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Introduction to Sociology 

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1. What is meant by the term ‘intravidual’? How does the work of Simmel, Milgram, and Granovetter help define this concept? Use specific examples.

2. Williams maintains that social inequality is visible even in seemingly insignificant interactions in a toy store. Using specific examples from the text, outline her position and provide a critique of it.

3. 4. 5.

Describe the labeling theory of deviance. What basic insight about deviance is offered by

 this approach? What is the importance of distinguishing between primary deviance and

 secondary deviance? What is the importance of stigma in labeling analysis?

 Briefly identify the main characteristics of caste systems and class systems. How are

 these systems linked to different kinds of economic production (agrarian versus

 industrial technology)? What are the different justifications for inequality in each case?

 What is meritocracy? How and why do class systems combine caste and meritocracy?

 Illustrate your response with reference to Great Britain or the United States.

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