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Chapter 2

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In turn, he resists a conservative tendency to cast social problems as personal problems: unemployment as the failure of individuals, for instance. Are there better alternatives to gathering data? What would you do if you felt now — this minute the house here move, just move a little under your chair? It is a way of thinking. He is trying to carve out a specific and necessary function for the social sciences in the intellectual landscape of 1950s America. There are limited roles that men play, and a day in the life of a man is a cycle through them. If you really want to do a study, you can learn more about the method you want to use by reading up on it or taking a course in research methods or data analysis. The Socs accuse him of being the one that killed Bob Sheldon, and start coming toward him.

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Health and Society (Chapter 11, May Ask

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He no longer felt as if he were in control of his actions. Role Strain : the incompatibility among roles corresponding to a single status. Summary Mills begins by describing the situation of man in the 1950s. To summarize so far: the sociological imagination is important today because it can relate personal troubles and public issues, connecting biography and history, in order to give a complete sense of the specific anxieties and crises in our society. On the other hand, you might not get a complete picture just by looking at the numbers.

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Chapter 9

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For example, Two-Bit gripes about losing his prize switchblade, only because that loss is easier to take than the loss of another friend. Third, what kinds of people does society produce? Which of these other projects should I deprioritise to pay attention to this new project? Instead of assigning seats in advance, they let people choose them as they got on the plane. Which of the following describes the deductive approach to research? He has been pulled in two directions, supporting Darry and listening to Pony. Chronos is quantitative; kairos is qualitative. The cases that we mentioned Allen and Gates lead us to believe that successful people might be successful regardless of whether they finish college, but we would have to conduct a more thorough study to make a determination. But if a society has a high rate of unemployment, then we need to be asking social questions about how and why that is.

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Chapter 9

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If you just look at the numbers, you might exclude these people from your study, yet you might be able to learn something interesting about social life by talking to these people. In order to meet his own potential, Ponyboy must overcome his depression, take an active role in his life, and pursue his goals. I didn't know what he had do with it then, but I do now. You would take one spring from where you sit and land in that clump of bushes yonder. How did Jill Quadagno use historical methods to analyze the ways that people like these children were excluded from the benefits of the New Deal? At lunch one afternoon, Pony, Two-Bit, and Steve walk over to the gas station.


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Chapter 12

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It is the path on which we enjoy the journey, not just the destination. In contrast, people in the third tendency, which he discusses in Chapter 3, tend to over-specialize, collecting a lot of data about one thing without really describing the larger society as a whole. Analysis The lack of control that Ponyboy feels in his everyday life leads to his denial and depression that surfaces in these final two chapters. The meaning is that one should not take things for granted, that everyone needs to continue to look at the world as if it is brand new in order to appreciate it. His ability to see and understand both Darry's and Pony's points of view is what makes his position as mediator painful. Or, historically, the world is in a Cold War; sociology asks, how does this global situation get played out in how people feel and think in their private lives? Qualitative methods attempt to collect information about the social world that cannot be readily converted to numeric form.

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Chapter 12

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Beah notes later that he and the other soldiers become addicted to the drugs, just as they become dependent upon cocaine, brown brown, and marijuana. People with values supported by society experience well-being; those with values unsupported experience crisis; and those whose values are neither supported nor unsupported experience indifference. He promises both to explain their world and to explain how society ought to be studied. An issue is a crisis in an institution, instead of a crisis in an individual. Instead of Darry and me pulling apart, he'd be pulling us together.

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A Long Way Gone Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

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Listen, with your brains and grades you could get a scholarship, and we could put you through college. Pony and Darry chase after him and finally catch him down at the park. To attain wisdom, subtract things every day. For now, Mills outlines three types of questions sociologists tend to ask. From that point on, he has no difficulty identifying the rebels as inhuman enemies to be killed on sight. If we are studying the impact of mood on car accidents, the null hypothesis is that mood does not affect car accidents there is no effect of mood.

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You May Ask Yourself Chapter 4: by Nicholas Barrera on Prezi

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Beah awakens from his nightmare firing his gun inside the tent, emptying the magazine. Face : the esteem in which an individual is held by others Civic inattention : refraining from directly interacting with someone, even someone you know. What would he or she find? Dally really needs to hear them. The writing of this essay has been a catharsis for him. It will be the task of the rest of his book to describe in detail what specifically these questions and answers look like.

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