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Introduction to Sociology Chapter 1
What is Sociology? Definition Sociological Perspective Sociological __________ –C. Wright Mills Sociology as a ________ –Generalizations
SOCIOLOGY ASKS STUDENTS TO:
Historical Development of Sociology
Auguste Comte (French) Studied Problems related to the _________________ Sociology is “most important” science!
Karl Marx (German) Economic Forces Owners v. Laborers Big _______ Struggle __________ Manifesto
Herbert Spencer (English) Society as a _______ Survival of Fittest Social _______
Emile Durkheim (French) Classic Study of _________
Max Weber (German) Society’s ______ upon the individual or group Sociologist should practice “Verstehen”
More Important People Minorities
Harriet Martineau (English) Book on Early US –Economy, law, trade, population, immigration –Class differences based on ______________ Translated ______ works into English
Jane Addams (American) Hull House – Chicago Research on wages, poverty, sweatshops, child labor, immigration ________ Worker
W.E.B. DuBois (American) Studied racial ___________ (blacks) Emphasized _______ Rights Co-founder of _______
Timeline 1890’s - College courses 1895 - American Journal of Sociology 1905 - American Sociological ___________ –(Association) –Lester Ward (Father)
Functionalist Talcott Parsons, Spencer/Durkheim Cooperating Groups __________ Shared Values _________ have a purpose
Conflict _________ Conflict and Exploitation ___________ –Bourgeoisie (Rich) –Proletariat (Labor)
Feminist Focus on _________ inequalities Past research on _____ Ideas of ____ Primarily looks at behavior on the micro- level
How do Perspectives view… ___________?
The Sociological Perspective
The Development of Sociology. Development in 19 th Century Europe Causes: – Industrialization and urbanization caused many social changes and highlighted.
The Early Sociologists Review Quiz!!. Q1: Described social dynamics as forces for change and conflict in society.
The Origins of Sociology
What is Sociology? Sociology is the study of human interaction and the relationships which are the result. It looks at collective behavior, people in groups,
Chapter 1: Foundations of Sociology Foundations of Sociology.
The People of Sociology. Auguste Comte ( , French) Coined the term “sociology” Theory- Societies contain social statics (forces for social order.
O A man who is homeless is ____ O If you do not have a job, you are______ PersonalSocietal.
Developed as a field of study 1800s Several factors led to its creation: Social changes Population growth Housing shortages Political changes.
Examining Social Life Chapter 1 – Section 1.
What is Sociology? the scientific study of social structure (human social behavior) Sociological Perspective: a view that looks at behavior of groups,
Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective. Sociology © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The scientific study of society and human behavior.
Who’s Who of Sociology. Auguste Comte often credited with being the founder of sociology because he was the first to suggest that the scientific method.
Bell Work What is the major goal of Sociology? What do sociologists focus on in their studies?
What factors led to the development of Social Sciences? French Revolution: A new social order was needed Industrial Revolution: Industries were replacing.
SOCIOLOGY A Down-to-Earth Approach 8/e SOCIOLOGY Chapter One Lesson Two: The Sociological Perspective This multimedia product and its contents are protected.
Famous sociologists And Major sociological perspectives
The Sociological Point of View
Introduction to Sociology. What makes you an individual? List ten things that shape who you are
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