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In some countries, social classes exist, like Indias Caste system, which determines a persons role and worth in a society. In America, economic social classes exist, like middle and lower class incomes. Society and sociological studies are vast and interesting, so hone your knowledge and get a leg up on the competition by studying our society flashcards!

The definitions from the book society the basics tenth edition

Chapter One, Modern Social Problems

Terms and people associated with the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment periods.

A flashcard set used in Mrs. Makholms Introductory Sociology Class to aid students in learning the major terms, t…

Chapter 6–Society and Social Issues

2.(p.165)Two basic ethical ideals underpin the Caux Principles: honesty and integrity. FALSETwo basic ethical ideals underpin the Caux Principles: kyosei and human dignity. Kyosei means living and working together for the common good, allowing cooperation and mutual prosperity to coexist with healthy and fair competition.

Chapter 13 – Professional and Social Responsi…

Interactions between group members. Problem with groups.

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Unless youre living alone in a cave, you are part of a society. Society is a group of people unified in their beliefs, language, community, or a combination of different factors. In a traditional sense, a society was a group of people who lived close together, but with globalization and the Internet, virtual societies have been formed. Do you know the definition of a feudal society? Typical, sociologists classify society in three categories: pre-industrial, industrial, and postindustrial, which is what we are living in today.

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Chapter 1 – Large Scale Organisation

Side A:1.Egoism states that all people should uphold certain values, such as honesty, that society needs to function. TrueFalse

Challenge & Change in Society (chapters 2 & 3…

– A consciously co-ordinated social unit composed of a group of people, that functions on a relatively continuous basis to achieve a common goal or set of goals

– A field of study that investigates the impact of individuals, groups and structure on behaviour within organizations; its purpose is to apply such knowledge toward improving an organizations effectiveness

Side A:What are the four personality theories?

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Greek Government and Society, Chapter 5, Sec 2

TERMS of Social Interaction and Social Networks

Side A:3.Egoism is a preferred ethical stance from a societal perspective, compared to utilitarianism. TrueFalse

Sociology Chapter 8: Sexuality & Society

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