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SOC 101 T#2 GPRE

Terms from T2 - Groups/Politics/Religion/Education

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Missing Terms in this section AUTHORITARIANISM, AUTHORITY, EXPRESSIVE LEADERSHIP, INSTRUMENTAL LEADERSHIP, PRIMARY GROUP, REFERENCE GROUP, SECONDARY GROUP, POWER, SOCIAL CHANGE, SOCIAL MOVEMENT, TERRORISM, EDUCATION, SCHOOLING
oligarchy the rule of the many by the few.
charisma extraordinary personal qualities that can infuse people with emotion and turn into followers
war organized, armed conflict among the people of two or more nations, directed by their governments
pluralist model an analysis of politics that sees power as spread among many competing interest groups
out group a social group toward which a person feels a sense of competition or opposition
monarchy political system in which a single family rules from generation to generation
Credentialism Basing judgments off of their documentation rather than what they can actually do
Religion a social institution involving beliefs and practices based on recognizing the sacred
Democracy a political system that gives power to the people as a whole
Bureaucracy an organizational model rationally designed to perform tasks efficiently
state terrorism violence without government support
profane occuring as an ordinary element of everyday life
sacred set apart as extraordinary inspiring awe and reverence
politics the social institution that distributes power, sets a society's goals, and makes decisions
power elite model an analysis of politics that sees power as concentrated among the rich
in group social group toward which a member feels respect and loyalty
Created by: eduktd