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Chapter 13- Education & Religion

Introduction to Sociology- Henslin Text
Instructor- T. Esguerra
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A _______ leader is literally, someone to whom God has given a gift; in its extended sense, someone who exerts extraordinary appeal to a group of followers.
A religious group so integrated into the dominant culture that it is difficult to tell where the one begins and the other leaves off; also called a state religion.
The sorting of students into different educational programs on the basis of real or perceived abilities.
__________ education laws are laws that require all children to attend school until a specified age or until they complete a minimum grade in school.
Weber's term to describe the ideal of a self-denying, highly moral life accompanied by thrift and hard work.
The ________ Perspective lists the functions of religion as meaning & purpose, emotional support, social solidarity, guidelines for everyday life and social control
_______ _____ the intended beneficial consequences of people's actions.
Robert Merton's term for an originally false
________ _______ is a function of education- funneling people into a society's various positions.
_______ ______ is passing students on to the next level even though they have not mastered basic materials.
Literally, an extraordinary gift from God; more commonly, an outstanding, "magnetic" personality.
The transformation of traditional societies into industrial societies.
________ ________ is the unwritten goals of schools, such as teaching obedience to authority and conformity to cultural norms.
Durkheim's term for things set apart or forbidden that inspire fear,aw, reverence, or deep respect.
________ is teachings or ideas that provide a unified picture of the world.
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________ _______ of values is the process of transmitting values from one group to another; often refers to how cultural traits are transmitted across generations; in education, the ways in which schools transmit a society's culture, especially its core values.
According to Durkheim, one of the three essential elements of religion- a moral community of believers, also refers to a large, highly organized religious group that has formal, sedate worship services with little emphasis on evangelism, intense religious experience, or personal conversion.
A religious group larger than a cult that still feels substantial hostility from and toward society.
A new religion with few followers, whose teachings and practices put it at odds with the dominant culture and religion.
______ is helping people to become part of the mainstream society; also called mainstreaming.
________ _______ is a sudden awareness of the supernatural or a feeling of coming contact with God.
________ _______ is the use of diplomas and degrees to determine who is eligible for jobs, even though the diploma or degree may be irrelevant to the actual work.
________ _______ are privileges accompanying a social location that help someone in life; included are more highly educated parents, from grade school through high school being pushed to bring home high grades, and enjoying cultural experiences that translate into higher test scores, better jobs, and higher earnings.
Ceremonies or repetitive practices in religion, observances or rites often intended to evoke a sense of aw of the sacred.