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secondary deviance
acting in a way that makes labels true, sticky label
learning things from living in a society with other people - HOW we do this, language influences
material culture
aspects of culture you can see, influenced by nonmaterial culture
erratic retaliation
give as good as you get but don't be too predicable
truth check from reason
truth check from sense perception
truth check from confirmation from others
truth check from whatever benefits you most
grade one thinker
asking questions and trying to answer
grade two thinker
questioning with no answer
grade three thinker
thinking only with your own prejudices
technical components of film analysis
costumes and makeup, editing, sound, photography, acting, direction
literary components of film analysis
script, setting, plot, theme
unconscious classification of world around us, socially/culturally constructed
dedication to reality author
claiming an education author
what constitutes an intelligence author
thinking as a hobby author
evolution of technology/sociocultural evolution author
the social lens author
ruane and cerulo
what's in a name author
my ishmael author
allegory of the cave author
the truman show director
rereading notes - encoding
rhymes - encoding
drawing pictures - encoding type
ways of knowing
emotions, language, reason, intuition, faith, sense perception, imagination, memory
best type of encoding
5 components of exploring perspectives
assumptions, values, set of facts, processes of validation, implications
part of exploring perspectives - real world outcomes, what comes of the other parts
in my ishmael, leaves needs/welfare to the earth/in the hands of the gods
lock and key
taker way of living, cannot get it with money/work (dancing)
my ishmael, someone who takes things from the earth and changes them, TOOK welfare into their own hands
doing something over and over to encode it better
what type of society - main food source is vegetation, nomadic, women gather and men hunt
what type of society - herding and some farming
what type of society - more specialization, pretty big population, permanent settlement
what type of society - factories and making products, an organized government
what type of society - information technology, and you are learnign tech for jobs based around it
dedication to reality
what reading... revise your map, it is not the same your whole life, you can change your mind, ideas, and opinion
claiming an education
what reading... doing hard work in a genuine way is what will help you become educated. no one other than you can do that
what constitutes an intelligence
what reading... there are multiple types of intelligence, as intelligence is not just being able to solve a math problem. there are two overarching types of intelligence - material and nonmaterial (i think, it's in my summary), like solving problems versus creating something tangible
thinking as a hobby
what reading... there are three grades of thinking. grade one, questioning and searching for answers, grade two just questioning everything, and grade three only thinking through the lens of your biases
bloom's taxonomy
remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, creating
the evolution of technology
what reading... there are 5 types of society, as some societies evolve they follow the features of these societies
the social lens
what reading... languages are different across different cultures, and this affects the culture of a society. for example, a culture may have different words for full and empty buckets of water, whereas in english we just call it a bucket
quinn's central claim/theme is... there is no one right way for people to...
karl marx
who thought that a society evolved because of class struggle and revolution?
max weber
who thought that a society evolved through rationalization and new techniques, technology, and ideas?
emile durkheim
who thought that a society evolved through solidarity and social structure?
the allegory of the cave
what reading... there are shadows in a cave, that is all the people can see because of their limited sense perception. when they leave the cave, there is a process of changing their beliefs and ideas, and when they go back to the cave, they have changed a lot
what's in a name
what reading... names are important and have more significance than you think (tbh i didnt read this one feel free to send me a better summary)
two types of knowledge, shared and...
procedural knowledge
three types... knowledge claims, experiential knowledge, and...
knowledge, truth (both big and little t), and...
a symbolic narrative, such as animal farm
a rhetorical technique where two characters engage in discourse, a student/teacher relationship where it's really the author/reader, such as allegory of the cave or my ishmael
classical argument
argument that is relying on facts, evidence, logic, and reasoning to convince the reader of a certain position
toulmin argument
argument that is made up of three parts - claim, support, warrant
rogerian argument
argument where you're not trying to convince, just find common ground
what you are trying to prove, often in thesis statement
assumption or belief that underlies claim and is taken for granted
counter argument
goes against claim, explains and strengthens your argument
to support the thesis, factual/opinions of experts
an assertion, identifies what is going to be argued, explained, or focused on
relating to the thesis, direct opposite, contrast of ideas, such as get busy living or get busy dying (idk abt this one)
shared knowledge
the things we learn in school, for example, are examples of what type of knowledge?
personal knowledge
your opinions and experiences are examples of what type of knowledge?
knowledge claim
the sky is blue is an example of a...
skills/procedural knowledge
biking is an example of...