Difference between society and culture, Science

1. Explain the difference between society and culture.

2. What is the difference between Structural Functionalist Theory and Symbolic Interaction Theory?

3.Explain the difference between Durkheim's definition of a mechanical society and an organic society.

4. Explain the differences between Values, Beliefs, and Folkways: provide examples.

5.Define Microculture, Subculture, and Counterculture : give an example for each and explain why it is an example.

6. Summarize the argument over the influence of nature and nurture on human social development.

7.Define Generalized Other and Significant Other; explain the difference between them and the role of each in the process of socialization

8. Why do sociologists mean by the terms self, core-self, me, and I ? Why are these distinctions important to understanding the process of socialization?

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