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SCLG for Final Exam

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A summary of all the weekly online quizzes and answers which will be on the final exam of semester 1, 2016, section A consist of 30 multiple choice questions.

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Sociology Philosophy European people Guggenheim Fellows Continental philosophers Émile Durkheim Sociological theory Max Weber Structural functionalism Culture Jeffrey C. Alexander Pierre Bourdieu
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Sociology Philosophy European people Guggenheim Fellows Continental philosophers Émile Durkheim Sociological theory Max Weber Structural functionalism Culture Jeffrey C. Alexander Pierre Bourdieu
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Prior to this, what had been considered by sociologists as the primary cause of social change The dynamics of class. 2.Michael Burawoy sees the current sociological world as dominated by which of the following perspectives Professional sociology and policy sociology 3.Max Weber argued that sociology should: account for the meanings people bring to their situation. 4.Sociological analysis of any issue or problem is scientific to the extent that it is systematic, by which we mean based on: the collection and analysis of information and data. the making of observations that are recorded and compared with each other. the development of generalisations to explain the data. all of the other possible answers. 5.The German sociologist Norbert Elias looked at the history of: How manners change over time 6.Sociological perspectives, or different ‘ways of seeing...
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