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Introduction to

Sociology

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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY......................................................................... 1 WRITERS............................................................................................................... 6 LAUNCH.................................................................................................... 7 What is Sociology?............................................................................................................... 7 History.................................................................................................................... 8 Sociology and also other Social Sciences.................................................................... 11 Sociology Today...................................................................................................................... 13 Technology as well as the Social Savoir.................................................................................................................. 13 Sources............................................................................................................. 13 External links........................................................................................................ 14 SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS.................................................................................. 15 Advantages........................................................................................................... 15 The Development of Social Scientific research...................................................................... 16 The Scientific Method............................................................................................ 17 Relationship and Causing.................................................................................... 21 Quantitative and Qualitative................................................................................. 23 Goal vs . Crucial.............................................................................................. 24 Integrity...................................................................................................................... 24 What Can Sociology Tell Us?................................................................................ twenty-five Notes..................................................................................................................... twenty six References............................................................................................................ dua puluh enam External Links...................................................................................................... 26 BASIC SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY.................................................................... 27 Launch.......................................................................................................... 27 Structural-Functionalism...................................................................................... 28 Discord Theory..................................................................................................... 30 Symbolic Interactionism....................................................................................... 31 Position Theory............................................................................................................ 32 Social Constructionism......................................................................................... 34 Integration Theory................................................................................................ thirty four Notes...................................................................................................................... thirty-five References...

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groups and categories likewise facilitates patterns and actions (Hogg 2003). An example can help

explain this kind of idea: