Sociology Unit 1 Studying society

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1. What is primary socialisation?

  • a group of people who try to influence public opinion on an issue
  • male power and dominance over women
  • the process of early childhood learning, usually within families, children learn basic behaviour patterns, language and skills needed in later life
  • the process whereby the influence of religion in society declines
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2. Official statistics are put together by officials so sociologists have little say on the ______ used

  • few sources
  • trends
  • validity
  • definitions

3. What is sociology?

  • the study of living organism, such as animals and plants
  • systematic study of human social life; groups and societies
  • writing or reporting for newspaper, news broadcasts or the internet and radio
  • the study of behavioral and mental factors of an individual

4. Official statistics are relatively _______

  • statement of fact
  • cheap
  • definitions
  • validity

5. What do sociologists mean by the term socialisation?

  • how the bourgeoisie communicate with each other
  • changing your view on different things
  • the process through which we learn the culture and norms for the society we are born into
  • how we socialise and talk to our friends

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