How does the Sociological Imagination help us determine why people hold on to th

How does the Sociological Imagination help us determine why people hold on to the Ideologies of homophobia and racism? How do Sociologists use Ethnography as a tool to determine the effects these Ideologies have on different people’s access to Life Chances? How does Ascribed and Achieved status play out in access to Life Chances? How do Formal and Informal Sanctions play out in people’s Front Stage and Back Stage Behavior?
Terms accessible in the following lectures:
Sociological Imagination
Week: Durkheim, DuBois, Social Facts and Research Methodology
Week. Agricultural Revolution and The Age of Imperialism
Ideology
Week: Durkheim, DuBois, Social Facts and Research Methodology
Week: Hegel’s Master/Slave Dialectic and Marx’s Dialectical Materialism
life chances
Week: Durkheim, DuBois, Social Facts and Research Methodology
Week: Hegel’s Master/Slave Dialectic and Marx’s Dialectical Materialism
Week: Social Construction of Race and Immigration
ethnography
Week: Durkheim, DuBois, Social Facts and Research Methodology
front/back stage
Week: Gender & Intersex
Week : Goffman & Deviancy
informal/formal sanctions, ascribed/achieved status
Week : Goffman & Deviancy

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