Presentation on theme: "Chapter One: The Sociological Perspective. The scientific study of society and human behavior. The science of describing social relationships. It is."— Presentation transcript:
The scientific study of society and human behavior. The science of describing social relationships. It is complex and vast in scope.
What is? How are things connected? Why are they connected in this way?
Term to describe how involved the quality and quantity of relationships an individual has.
The study of the larger world and our society’s place in it.
Term used to describe the state of being/ feeling like “an outsider” – not part of the dominant group on a daily basis. The greater people’s social marginality, the better able they are to use the sociological perspective.
A statement of how and why specific facts are related.