Sociological Perspective

Sociological Perspective
Why did you take this class?
What effect did your background,
social class, family or economic
position have on your going to
college? (The Sociological
How do you see Sociology being different
from Psychology, Anthropology, or
Sociologically, how can you explain why
single people are more at risk of suicide
than married people?
How do you think the Sociological
perspective can change your thinking?
How are your decisions effected by the
larger society around you?
Can you give an example?
How could you look at the family
from a functionalist, symbolic
interaction, and conflict
The family Example:
What are the Manifest functions?
Latent functions?
How would the social exchange
analysis look at the family?