GRADE NINE A HARD COPY OF THE GRADE NINE RELIGION RST IS DUE TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd AT BEGINNING OF CLASS

Students are to do research on a social justice issue and relate it to at least 5 concepts studied in the course:LISTED BELOW You must prepare a 5 page reflection paper double-spaced, letter size 12  Times New Roman. A Title Page must also be included with the title RST, your name, your students number, date submitted, and my name. You must also include a page at the end of your paper with the heading sources. For each source that you use you must list it.   

A list of social justice issue topics is listed below:
Liam: Health Care in States Sicko
Mya: Gender Inequality
Kayley: Abuse Against Women
Delia: enviromental Racism
Natalie: Women Shelters
Kathryn: Poverty in Ottawa
Bhairavi: Women's educational Rights
Quinton: Homelessness
Emma: Mental Illness Ottawa
Jordan: Concussions
James A: Racism
Alyssa: Conspicuous Consumption in Ottawa
Joseph: Napal Social Problems
James P.: Conspicuous Consumption.
Caliegh: Women Shelters In London Ontario
Emily: Shepherds of Good Hope
Taylor: Sexism and Abuse towards women in Canada.
LIST BELOW Your issue must be linked to five of the following concepts studied in the course explaining how they relate to your issue. You can also choose your own by going to the summary pages of each chapter, in your BE WITH ME textbook.
1. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, or they shall be satisfied.
2. Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy
3. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons and daughters of God.
4.Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness's sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
5. Virtue
6. Inclusivity
7. Legitimate authority
8. The Common Good. 
9. Love your neighbour as yourself
10. Preferential Option for the Poor
11. Solidarity
12. Mercy 

TEST REVIEW FRIDAY JANUARY 19TH GRADE 11 U SOCIOLOGY CHAPTER 3 The test will consist of 2 long answer in the Highlighted Red Section and multiple choice for the HIGHLIGHTED YELLOW Section : EXAM REVIEW TO FOLLOW, RST FINAL SUBMISSION DUE JANUARY 22ND

REVIEW NOTES INCLUDING THE HANDOUT ON CHAPTER 3
AUGUSTE COMTE

Schools of Thought in Sociology



Conflict Theory:
Karl Mark

Symbolic Interactionism
Max Weber
The Chicago School
The Looking Glass Self: Charles Cooley, George Mead
Social Imagination: C Wring Mills

Multiple Choice
What influences Social Behaviour? family, culture, gender, media, 
Socialization defined
Categories of Socialization: 1. Primary 2. Secondary 3. Anticipatory 4. Resocialization
Agents of socialization: Identify and explain the role of 
Primary Agents:Family
Secondary Agents: School, Peer Groups, Work Place, Media, Religion 

Exam Review Introduction to Social Sciences Exam January 29th rm 307 8:30 am

Sigmund Freud 
Carl Jung 
Charles Darwin 
Erik Erikson 
Stanley Milgram 
Ivan Pavlov 
Karl Marx 
Howard Gardner 
Emile Durkheim 
B.F. Skinner
Abraham Maslow
Erik Erikson
Elizabeth Loftus
Perception
Donald Johanson
Noam Chomsky
Subjective and Objective Conclusions
Types of Marriage: 
Polyandry
Polygamy
Polygny
Monogomy
Neurotic disorders
Psychotic Disorders
PTSD Disorders
Margret Mead
Social Darwinism
Economic Systems in Anthropology
Jane Goodall
Anthropological Schools:
Cultural Materialism
Functional Theory
Cultural Relativism
Postmodernism
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Cultural Evolutionism
Ethnocentrism
Norms
Agents of Socialization 
Cultural Informants
Psychological Schools
Psychodynamic Theory
Behaviourism
Humanism
Cognitive Psychology
Sociological Schools
Structural Functionalism
Conflict Theory
Feminist Theory
Symbolic Interactionism.
Influences on Behaviour - Sociology
Socialization:
Categories of: Primary, Secondary, Anticipatory, Resocialization

Exams for my classes:

Friday, January 26th Philosophy 2.5 hours
Monday, January 29th Intro. to Social Sciences 2 hours
Monday, January 22nd Grade 9 Religion RST DUE 

PHILOSOPHY EXAM REVIEW ON WEBPAGE

The Content on the exam review will be found on the exam, nothing more. Good luck

Grade 11 U Terms and Definitions AND Academic Articles for Research for Survey. I have posted 34 academic articles relating to 33 relevant terms (2 for conformity #12&13) for your research. Or Look at the terms on my webpage and then you can go to the WEBSITE/BLOG: INQUIRIES, social sciences and humanities found below

YOU CAN FIND TERMS ON WEB PAGE BY GOING ON TO LINK UNDER THE HEADING "TERMS FOR SURVEY AND ARTICLES" POWER POINT AT BOTTOM OF PAGE. ALL RELEVANT TERMS ARE NUMBERED AND CORRESPOND TO NUMBERED  ARTICLES ON MY WEBPAGE. IF YOU FIND THEM TOO DIFFICULT GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE.
MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE SOCIOLOGY PAGE AND  FIRST SCROLL THROUGH THE ARTICLES AND OPEN THEM: ON TOP OF THE ARTICLE YOU WILL SEE "ABSTRACT" THIS IS A QUICK SUMMARY OF THE ARTICLE. ON THE RIGHT OF THE ARTICLE YOU WILL SEE "IN THIS ARTICLE". YOU WILL FIND SOCIAL THEORIES TO BE DISCUSSED, DEFINITIONS AND OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO DETERMINE WHETHER IT IS AN ARTICLE WORTH READING FOR YOUR RESEARCH.  ALL OF THE TERMS BELOW ARE DEFINED ON "TERMS FOR SURVEY AND ARTICLES" ON MY WEBPAGE 

1. Anticipatory Socialization
2.Functional Differentiation
3.Norm
4. Primary Socialization
5. Secondary Socialization
6. Role
7. Acting Crowd
8.Conventional Crowd
9. Expressive Crowd
10. Altruism

11. Classism
12.  Conformity
13. Dehumanize
14. Differential Association
15. Group Think
16. Mass Hysteria
17. Prosocial Behaviour
18. Sanction
19. Smart Mob
20. Social Identity
21. Virtual Community
22. Achieved Status
23. Alienation
24.Anomie
25.Counterculture


26. Cult
27. Cultural Universals
28. Deviance
29. Social Cohesion
30. Social Fragmentation
31. Social Institution
32. Social Mobility
33. Social Stratification


http://www.inquiriesjournal.com/topics/47/sociology


THERE ARE 70 ARTICLES ON THIS SITE ALONE. patrick.white@ocsb.ca

HSP3U Sociology Research Project Created by Ms. Rossiter: RST component created by Mr. White: A) Background Research B) Plan Your Research C) Create the survey. Components A) and B) are due on Friday, January 12th, 2018. Failure to hand them in at the beginning of class will result in a loss of 5% for each outstanding component on the overall RST mark

EMAIL ME IF YOU NEED HELP. Patrick.white@ocsb.ca  I will send you a response through your parents' email.

Choose a Sociology topic to study (related to the course) and conduct primary research using a survey.  Spend time designing your survey with the end-goal in mind.  You will do a practice run with your survey to get feedback from classmates.  Your goal is to identify a relationship between two variables.  Analyze and present your results in a report.  You will be meeting with the teacher prior to conducting your research to discuss things such as feasibility and ethics.  This may be completed on your own or in a group of 2.  You be required to complete the following:
                                                        
a) Locate an academic journal article in which your topic (or one similar to it) has been studied.  You might want to ask the librarian for help with locating these online.  Each group member is responsible write their own summary of the study.  Hand in a copy of the journal article and your summaries with the final report.

b) Plan your research.  What do you want to learn about people?  Who are you interested in?  What demographic do they belong to (the specific sector of the population they belong to. (For ex. Energy Drinks are popular with a younger demographic between 16 and 21 years of age)?  You have some limitations so you will have to work within what is available at school.   Which variables do you think are related?  Consider stereotypes. Have your hypothesis complete before you start the survey. 

c) Create the survey. 10-15 Questions.  Use the tips provided in class. Focus on 2 main variables.  

d) Conduct your survey!   Hand in a copy 2 days before your survey day if you would like the teacher to copy it for you (max. 60 copies).  Decide in advance who you want to survey and the teacher will help you locate these students.  (ex. Gr. 8 French Immersion).

e) Analyse your data.  Write a report outlining each step of the Inquiry Method (1. Did the results support or contradict your hypothesis? 2. Were the results effected by confounding variables. 3. Were the results effected by such factors as the sample size of your primary research or grade level? 4. How do your results compare to the existing body of research  on the topic.5. What other research steps could be taken next by next semester's class? 6. Provide a copy of your survey, visible representation of data [graphs], etc.).  Write a conclusion  about the strengths and weaknesses of your research You may hand in one “group” copy of this.

f) Describe how this survey relates back to Cultural Anthropology and Psychology. Use all chapters for terminology.

For Psychology focus on the terminology found on page 55 and page 198

For Sociology relate your survey to relevant concepts page 92 and page 256. We will be going over these concepts extensively during the weeks of Monday, January 8th and Monday January 15th. 



Hints:     Keep it simple.    
                Consider doing an online survey.
                Base your hypothesis on what you believe to be true based on your experience. Be specific
                ex. Girls will show result x, Boys result y.
Keep your focus when writing your survey and conducting research.  
Keep the end in mind- how will I present the results?
Edit and practice your survey first (use the tips from class).
Be critical- it will save you problems later.
Use the Social Science vocabulary.
Be creative. Students have done plenty of surveys.  Give them a reason to care about yours.
Present your work in a neat and organized way.                                                          
Don’t be afraid to admit that you made a mistake.
Complete all the parts of the assignment.

Hypothesis for sociological survey

VERY IMPORTANT: READ THE EXAMPLES BELOW!
Students are to research examples of good hypothesis related to their field of study for their psychology experiment. What are the criteria that make these good hypothesis? What are some examples of hypothesis and/or experiments that you could use related to your psychological school of thought? When you find a few relate it to the terminology found in chapters 3 and 6 of the text.. Here is a link for Social Research centers across the world  If you decide to do some kind of experiment two basic terms need to used: Independent Variable and the Dependent Variable. The independent variable is the cause and the dependent variable is the effect.
How to form a hypothesis:
The first step of a sociological investigation is to identify an area of interest and develop a hypothesis that can be tested. This hypothesis  can be tested through a survey. An hypothesis is an educated guess about the relationship between two variables.

Surveys to use for sociology:
A survey questionnaire is a list of questions given to a group of people to gather information about their behavior, options, or beliefs. Data is then analyzed with the results being used to show what a larger group of similar people might do, think, or believe.

The Comparative Method: Involves comparing two or more similar groups or communities which are similar in some respects, but varied in others, and looking for correlations

How to form a hypothesis:

The first step of a sociological investigation is to identify an area of interest and develop a hypothesis that can be tested. A hypothesis is an educated guess about the relationship between two variables.
Examples:
You can do surveys on all kinds of sociological issues in a high school: How does cell phone use effect learning? Your hypothesis would be. The use of indiscriminate cell phone use during class has an adverse (negative) effect on student learning.

For instance: a sociologist may be interested in studying relationship between a class of grade 9 students sitting in class; the Dependent variable,  the introduction of indiscriminate cell phone use in ; the independent variable. Students could create a survey for teachers or students in which they honestly assess the impact of cell phone use in the class to their marks in class. Teachers could also provide anonymous information regarding students who are constantly on their phones and those who are not.




Sociology homework for Wednesday Jan. 10th 2018

Summarize:
3.1
Structural Functionalism
Emile Durheim, Durkeim on Suicide
Talcot Parsons https://books.google.ca/books?isbn=1317046935
Herbert Spencer
Conflict Theory
Karl Marx
Feminist Sociology
Symbolic Interactionism
Max Weber
The Chicago School
Charles Cooley, George Herbert Mead, and the looking glass self
C. Mills Wright and Sociological Imagination

3.2
What is social Behaviour?
What influences social behaviour?
Family,
Gender,
Culture
Media
Measuring Social Behaviour
The categories of socialization
primary socialization
secondary socialization
anticipatory socialization
resocialization
Abnormal socialization
Child Abuse and its forms
Feral Children
Isolated children
Agents of socialization
Primary agent of socialization
Secondary"                             "
Peer groups
Work Place
Media
Religion
Chapter 6:
Social Identity and the life cycle
Henri Tajfel: The Social Identity Theory
Role Theory
David Reimer: The Boy who Lived Like a Girl
Identity and discrimination pg 268-275
Social Belonging and Groups pg 276-294
Ethical Issues in Sociology pg. 295-311

GRADE NINE A HARD COPY OF THE GRADE NINE RELIGION RST IS DUE JANUARY 22TH

Students are to do research on a social justice issue and relate it to at least 5 concepts studied in the course. You must prepare a 5 page reflection paper double-spaced, letter size 12  Times New Roman. A Title Page must also be included with the title RST, your name, your students number, date submitted, and my name. You must also include a page at the end of your paper with the heading sources. For each source that you use you must list it.   

A list of social justice issue topics is listed below:
Liam: Health Care in States Sicko
Mya: Gender Inequality
Kayley: Abuse Against Women
Delia: enviromental Racism
Natalie: Women Shelters
Kathryn: Poverty in Ottawa
Bhairavi: Women's educational Rights
Quinton: Homelessness
Emma: Mental Illness Ottawa
Jordan: Concussions
James A: Racism
Alyssa: Conspicuous Consumption in Ottawa
Joseph: Napal Social Problems
James P.: Conspicuous Consumption.
Caliegh: Women Shelters In London Ontario
Emily: Shepherds of Good Hope
Taylor: Sexism and Abuse towards women in Canada.

Your issue must be linked to five of the following concepts studied in the course explaining how they relate to your issue
1. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, or they shall be satisfied.
2. Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy
3. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons and daughters of God.
4.Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness's sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
5. Virtue
6. Inclusivity
7. Legitimate authority
8. The Common Good. 
9. Love your neighbour as yourself
10. Preferential Option for the Poor
11. Solidarity
12. Mercy   


Due Dates for Anthropology Presentation Component #1 Friday Sept 29th. Component #2 Monday, October 16th, Component #3 October 17th, 18th, and 19th

Failure to meet any of the dates below will result in a loss of 10%
The presentation is a worth 80% 20% is based on meeting deadlines and the quality of documents required below. IF ABSENT STUDENTS ARE TO SEND A SOFT COPY TO MY EMAIL ADDRESS: Patrick.white@ocsb.ca
#1. Friday, September 29th: Selection of subject, unstructured and semi-structured questions you intend to use.
Must be type-written with a title page with the title Ethnographic Interview: Subjects name, your name, student number, date, September 29th and Mr. White.  

#2.Monday, October 16th: Interview Transcript verbatim type written of a minimum of 4 and maximum of 5 pages of most important detail relating to the culture you are exploring with a copy of the audio recording or audiovisual recording emailed to me before the beginning of class. A title page stating all of the above information from the initial submission on September 29th must be included, except the date which should be October 10th and the title which will state Ethnographic Interview Transcript: 

# 3 October 17th, 18th, 19th: Presentations   MAKE SURE YOU READ THE ENTIRE POST RIGHT BELOW THIS ONE.