social meaning

Subfield Exam: Immigration and Stratification TheorySubfield Exam: Immigration and Stratification Theory
While it is always difficult to ascertain whether policy or social and economic forces are more important in affecting immigration flows and patterns, it is crucial to recognize the fundamental importance of both kinds of influence
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Against the tide final against the tide : making waves and breaking silencesAgainst the tide final against the tide : making waves and breaking silences
To be published in Leo Mos (ed.). Alternative History of Psychology in Autobiography, Kluwer Academic/Plenum
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Kant vs. EudaimonismKant vs. Eudaimonism
Kant vs. Eudaimonism,” forthcoming in Predrag Cicovacki (ed.), Kant’s Legacy: Essays Dedicated to Lewis White Beck
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Trans-Generational Justice – Compensatory vs. Interpretative ApproachesTrans-Generational Justice – Compensatory vs. Interpretative Approaches
The result would be to encourage a shared basis of civic memory – an agreed upon public “narrative” about the problem of racial inequality – through which the fact of past racial injury, and its ongoing consequences
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1988; 1996; 1997a; 1997b; Abel and Reifel 1996; Abor 1917; Adams 1995; Adams 1996; Adams 1990a; Adams 1990b; Ahmad 1992; Alam 1978; Alatas 1977; Albiston 1994; Aldrich 1979; Allen 1986a; Allen 1988; Allen 19831988; 1996; 1997a; 1997b; Abel and Reifel 1996; Abor 1917; Adams 1995; Adams 1996; Adams 1990a; Adams 1990b; Ahmad 1992; Alam 1978; Alatas 1977; Albiston 1994; Aldrich 1979; Allen 1986a; Allen 1988; Allen 1983
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Rocha Rodriguez Monica Rocha RodriguezRocha Rodriguez Monica Rocha Rodriguez
Whereas Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs focuses on traditional gender roles of how to be a woman or a man, the movie Mirror Mirror challenges these gender roles by switching the roles of the characters
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The Changing Life of the People in the High Middle AgesThe Changing Life of the People in the High Middle Ages
Europe. They should also be able to discuss the place of religious practices and attitudes in everyday life. They should also be able to compare and contrast the lives of nobles and the common people
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Sociology 15 2009 handout six: emile durkheimSociology 15 2009 handout six: emile durkheim
He tried to figure out how individual freedom might be reconciled with community. Although the concept of community is often put to conservative political ends, Durkheim uses it in a decidedly non-conservative way
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Stress and Social Change in PolandStress and Social Change in Poland
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Chapter 7: Communication and EmotionChapter 7: Communication and Emotion
Recognize the negative and positive aspects associated with emotional communication
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The Environmental Ethics of Living Jim CrowThe Environmental Ethics of Living Jim Crow
Attention to the category of nature, far from being alien to Wright’s concerns, is central to his argument that racism pervades the African-American experience
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Review of Critical PsychologyReview of Critical Psychology
Mountian, I. (2009) ‘Some Questions around Social Imaginary and Discourse Analysis for Critical Research’
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Wurster Hall \"the sociology taste in environmental design\"Wurster Hall "the sociology taste in environmental design"
Taste now refers to the ability to notice, appreciate, and judge what is beautiful, appropriate, harmonious, or excellent. We can describe a persons taste in music, in art, in clothing, and home décor
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Historical sociologyHistorical sociology
Comte’s conception of sociology included history, in fact consisted largely of analyzing the development of humanity through historical stages. From that point onward, however
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