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Introducing Sociology

Introducing Sociology

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Published by John Nicer Abletis

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Published by: John Nicer Abletis on Apr 20, 2012
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SOCIOLOGY
An overview
Prepared by John N. Ableti
 
Society and Culture
“Societies are
self-perpetuating groups of peoplewho occupy a given territory and interact with oneanother on the basis of sharedculture
” (Bryjak &
Soroka, 2001, p. 65)
Culture 
is a people‟s way of life or social heritage
and includes values, norms, institutions, andartifacts that are passed from generation to
generation by learning alone” (Ibid, p. 31)
 
Sociocultural System
The field of culture is the primary concern ofAnthropology
, yet “the experience of sociologicaldiscovery could be described as „culture shock‟minus geographical displacement” (Berger, 1963,
 
Social Structures
patterned, recurring social relationships
Small groups [primary concern ofsocialpsychology]
Formal organizations
Social institutions
Society

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