SOCIAL STRUCTURE SWBAT Define explain the terms given

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SOCIAL STRUCTURE SWBAT Define & explain the terms given in the lesson Apply the

SOCIAL STRUCTURE SWBAT Define & explain the terms given in the lesson Apply the terms to their own lives

BELL WORK/NOTES SOCIAL STATUS- 2/3/15 • Think of your life as a play, what

BELL WORK/NOTES SOCIAL STATUS- 2/3/15 • Think of your life as a play, what different roles do you play? List them & explain why you believe you play the roles you do. • Also take out your chapter 2 review and I will check it in

ASCRIBED VS. ACHIEVED STATUS • Ascribed Status – a role that is assigned according

ASCRIBED VS. ACHIEVED STATUS • Ascribed Status – a role that is assigned according to qualities beyond a persons control • Achieved Status – role that is acquired through an individuals direct efforts • Master Status- the role that plays the most important part in shaping a persons life

PEOPLE OCCUPY A STATUS BUT THEY PLAY A ROLE • Role set- the different

PEOPLE OCCUPY A STATUS BUT THEY PLAY A ROLE • Role set- the different roles attached to a single status • Role Conflict- occurs when fulfilling the role expectations of one status makes it difficult to fulfill the role expectations of another status – Ex. To be a good employee you have to go to work but to be a good parent you have to stay home to take care of a sick child Role Exit- a process people go through to detach from a role that has been central to their selfidentity • Role Strain- occurs when a person has difficulty meeting the roles of a single status

L A T I U C SO STIT IN S N IO • Statuses

L A T I U C SO STIT IN S N IO • Statuses and their various roles determine the structure of society • A SOCIAL INSTITUTION occurs when these statuses and roles are organized to satisfy the basic needs of society – Examples • The Family • Politics • Education • Religion • Marriage

E T I X P I SL • Think back to the list you

E T I X P I SL • Think back to the list you made at the start of class. – Identify which roles belong to the category of ascribed status & which belong to the category of achieved status & explain why you categorized them the way you did – Think of an example from your own life when you have experienced role conflict, role strain & role exit

BELLWORK & NOTES GROUPS WITHIN SOCIETY 2/4/15 • Make a list of different groups

BELLWORK & NOTES GROUPS WITHIN SOCIETY 2/4/15 • Make a list of different groups of people • What are the main functions of those specific groups you listed? Of groups in general?

TYPES OF GROUPS • Formal Groups- a group where the structure, goals and activities

TYPES OF GROUPS • Formal Groups- a group where the structure, goals and activities are clearly defined • Informal Groups- a group with no official structure or established rules of conduct

TYPES OF GROUPS • Primary- small group who interact over a long period of

TYPES OF GROUPS • Primary- small group who interact over a long period of time • Secondary- group where interaction is temporary and impersonal • Reference group- any group with whom an individual identifies with • In-group- the group that a person belongs to • Out-group- any group that a person does not belong to or identify with

GROUP FUNCTIONS • Define boundaries to tell who belongs and does not belong •

GROUP FUNCTIONS • Define boundaries to tell who belongs and does not belong • Select leaders • Set goals, assign tasks and make decisions • Control members behavior – Employ sanctions (essentially punishments) to ensure conformity (behavior that is in accordance with the rules

EXIT SLIP • Identify and describe both an ingroup and out-group to which you

EXIT SLIP • Identify and describe both an ingroup and out-group to which you belong. Be sure to explain why you are a member of the ingroup and not of the out-group and also if the group is formal or informal • List some of the reference groups whose values and attitudes you have adopted