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What Is Sociology?: Crash Course Sociology #1

Today we kick off Crash Course Sociology by explaining what exactly sociology is. We’ll introduce the sociological perspective and discuss how sociology differentiates itself from the other social sciences. We’ll also explore what sociology can do, and how a concern with social problems was at the center of sociology's beginnings.

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Karl Marx & Conflict Theory: Crash Course Sociology #6

Today we’ll continue to explore sociology’s founding theorists with a look at Karl Marx and his idea of historical materialism. We’ll discuss modes of production, their development, and how they fit into Marx’s overall theory of historical development, along with class struggle and revolution. We’ll also discuss how Marx’s ideas gave rise to Gramsci’s idea of hegemony, and to conflict theories more generally.

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Introduction to Sociology - The Sociological Imagination - Part 1

The Sociological Imagination: Who We Are and How We Got Here - Part 1--This course provides a sampling of problems and methods used by sociologists, with
concrete examples from everyday life, history, and contemporary events.

samajshastra ki paribhasha || समाजशास्त्र का अर्थ,परिभाषा || Sociology || for All Teachers Exam

samajshastra ki paribhasha || समाजशास्त्र का अर्थ,परिभाषा
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ट्रिक्स विधि में आपकी भावनाओ को आहत करने की हमारी कोई मन्सा नहीं है ये सिर्फ याद कराने का तरीका मात्र है |
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हमारी अन्य वीडियो :-
veer Shiva ji || मराठा साम्राज्य

अनिवार्य शिक्षा अधिकार अधिनियम 2009 || part-3

शिक्षा का अधिकार अधिनियम 2009

समाजशास्त्र का इतिहास, अर्थ,परिभाषा

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कोलबर्ग का नैतिक विकास का सिद्धांत

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हल का पुनर्बलन सिद्धांत

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हल का पुनर्बलन सिद्धांत ||Hall's reinforcement theory

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मनोविज्ञान का इतिहास Psychology

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स्किनर का क्रिया प्रसूत अनुबंधन सिद्धांत

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पावलाव का सिद्धांत

थार्नडाइक का अधिगम के सिद्धांत

गेस्टाल्टवाद का सिद्धान्त

बंडूरा का सामाजिक अधिगम के सिद्धांत

मनोवैज्ञानिक व उसके महत्वपूर्ण सिद्धांत

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व्यक्तित्व PART -4| Personalities | व्यक्तित्व मापने की विधियाँ

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व्यक्तित्व PART -3| Personalities | व्यक्तित्व मापने की प्रक्षेपण विधियाँ | vyaktitav

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शैक्षिक प्रबंधन की अवधारणा ,अर्थ,विकास,परिभाषाए

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Education Psychology -1 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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Education Psychology -2 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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Education Psychology -3 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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Education Psychology -4 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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Education Psychology -5 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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Education Psychology -5 | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान| shiksha manovigyan अर्थ, परिभाषाएं, विशेषताएं व विधियाँ

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बुद्धि –अर्थ‚ विशेषताएं एवं प्रकार | चिंतन/मूर्त/अमूर्त बुद्धि | Intelligence | Psychology tricks |

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सामाजिक कौशल | samajit koushal | शिक्षण कौशल

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Habit | आदत | aadat | शिक्षा मनोविज्ञान | for UPTET,CTET,TGT, शिक्षक भर्ती ANY TET |Psychology trick

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शिक्षाशास्त्र | पेडगोगी | pedagogy

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रुचि या अभिरुचि | interest | Psychology tricks |

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Gk Tricks Hindi | Indian Geography | Part-1 | bharat ka bhogol | TET, UPSC,IAS/PCS, UPPCS, SSC, BANK

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Gk Tricks Hindi | Indian Geography | Part-2

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Indian Geography part -3 || हिमालय का भौगोलिक विभाजन

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Indian Geography part -4 | भारत का मैदानी भाग और मरुस्थल

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Indian Geography part -5 | भारत के प्रमुख पठार व् द्वीप समू

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शिक्षण अधिगम | shikshan adhigam |part-2

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Growth & Development | अभिवृद्धि एवं विकास part 1

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Growth & Development |Part-2| बाल्यावस्था विकास की अवस्थाएं

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राजस्थान के भौतिक प्रदेश||राजस्थान के भौतिक विभाग||Rajasthan ke bhotik vibhag

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मनोविज्ञान- व्यक्तित्व PART -1| Personalities |


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मनोविज्ञान- व्यक्तित्व PART -2| Personalities

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Psychology for UPTET/DSSSB/CTET/REET ||बुद्धि के सिद्धांत ki tricks

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samayojan psychology in hindi || समायोजन || gk short tricks

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adhigam ke siddhant in tricks || अधिगम के सिद्धांत
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SOCIOLOGY - Émile Durkheim

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Sociology Research Methods: Crash Course Sociology #4

Today we’re talking about how we actually DO sociology. Nicole explains the research method: form a question and a hypothesis, collect data, and analyze that data to contribute to our theories about society.

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What is sociology?

In this introduction to the discipline of sociology, Dr. Lori Peek overviews the focus, history and approach of sociological inquiry. She defines sociology as the systematic study of society, and the sociological perspective as one that analyzes patterns of individual experience. She identifies several foundation thinkers, including Comte, Marx, Weber and Durkheim, and describes the major theoretical approaches that derive from them. She also focuses on methodological aspects of sociology, defining the scales at which sociologists work and the differences between quantitative and qualitative data gathering and analysis. She highlights some key sociological concepts, including structure and agency, social stratification and inequality. She ends by discussing the future of sociology, and highlights the move toward interdisciplinary work and new methodologies to address wicked problems.

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Sex & Sexuality: Crash Course Sociology #31

While sociology is a social science, we can use it to explore some intensely personal, private things. Today we’ll explore what sociology can tell us about sex and sexuality. We’ll also see what the three sociological paradigms have to say about sexuality and sexual orientations.

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References:
Sociology by John J. Macionis, 15th edition (2014)

The Williams Institute: How Many People are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender?

Fausto-Sterling, Ann. Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality (2000)

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COLLEGE SERIES: WHY I CHOSE MY MAJOR || SOCIOLOGY

Hello everybody!!

Today I wanted to film a video that will kick off my college series! This is all about what it's like to be a Sociology Major and what kind of classes I take and such like that!

I really hope that these videos are helpful for any of you who are in high school or undecided in college!

Picking a major is tough, believe me, but hopefully these videos will help you make the right decision :)

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An introduction to the discipline of Sociology

What is Sociology and why should we study it? This short video from Macat explains how the subject has developed over the years and introduces some of the key ideas and major thinkers who have helped to shape it in only a few minutes.

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Crime: Crash Course Sociology #20

We’ve talked about deviance more broadly, but today we’re focusing on crime, specifically in the US. We’ll start with legal definitions of crime and use FBI data to get an idea of the amount and kinds of crime committed in the US. We’ll also use that date to paint a demographic picture of who gets arrested, and explain why that’s not necessarily a full look of who commits crime. We’ll also discuss society’s response to crime in the criminal justice system, and how that response has resulted in mass incarceration.

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A/A* SOCIOLOGY A LEVEL ADVICE & TIPS (BAD B**CH EDITION) | IBZ MO

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LSE Sociology: Are There Any Right-Wing Sociologists?

Featuring academics from the Department of Sociology at the LSE, ‘Sociology: Are There Any Right-Wing Sociologists?’ is a 4-minute film about the study of sociology. The film considers sociology, as a discipline, from an epistemological perspective, exploring whether sociology can ever really be considered ‘left’ or ‘right’ wing.

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Race & Ethnicity: Crash Course Sociology #34

What’s the difference between race and ethnicity? Today we’ll look at how definitions of races and ethnicities have changed over time and across places. We also discuss the terms minority and minority-majority and how races are defined in the United States.

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References:
Sociology by John J. Macionis, 15th edition (2014)

Ancestry: Who do you think you are?

US Census on Race

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Sociological Imagination

This video is an introduction of C. Wright Mills concept of the sociological imagination. Understanding and being able to exercise the sociological imagination helps us understand the relationship between the individual and society. Mills focuses on the distinction of personal troubles and public issues. For example, exercising is not just a personal behavior but is vastly influenced by society. The example of obesity in the United States is used to help explain this concept. Further examination of the sociological imagination can be found on page 6 in the text Sociology 2e by OpenStax College.

Symbols, Values & Norms: Crash Course Sociology #10

What exactly is culture? This week we’re going to try to answer that, and explain the difference between material and non-material culture. We’ll look at three things that make up culture: symbols, values and beliefs, and norms. We’ll explore Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (and some of its problems) and how language influences culture. Finally, we’ll talk about the three types of norms – folkways, mores, and taboos – which govern our daily life.

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