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Students will explain the origins of sociology and the sociological perspective, and how sociology relates to the other social sciences. Explain sociology, sociological perspective, and the sociological imagination. Describe the origins of sociology as a social science and the significance of its historical framework. Explain the relationship of sociology to the other social sciences. Identify careers where sociological knowledge is applicable.
Students will explain the research methodologies used in sociology. Identify the major research methods used in sociology. Explain how various methods are used to conduct research in sociology. Evaluate the strengths and weakness of the methods of sociology research. Explain the importance and influence of ethics in guiding research and data collection in sociology.
Students will explain the major theoretical perspectives in sociology. Explain and apply the theoretical perspectives of Structural Functionalism, Symbolic Interaction, and Conflict Theory. Compare and evaluate the theoretical perspectives of Structural Functionalism, Symbolic Interaction, and Conflict Theory.
Students will explain the development and importance of culture. Describe how culture is a social construction. Identify the basic characteristics of culture. Explain the importance of culture as an organizing tool in society. Describe the components of culture to include language, symbols, norms, and values.
Students will evaluate how cultures develop and evolve. Explain cultural change and diversity include ethnocentrism, cultural relevance, folk culture, pop culture, counterculture, subculture, and culture shock. Compare material and nonmaterial culture. Analyze the impact of globalization on US and other world cultures
Students will analyze social structure and interaction within society. Explain the components of social structure; include status, role and social institutions. Describe and compare various types of societies. Categorize groups within a society by comparing primary and secondary groups, in and out groups, reference groups, and social networks. Analyze the components, varieties, and functions of group dynamics; include such factors as group size, leadership and authority, and such processes such as bystander effect and groupthink. Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of formal organizations and bureaucracies.
Students will explain the process of socialization. Identify and describes the roles and responsibilities of an individual in society. Analyze the individual development theories of Cooley and Mead. Identify and evaluate the stages of socialization; include childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death/dying. Evaluate the factors that socialize the individual; include family, peers, education, media, and religion. Analyze how individuals are socialized by gender and race/ethnicity.
Students will analyze deviance in society. Explain the socially constructed nature of deviance. Explain the relationship of social control and power in society. Analyze the causes of deviant behavior. Explain the impact of deviance on society.
Students will analyze the impact of social control on deviance in society. Explain theories of social control; include control and labeling theories. Explain conformity in relationship to deviance and social control. Describe adaptation, cooperation, accommodation, and competition in the context of social control.
Students will analyze the function of social institutions as agents of social control across differing societies and times. Analyze the function of social institutions in society; include family, education, religion, economy, government/politics, health care, and media. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of various social institutions. Evaluate other possible social institutions such as sports and science. Analyze the functions and inequalities of the criminal justice system in relationship to a societys construct of crime and punishment. Explain the role of total institutions. Analyze the resocialization process.
Students will analyze forms of social inequality. Explain how unequal distribution of power and resources affect the life chances of individuals in that society. Analyze the sources and effects of stratification on the basis of social class, race and ethnicity, gender, age, and emotional, mental, and physical disabilities. Analyze the sources of global stratification and inequality. Evaluate the impact of global stratification and inequality on global relations
Students will analyze social change processes in a society. Describe the various forms of collective behavior. Explain the impact of globalization on social change. Evaluate the impact of technology on social change. Analyze the impact of demographic changes and changes in settlement patterns on a society. Sociology Social Studies Georgia Performance Standards Georgia Department of Education Page 4 of 9 Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Social Studies Skills Matrices MAP AND GLOBE SKILLS GOAL: The student will use maps to retrieve social studies information: indicates when a skill is introduced in the standards and elements as part of the content D: indicates grade levels where the teacher must develop that skill using the appropriate content M: indicates grade level by which student should achieve mastery, the ability to use the skill in all situations A: indicates grade levels where students will continue to apply and improve mastered skills Map and Globe Skills K 1 2

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