Ch1 What\'s Sociology and Ch 3 Nature of Culture Jeopardy


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Ch1 What\'s Sociology and Ch 3 Nature of Culture Jeopardy

  1. 1. Class of students, religious followers, gangs families, elderly and adolescents 200 Who are groups Jeff Prokop
  2. 2. Any social activity that can be observed or measures 400 What are social facts Jeff Prokop
  3. 3. Even though she doesn’t like it, a student follows class rules so that she does not get kicked out, this is an example of: 600 What is conformity Jeff Prokop
  4. 4. This is the patterned interaction of people in relationships 800 What is social structure Jeff Prokop
  5. 5. These are reasons for studying sociology 1000 What is to understand : How does group behavior influence individual behavior , or cause an individual to conform? How does the group change behavior over time? How can the group be used to change or influence individual behavior? How do events effect individual’s daily lives? How do events and group behavior help a person make decisions about his/her own life? Jeff Prokop
  6. 6. This is a reason people conform 1200 acceptance, emotional response, shared values with group Jeff Prokop
  7. 7. 200 This is a set of assumptions known to be true What are theoretical perspectives?
  8. 8. 400 Through the internet, a nation of people controlled by a dictator learns about democratic governments and then overthrow their leader. This can be explained by the accepted sociological perspective that the idea that one part of society will affect another Jeff Prokop What is functionalism
  9. 9. 600 A group of drivers stop at a red light to let the crossing traffic pass. This is best explained by the accepted sociological perspective that people respond to mutually agreed upon symbols Jeff Prokop symbolic interactionism
  10. 10. 800 Theoretical perspectives found in sociology are based on Jeff Prokop Observation, opinion, research, not fact
  11. 11. 1000 A car company puts unnecessary, but luxurious gadgets on its car because it understands people want to that they have the best, or more than others, this is best explained by the accepted perspective that people compete with one another Jeff Prokop What is the conflict perspective
  12. 12. 1200 In this perspective, the people with the most power are seen as valuable to society Jeff Prokop The conflict perspective
  13. 13. 200 Name 5 the components of culture Jeff Prokop Values, norms, symbols language, and technology
  14. 14. 400 <ul><li>Of the following this is NOT </li></ul><ul><li>A cultural universal </li></ul><ul><li>religious rituals </li></ul><ul><li>rules of etiquette </li></ul><ul><li>Women have primary day responsibilities </li></ul>Jeff Prokop Women have primary day responsibilities
  15. 15. 600 A teacher wants her students to raise their hands before speaking. This is a Jeff Prokop Folkway
  16. 16. 800 Name 3 symbols that represent American culture Jeff Prokop Answers will vary
  17. 17. 1000 The speed limit on CT highways is 65. This is an example of Jeff Prokop A law
  18. 18. 1200 Most adults should enter marriage. This is an example of Jeff Prokop A more
  19. 19. 200 Cultural Trait or Item Family relationship Jeff Prokop Cultural Trait
  20. 20. 400 <ul><li>Which of the following </li></ul><ul><li>is an example of a society </li></ul><ul><li>All Muslim people </li></ul><ul><li>Fans of the Patriots </li></ul><ul><li>Inhabitants of Israel </li></ul>Jeff Prokop Inhabitants of Israel
  21. 21. 600 Believing that your high school is the best, and superior to others is an example of Jeff Prokop Ethnocentrism
  22. 22. 800 A woman in the US wears a white dress in her wedding while a woman in China wears a red dress. This is an example of Jeff Prokop Cultural Variations
  23. 23. 1000 Mexican Americans, Catholic Americans, and New Englanders are examples of Jeff Prokop Subcultures
  24. 24. 1200 Funeral rites or rituals are Jeff Prokop Mores, norms or cultural universals
  25. 25. 200 True or False? the study of sociology can help predict future group behavior Jeff Prokop True
  26. 26. 400 When an athlete holds a clenched fist over his head after scoring a point, she is using a Jeff Prokop Symbol
  27. 27. 600 True or False one reason people tend to conform to a group is because they learned to value the group’s behavior Jeff Prokop True
  28. 28. 800 True or False Cultural behavior is learned Jeff Prokop True
  29. 29. 1000 Cultural Item or Trait Flag of Egypt Jeff Prokop Cultural Item
  30. 30. 1200 Name 3 symbols for “Yes” Jeff Prokop Answers Vary
  31. 31. 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 200 400 200 400 200 400 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 Categ. Time Up Final Jeopardy What’s Sociology Theoretical Perspectives Cultural Understanding Components of Culture A Bit of Everything Jeff Prokop
  32. 32. Jeff Prokop
  33. 33. What’s Sociology? Jeff Prokop
  34. 34. Jeff Prokop Theoretical Perspectives
  35. 35. Components of Culture Jeff Prokop
  36. 36. Cultural Understanding Jeff Prokop
  37. 37. A Bit of Everything Jeff Prokop
  38. 38. Jeff Prokop DAILY DOUBLE
  39. 39. Jeopardy! Final Jeff Prokop
  40. 40. Name 4 jobs related to the study of sociology Jeff Prokop
  41. 41. Social work, criminal justice, education, therapy, counselor, etc. Jeff Prokop