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HSB4U review 2016
1. Definitions – For the definitions you will need to be able to define the term as well
as apply it to real life situations
Sociology
Psychology
Anthropology
Social Change
Acculturation
Diffusion
Cultural Evolution
Macrosociology
Cognitive consistency
Cognitive Dissonance
Social paradigm shift
Social Change
Culture
Counterculture
Socialization
Demographics
Desensitization
Prejudice
Stereotyping
Discrimination
Systemic Discrimination
Direct Discrimination
Indirect Discrimination
Globalization
Dual digital Divide
2. Social Science Theories
You will need to be identify which theory you can apply to a situation
Functionalism
Learning theory
Behaviourism
Conflict theory
Feminism
Psychoanalytic Theory
3. Social Change Theories
Evolutionary Theory of Change
Cyclical theory of change
Challenge and Response Theory of Change
Functionalist theory of change
4. Adolescence
1.
2.
3.
4.
G. Stanley Hall and his theory on Adolescence
Margaret Mead and her theory on Adolescence
Elkind’s Theory of Adolescent Egocentrism
Charles Cooley’s Looking Glass Theory
5. Review the worksheet on Teen Brain Drain, specifically;
Part of brain still developing in adolescence
Neurotransmitter responsible for risky behaviour
6. Canadian Health and Well Being and the Health Care System
A) What are five components of Canada’s Health Act?
B) How do sociologists think Canada should respond to health care?
C) What have anthropologists discovered about small kinship based cultures and
larger mainstream cultures?
D) What are the barriers to health care?
E) What groups have difficulty accessing health care?
F) What are some ethical issues in health care?
G) What is the Nuremberg Code?
7. Prejudice and Discrimination
1. What are the characteristics of a hate crime?
2. What are the stages of Gordon Allport’s scale of prejudice and discrimination and
give examples.
(You will be given a hate crime to analyze using the characteristics of hate crimes
and Gordon Allports scale of prejudice and discrimination)
8. You will need to know in detail ONE of the following cohorts (you will select a
cohort to describe)
A) Baby boomers
B) Generation X
C) Millenials
9. Why is each group below affected by poverty and what are solutions to reduce
poverty in each group?
A) Elderly
B) Disabled
C) Single Parent Families, especially female single parents
D) New immigrants
E) Minority groups