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Grade 12 Sociology
A shared consciousness that people experience as a result of performing the same or similar tasks
  1. Organic Solidarity
  2. Mechanical Solidarity
  3. Social Structure
  4. Teamwork
Grade 12 Sociology
The term used by Erving Goffman to describe people's efforts to control the impressions that others receive of them:
  1. Face-saving Behavior
  2. Impression Management
  3. Status
  4. Sign-vehicles
Grade 12 Sociology
Assumptions about what people are like, whether true or false
  1. Status
  2. Stereotype
  3. Role Strain
  4. Status Inconsistency
Grade 12 Sociology
A large number of people with similar amounts of income and education who work at jobs that are roughy comparable in prestige
  1. Social Structure
  2. Social Class
  3. Sign-vehicles
  4. Social integration
Grade 12 Sociology
The position that someone occupies in society or a social group
  1. Social Class
  2. Social Integration
  3. Status Symbol
  4. Status
Grade 12 Sociology
The behaviors, obligations, and privileges attached to a status
  1. Role
  2. Master Status
  3. Stereotype
  4. Sign-vehicles
Grade 12 Sociology
Conflict that someone feels between roles because the expectations attached to one role are incompatible with the expectations of another role
  1. Role Strain
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Sign-vehicles
  4. Master Status
Grade 12 Sociology
People who regularly and consciously interact with one another
  1. Group
  2. Social Class
  3. Social Institution
  4. Teamwork
Grade 12 Sociology
Analysis of social life focusing on the broad features of social structure, such as social class and the relationships of groups to ine another
  1. Macrosociology
  2. Microsociology
  3. Thomas Theorem
  4. Social institution
Grade 12 Sociology
The organized, usual, or standard ways by which society meets its basic needs
  1. Social Class
  2. Status
  3. Social Institution
  4. Social Structure
Grade 12 Sociology
The collaboration of two or more people to manage impressions jointly
  1. Teamwork
  2. Group
  3. Impression Management
  4. Status Inconsistency
Grade 12 Sociology
The framework that surrounds us, consisting of the relationship of people and groups to one another, which give direction to and set limits on behavior
  1. Social Structure
  2. Social Integration
  3. Social Class
  4. Social Interaction
Grade 12 Sociology
Conflicts that someone feels within a role
  1. Role
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Performance
  4. Role Strain
Grade 12 Sociology
The degree to which members of a group or a society feel united by shared values and other social bonds
  1. Social Institution
  2. Social Integration
  3. Stereotype
  4. Social Structure
Grade 12 Sociology
Items used to identify a status
  1. Sign-vehicles
  2. Stereotype
  3. Status Symbol
  4. Impression Management
Grade 12 Sociology
Analysis of social life focusing on social interaction
  1. MacroSociology
  2. Microsociology
  3. Mechanical Solidarity
  4. Organic Solidarity
Grade 12 Sociology
All the statuses or positions that an individual occupies
  1. Status
  2. Status Set
  3. Master Status
  4. Role Strain
Grade 12 Sociology
What people do when they are in one another's presence
  1. Social Structure
  2. Social Integration
  3. Social Class
  4. Social Interaction
Grade 12 Sociology
The ways in which someone performs a role within the limits that the role provides
  1. Role
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Performance
  4. Role Strain
Grade 12 Sociology
Noting societies are held together through social cohesion; distinguishes between mechanical solidarity and organic solidarity in industrialized societies
  1. William Chambliss
  2. Emile Durkheim
  3. Harold Garfinkle
  4. Erving Goffman
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