religious organization. English through Sociology Category: GROUP church

17 Prof. Aldo La Rovere A specific position that an individual occupies in a group, such as leader or follower; doctor or nurse; mother or son, student or professor. English through Sociology Category: GROUP status

18 Prof. Aldo La Rovere Next Category: Organization


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