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The Sociological Perspective

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Transcript of The Sociological Perspective

SOCIOLOGY
Sociological
Perspective

Structural Development
of Society
Intellectual
Development
of Society
ASK
QUESTIONS
Generate
ANSWERS
Formulate
CONCLUSIONS
Arrive at
GENERALIZATIONS
Theoretical Perspectives
SF
SC
SI
THE SOCIOLOGICAL
PERSPECTIVE

SOC 01.1
PRINCIPLES of SOCIOLOGY
with Environment, Population, Filipino Family Planning & HIV/AIDS Education
Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan
DON ANTONIO VELEZ
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Arts and Sciences
THEOLOGICAL STAGE

METAPHYSICAL STAGE

POSITIVISTIC STAGE
GERHARD LENSKI
Hunting and Gathering Society
Horticultural and Pastoral Society
Agrarian Society
Industrial Society
Post-Industrial Society
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
GROWTH of CITIES
ADVENT of COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Family
Religion
Education
Economy and Work
Politics and Government
Health and Medicine
Religion
VS
Science


Tradition
VS
Rationality


The Enlightenment (
Renaissance
)
SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Rising Food Insecurity
Decline in Peace and Order
Environmental Degradation
Unemployment
Underemployment
Growth of Population
Globalization
etc.

The systematic, scientific, objective, therefore POSITIVISTIC study of social groups involving human individuals in an environment that allows social interaction from which by products of social interactions spring forth.

Sociology allows the understanding of everyday life in a scientifically rooted approach, employing systematic research and other endeavors that which allows the appreciation of social presence and perpetuity.
HISTORY
PHILOSOPHY
PSYCHOLOGY
POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES
ECONOMICS
BIOLOGY
HEALTH STUDIES

INTENSE CURIOSITY
Allows us to:
See the strange in the familiar...
Observe and recognize patterns prevalent in particular practices...
THE STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONAL APPROACH
Structural Functionalism recognizes the unique relationships among variables that which produces specific results. Results that are by products of the roles these variables perform.

This approach contends that all variables are important because of the roles they perform.
STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONALISM:
Society is made up of separate but uniquely interrelated parts whose functions must be carried out for the whole system to work...


MANIFEST
Function
LATENT
Function
THE SOCIAL CONFLICT PERSPECTIVE
Sees society as an arena of ill distributed opportunities and mismanaged and unfair distribution that which allows the prevalence of stratification.
CHANGE
The interest of the
SOCIAL CONFLICT PERSPECTIVE
is to ignite the recognition of society's imbalances... to spark the movement to change...
S
Y
M
B
O
L
I
C
INTERACTION
The
Symbolic Interaction
approach recognizes the importance of social experiences and the personal feelings and interpretations attached to specific phenomena by collective individuals who interact and make up society
The symbolic meanings and their consequent interpretations give this perspective its MICRO LEVEL characteristics.
How do we make sense of these everyday wonders???
The goal of Symbolic Interaction is to understand the meanings behind everyday interaction as a source of truths that hold society together
SOCIOLOGISTS
Being
an
Everyday
role
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
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