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11.7: Chapter Glossary and References

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    Chapter Glossary of Key Terms

    Ascribed Status - a social status that is assignment to a person at birth or assumed in the course of their life

    Social Network - social structure made of nodes and their relationships

    Node - The people who are in your social network

    Nationalities/Nationalism - sense of belonging to a particular nation that comes with birth (loyalty and devotion)

    Marxism - the political and economic theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, later developed by their followers to form the basis for the theory and practice of materialism and communism.

    Racialization - the social, economic, and political processes of transforming the population into races, creating the social construct of race.

    Sociologist - The study of development, organization, and functioning of human society.

    Counterculture - a subculture whose values and norms differ substantially from mainstream society

    Rite of Passage - A life cycle ritual that marks a person's transition from one social state to another. 

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