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Intro to Sociology

Marx's term for the exploited class, the mass of workers who do not own the means of production.
The extent to which research produces consistent or dependable results.
He was concerned with social order. One of his biggest contributions was the concept of "social facts."
A condition in which social control becomes ineffective, "normlessness."
The ability to see the relationship between individual experiences and the larger society
A factor that causes a change in another variable.
The extent to which an operational definition measures what it is intended to measure.
This theorist believed that the roots of human suffering were through class conflict, the exploitation of workers by those who own the means of production. This theorist believed that economics is the central force in social change.
The systematic study of human society and social interaction
The process by which societies are transformed with an emphasis on manufacturing and related industries
He wrote "The Promise." Also where the sociological imagination came from.
Marx's term for capitalists, those who own/control the means of production.
She translated much of Comte's work. She did not receive much recognition at the time as she is a woman.
The idea that the world can be understood through scientific inquiry
A theoretical perspective in which society is viewed as composed of symbols that people use to establish meaning, develop their views of the world, and communicate with one another.
This theorist spent his lifetime studying race relations between African Americans and Whites. Wrote the Souls of Black Folk.
A factor in an experiment that is changed by another variable.
A theoretical framework in which society is viewed as composed of various parts, each with a function that, when fulfilled, contributes to society's equilibrium
People who share a culture and a territory