Flashcards in CH5 Deck (31):
______ ______ refer to individuals linked together by one or more social relationships connecting them to the larger society.
______ _____ consists of two or more individuals purposefully relating to each other.
______ ________ are interactions without words using facial expressions, the head, eye contact, body posture, gestures, touch, walk, status symbols, and personal space.
_______ is analyzing life as a play or drama on a stage, with scripts and props and scenes to be played. It is a tool in understanding the interaction process from a symbolic perspective.
_______ _____ is a process by which people hope to create an impression that works to their advantage. It is a tool in understanding the interaction process from a symbolic perspective.
A _______ _____ is a social position in society.
______ ____ are statuses assigned at birth and do not change during an individual's lifetime.
_____ ______ are statuses chosen or earned by decisions one makes and sometimes by personal ability
An individual's status that is most important and take precedence over all others is called a _____ ______
____ are the expected behaviors, rights, obligations, responsibilities, and privileges assigned to a social status.
_____ ______ is tension between roles within one of the statuses.
____ _________ is tension between roles of two or more social statuses.
_____ are units involving two or more people who interact with each other because of shared common interests goals, experiences, and needs.
______ is the state of normlessness that occurs when the rules for behavior in a society break under extreme stress from rapid social change or conflict.
_____ ______ occurs when the individual feels little social bond to the group or society and lacks ties such as family and friends. It is a result of personal despair.
______ ______ occurs when a society or one of its parts is in disorder or turmoil and lacks clear norms and guidelines for social behavior.
_______ ______ occurs when the individual has such a strong bond to a group they they feel more obligations to the group than their individual survival.
_______ ____ are characterized by cooperation among people in close, intimate relationships mostly in micro level.
________ ____ are those with formal, impersonal and businesslike relationships, often temporary, and based on a specific limited purpose or goal.
______ ____ are composed of members who act as role models and establish standards against which members measure their conduct.
An __-_____ is one to which an individual feels a sense of loyalty and belonging.
An __-____ is one to which an individual does not belong, but more than that, it is a group that is often in competition or opposition to.
Max Weber called _________ _ _____ ___ is the attempt to maximize efficiency by creating rules and procedures focused solely on accomplishing goals.
Rationalization of Social Life
_______ ____ are comprised of complex secondary groups deliberately formed to pursue and achieve certain goals.
_______ are specific types of very large formal organizations that have the purpose of maximizing efficiency. They are characterized by formal relations between participants, clearly laid-out procedures and rules, and pursuit of stated goals.
Weber's concept of the _____-___ ________ refers to the dominant and essential characteristics of our modern organization that are designed for reliability and efficiency.
Ideal Type Bureaucracy:
_____ _ _____ is based on technical competence
_______ _______ with channels of communication
_____ ____ and _____ that are written procedures/guidelines
______ relationships based on formal interactions
Emphasis on ______ and _____
Provisions of ______ ______
Division of Labor
Formal Rules and Regulations
Rationality and Efficiency
Weber's _______ ____ includes unwritten norms and the interpersonal networks within an organization.
________ is the feeling of being uninvolved, uncommitted, unappreciated, and unconnected to the group or the society.
_______ is the concentration of power in the hands of a small group.