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Sociology Study of group behavior and society
Andiocentricity Male perspective
Values culturally defined Standards people use to decide what desirable, good, and beautiful
Morays pattern of ideas and acts with great moral significiants (Must Behaviors)
Taboos What we must not do
Laws Moray enforced by legislature
Rules Moray enforced by group
Customs behavior determined by tradition of the people
Folkway less less complusive behavior for routine casual interaction
Depression Generation 1911-1921 high poverty, strive for financial security
WWII Generation 1922-1927 sacrifice for noble good, patriotism
Postwar Generation 1928-1945 a lot of economic growth, conservative
Babyboomers1 1946-1954 women rights,individualism, experimental
Babyboomers2 1955-1964 less optimism, less trust in the government
Generation X 1965-1979 security, independence, informality
Generation Y 1980-2001 physical security,environmental issues, fears
Demographics science of vital statistics of population
Statistics use numbers to understand information
Mode Most common value
Median The middle number
Mean THe average
Correlation two numbers change together that are not related
Causation one characteristic of population change cause change another characteristic
Life Expectancy estimated number of years remaining in a person life at a particular time
Mortality Rate proportion number of people died in population
Infant Mortality Rate number of live birth infants who die in first year of life
Cause of Death Field on the death certificate
Created by: JacobFisher