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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword

1. Head of sociological knowledge

§ 1.1. Sociology as a science

Sociology and other sciences

The definitions of the subject of sociology


§ 1.2. Development Sociology


Background and socio-philosophical premises of sociology

The formation of sociology as a science

Classical Sociological Theory

Russian sociological thought

Contemporary Sociological Theory


§ 1.3. Levels of sociological analysis and sociological paradigms


Levels of Analysis

Sociological paradigms


§ 1.4. Theoretical approaches in the sociology


Functionalism

Conflict theory

Symbolic interactionism


§ 1.5. Case Study


Basic Concepts

The stages of sociological research

Research methods

Research Ethics

Sociological Perspective

The sociological imagination

Chapter 2. CULTURE

§ 2.1. Definitions of culture


§ 2.2. The components of culture


Norms

Value

Symbols and Language


§ 2.3. Culture and Myth


Basic theory

Ideology


§ 2.4. Unity and diversity of cultures


Cultural universals

Cultural integration

Ethnocentrism

Cultural relativism

Subcultures and counterculture

Cultural Evolution

Chapter 3. Socialization

§ 3.1. Fundamentals of socialization

The value of socialization

Nature and nurture

Social communication

Certain situations


§ 3.2. Personality


Personality characteristics

Self

The theory of "mirror I"

The concept of "generalized other"

The "impression management"


§ 3.3. Socialization lifecycle


The life cycle of different cultures

Childhood

Adolescence

Early maturity, or youth

Average age or maturity

Advanced age, or old age

Death


§ 3.4. Resocialization


Chapter 4. SOCIAL GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS

§ 4.1. Social structure

Basic Concepts

Social status

Social roles

Groups

Institutions

Society


§ 4.2. The classification of social groups


Social connections

Primary and secondary groups

Internal and external groups

Reference Groups


§ 4.3. Group dynamics


Size groups

Leadership

Social mankirovanie

Social Dilemmas

Groupthink

Conformity


§ 4.4. Social organizations


Characteristic features of the organization

Formal Organization

The types of formal organizations

Bureaucracy

Weber's concept of bureaucracy

Disadvantages bureaucracy

Management in organizations

Informal entity

Chapter 5. deviations and social control

§ 5.1. Nature deviation

Social Characteristics deviation

Social control

Social effects of deviation


§ 5.2. Sociological theories of deviation


The study of deviant behavior

The theory of anomie

The theory of cultural transfer

Conflict theory

The theory of stigmatization


§ 5.3. Crime and justice system


The law enforcement community

Offense

Drugs and crime

Imprisonment

Totalitarian institutions

Crime in Russia

Chapter 6. Social stratification

§ 6.1. Models of social stratification

Social differentiation

Open and closed systems of stratification

Measurements of stratification


§ 6.2. Systems of social stratification


Slavery

Caste

Clans

Classes

Gender inequality and social stratification


§ 6.3. Theories of social inequalities


Functionalist theory of stratification

Conflictological theory of stratification


§ 6.4. The class system of modern societies


Social classes

The stratification of a modern Russian society

Identification of social classes

The value of social classes

Middle class

Poverty in Russia

Deprivation


§ 6.5. Social mobility


The forms of social mobility

Social mobility in industrial societies

The process of achieving the status of

Chapter 7. racial, ethnic and gender inequality

§ 7.1. Racial and ethnic stratification

Races, ethnic groups and m
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