Role Mobility is the individuals shifting from role to role. groups. Have fun and good luck! This is an example of _________ Society, culture, and politics as conceptual tools in the analysis of social behaviour and interactions 2. change their social standing. reflects their perceived social standing. Children of sultans and datus are Technology is the application of knowledge for achieving practical goals in a reproducible way. 82% found this document useful (22 votes), 82% found this document useful, Mark this document as useful, 18% found this document not useful, Mark this document as not useful, Save UCSP11_ADM_Q1-6_M6_2020_v.1.0 For Later, _imorstkimfic Luaturo \hlfoty kim Phaftfls, stktos tdkt2 Ih lhpyrfcdt sdkaa sujsfst fi kiy whrg, he tdo Chvorinoit he tdo Pdfafppfios. <> Wealth may refer to money, properties, and similar tangible resources. Thus, people in society continue to move up down the status scale. C. Fabrigon, PhD Cand, Project Director: Ronald B. Mactal, PhD. This kind of gambling was being brought in the Philippines during the Spanish colonization. Culture, Conservation, and Land Use (GEO 6337) 3 credits Course considers relationship between humans and environment with emphasis on current cultural practices and ideologies concerning preservation and consumption from both local and global perspectives. Proofreader : Janeth U. Sarsuelo satisfactory level of education. Write TRUE if it is correct, otherwise paper. Kerbo, Harold R. (1991). Criteria Score Directions: Read very carefully the questions below and choose the letter that Author: Marybeth Nudas Garcia, T-II Editor: SDO La Union, Learning Resource Quality Assurance Team, Mario B. Paneda, Ed.D., EPS in Charge of Araling Panlipunan, Belen C. Aquino, Ph.D., EPS in Charge of English, ATTY. Social Inequality STUDY WILL understanding culture, society and politics quarter module ethnocentrism and cultural relativism understanding culture, society, and politics grade Skip to document Ask an Expert Housing, clothing, and transportation indicate social status, as do hairstyles, taste in accessories, and personal style. The Padayon Certain tasks in society are more valuable than others. Your answers will be scored based on the Statuses are not the same. receives. What Is Social Stratification, and Why Does It Matter?? Telefax: (02) 634 1054 or 634 1072, E-mail Address: / Choose your answer in the box. For example, the Module 1 refers to integrity as "consistency between beliefs, decisions and actions, and . Directions: Write your answer in your activity notebook. The higher or lower positions that come about through social stratifications are called statuses. It may It is precisely because of social stratification that people tend to live, work, and associate with others like themselves, people who share their same income level, educational background, or racial background, and even tastes in food, music, and clothing. Sociology. Understanding the concepts of anthropology, sociology, Nature goals and perspective anthropology, sociology and political science, Chapter 3: Looking back at human bio cultural and social evolution. stratification/ Karl Maxx looked at it in terms wealth produced in relation to the ownership, of means of production. Rather, it examines the differences that stratification makes for peoples lifestyles and their interaction with other people. This analysis strives to explain how peoples social standing affects their everyday interactions. major estates in Europe nobility, clergy, and the The theory posits that social stratification represents the inherently unequal value of different work. Occupation. temporary house (wood and fair in appearance and construction), and In the Philippines, the children of Ayalas and the Zobels have ascrived statuses (Zulueta, 2006). After going through this lesson, you are expected to examine the concept, characteristics and forms of stratification systems using sociological perspective. At a minimum, they can heavily influence the law, the media, and other institutions in a way that maintains societys class structure. Are you Types of house dwellings. in the first place. Learning Area: Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics. In the previous lesson, you have examined the functions and importance of All societies of any size, large or small have a social structure. Semi- presidential republics view complete results in the Gradebook and Mastery Dashboards, automatically assign follow-up activities based on students scores. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley The biological changes that man has gone through as a species is called________. | Y:&c4K\!Ps9|MO@AP^Q@Z/YZ qbyG|4b5QxJ-X%"4t3+Dg)o[% K S/924EknS mk~?pmfhB|;RyVx(pD/;e,kFbZIij:Zo>] i. This video lesson is based on the Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics Modules of SDO Pampanga. In an open system, every individual is societies from the simple to the most complex have some form of social inequality. SSG president (Balea et., 2016). You did nothing to earn these statuses; you have no control over these characteristics and no opportunity or chance to choose your family, your sex, and your race. FALSE. As one of the key drivers in the implementation of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, culture ensures a people-centered and . After, forming a word, please write the meaning of the word you. levels. rights and obligations are ascribed or on her birth into a particular group. People interact more freely with those people belonging to the same ethnic category. The class structure is an open system. C. The terms social stratification and social class mean the same thing Answer Key_Grade 12-Understanding Culture,Society,and Politics_Quarter 1-Module 2 Hi guys!Welcome to my channel!Please Subscribe and hit the notification bel. Consistent with its micro orientation, symbolic interactionism tries to understand stratification by. class than the Filipinos or the natives whom they called as Indios. In the middle ages there are three (3) Stratification. Which of the following defines social stratification? persons abilities or performance. perspectives. Culture is in the blood and inherited from your parents. residence, eviction, dispossession of unwanted people, and permit social Write your answers in a separate sheet of paper. small business, skilled workers, semi skilled workers, and unskilled ACTIVITY 2: Exhibit Directions: The teacher will conduct a one-day exhibit on the student learning outputs about society and culture which will be evaluated by 3 judges. False. Understanding Culture, Society and Politics. gender,class and age, and distributes social rewards accordingly. may be also a forced migration which include forced relocation or Culture rests on certain features of human biology. A. stratification? Manila, Philippines: Purely Books Trading and Publishing Corp. Balea, Ederlinda D. A. A culture produces a degree of consistency in behavior and thought among the people who live in a particular society. Symbolic interactionism examines stratification from a micro-level perspective. Partial preview of the text. Publishing. Power, prestige and wealth are also attached to Functionalism, Here are some enrichment activities for you to work on behavior of people in the society. In an open system, every individual is provided equal opportunities to compete for the role and status derived regardless of gender, race, religion, family background and political inclination. Ayalas, Sorianos, Zobels, Villars, that person is regarded as belonging SAT Vocab 800 can serve as the foundation for an ideal SAT vocabulary course, whose lessons can be spread over a twenty-week period. (True) or F (False). Geographical Mobility is otherwise known as physical mobility. residence is located in Forbes Park, White Plains, squatter area, open.lib.umn/sociology/chapter/8-1-systems-of-stratification/ may come about through ones occupation, marrying into a certain But the societies differ from each other to and active as a campus student leader. Different societies have different explanations of why people should be 3. They do not allow people to shift levels and do not permit social relationships between levels. D. social mobility. groups. In all societies people differ from each other on the basis of their age, sex and personal characteristics. B. Intergenerational mobility The most critical element of cultural traditions is their transmission through learning rather than biological inheritance. Does social stratification affect life chances of an invidual? There are some people that are treated in another way because of the social en.wikipedia/wiki/Conflict_theories, slideshare/happynezzabolongaita/ucsp-social-and-political-stratification, Copyright 2023 StudeerSnel B.V., Keizersgracht 424, 1016 GC Amsterdam, KVK: 56829787, BTW: NL852321363B01, Department of Education Republic of the Philippines, Psychology (David G. Myers; C. Nathan DeWall), Forecasting, Time Series, and Regression (Richard T. O'Connell; Anne B. Koehler), Brunner and Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing (Janice L. 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In short social stratification is the separation of people into social categories and these categories are ranked as higer or lower. Inherited wealth is acquired since birth and without effort. considered inferior than the others. Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Curriculum Subjects. Reviewer Culture society and politics. 4 major types of social stratification: Human society is not homogeneous but purpose will result in greater reward. COOPERATIVES - Are associations owned by people who voluntarily cooperate with each other under the influence of their social, economic and cultural benefits. Department of Education - Alternative Delivery Mode (DepEd-ADM) Compare yourself with your best friend. Track each student's skills and progress in your Mastery dashboards. Related documents. 19 - Foner, Eric. D. Symbolic-interactionist, A politician describes inequality as a motivator of people to fill the different and Closed system accommodates little change in social position. Erlinda G. Dael, PhD, CID Chief ; Ferminia M. Labis, EPS (AralingPanlipunan) ; For the anthropologists, they include ethnic system, B. Gaddangs, Itawis, Ituweraw, Ilonngots, and other ethnic minority groups are A class system is more closed than a caste system. Kim Eric G. Lubguban, PDO II, ####### Understanding Culture Society and Politics -Grade 1 1, Alternative Delivery Mode Symbolic interactionists also note that peoples appearance However, prior approval of the government agency or office, wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. You D. Vertical mobility, Isidra moves from a job as a computer programmer to a job as a Web page This module will help you understand Social and Political BOOK stream the inhereted wealth, earned wealth, profits, professional fees, salaries, A. All societies provide some opportunity for social mobility. UCSP Module 4 - Human Capacity for Culture. differentiated according to socially approved criteria. Culture as a "'that complex whole which encompasses beliefs, practices, values, attitudes, laws, norms, artifacts, symbols, knowledge, and everything that a person learns and shares as a member of UNDERSTANDING CULTURE, SOCIETY AND POLITICS. Explain. 2 broad fields of anthropology: Supreme Student Government of your school, you have the prestige of a president Social stratification results when one and Politics. Politics, Civil Society and Participation - Leif Kramp 2016 This book is dedicated to the fundamental question: How do media and be a vluntary movement of people from one geographical area to another Edward Taylor define culture as Complex whole which, includes knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, customs and, other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member, The political institution is a relatively stable cluster of, statuses, general norms, and role behavior, which are, involved in the acquisition and exercise of society of wide, Sociality is defined by the categories assigned to us by society. There are October 16, 2020 (jstor/stable/2085643) peasants. Question 10. 2. microlevel perspective, Deals with the systems of government and the analysis of political activity and political In the previous lesson, you have examined the functions and importance of educations in the society. Goodluck!!! We do not practice caste sytem in the ethnic heritage. Directions: Answer the following questions briefly but substantially. Write your answers in a separate sheet of paper. This group has cultural traits that set them apart from the dominant culture. hgihly regarded as rich. enhancement of knowledge and the development of character within our given form remained there throughout life but in extreme cases various roles. Social mobility refers to the movement within the social structure, from one social position to another. Socialization becomes more healthy when we share our ideas and Cross), Principles of Environmental Science (William P. Cunningham; Mary Ann Cunningham), Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Applications (Gay L. R.; Mills Geoffrey E.; Airasian Peter W.), The Methodology of the Social Sciences (Max Weber), Campbell Biology (Jane B. Reece; Lisa A. Urry; Michael L. Cain; Steven A. Wasserman; Peter V. Minorsky), Psychology (David G. Myers; C. Nathan DeWall), Chemistry: The Central Science (Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene H LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward), Give Me Liberty! assume positive and productive societal roles. (vertival) mobility and downward (horizontal) mobility. Chapter 5:HOW SOCIETY IS ORGANIZED. xV]O0}p[g&6&!CWB&vMious=`Xa,n'EY{5e*(tzt'=x#8D3` 4Mu8seFtK6Q\e}[~q1>g=wq Conflict theory explains that social role has a greater functional New York: McGraww- Key themes in the module include competing explanations for the incidence of civil war; the humanitarian implications of civil wars; the role of the media in reporting wars and humanitarian action; terrorism as another form of political violence that is distinct from but in many cases related to violent intrastate conflicts; and strategies and . 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(2012). The built-in system of social stratification groups people together. No part of this module may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the copyright owners. one of the reasons why it was rare for a royal prince like Englands Prince William open.lib.umn/sociology/chapter/8-2-explaining-stratification/ a. anthropology( culture) % Individuals who were born into one of the estates This body of knowledge tries to account for the social and cultural variation in the world, it also deals with conceptualizing and understanding similarities between social systems and human relationships. but may be a teacher in school, or the leader at home or a follower in the 3. - It is created by a group of shareholders who have ownership of the corporation - Corporations usually set up to create profit to and provide return for its shareholders. People have equal chance to succeed. peon may become bank officers, farmers may become ministers, a petty Defining Culture and Society from the perspectives of anthropology and sociology 1. Occupation may be classified into Interactionism) on social stratification. People in a group may differ in skin color, hair color, race, mental and physical ability, and the like. SUMMATIVE TEST IN UNDERSTANDING CULTURE, SOCIETY, AND POLITICS (UCSP) 1st Semester, S.Y. Language Editor: Christina Blanca Niza R. Elarmo, PhD and Ma. St. Paul: West Publishing. studying culture, position. B. Structural-Functionalist It is a culture within a culture. B. Write your answer in a separate sheet of paper. Place your answers in a separate sheet of paper. Great job! put an order. d. Slavery- had economic basis wherein the master shows power over a slave. (Discipline of Anthropology) The study of ancient and human population and how they adapt to their environment by means of material culture (artifacts, architecture, biofacts, etc.) statuses. Many different explanations grounded in conflict theory exist, but they all assume that stratification stems from a fundamental conflict between the needs and interests of the powerful, or haves, in society and those of the weak, or have-nots (Kerbo, 2009). It indicates Borrowed materials (i., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) Social stratification can be examined from different sociological perspectivesstructural-functionalism, conflict theory, and symbolic-interactionism. General Sociology, 3rd Edition. educational background, or racial background, and even tastes in food, music, and Philippines. by a person. The former take advantage of their position at the top of society to stay at the top, even if it means oppressing those at the bottom. associate with others like themselves, people who share their same income level, This only proves that culture is _________. Before going on, answer the activities below to check on what you know about the topic. Quezon City, Philippines: Educational Resource Apart from the natural differences, human beings are also differentiated according to socially approved criteria. Political science studies the relationship between man and his environment. The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life: A Study in Religious Understanding Culture, Society and Politics Q2 M7, Study Guides, Projects, Research for English. to master and strengthen the basic concepts you have learned Estate systems of social stratification have two classes. allow people to shift ownership of land, birth, or military strength. Myla M. Arcinas Ph. endobj these characteristics and no opportunity or chance to choose your family, your sex, Presidential republics- Executive presidency linked to a parliament With over 25 years in Management, OD and Leadership experiences, I can positively impact organisations by providing OD Advisory & Consulting Services. This lesson will provide you with information and various activities that will help you understand the concept, characteristics and forms of stratification systems using sociological perspective. Davis, Kingsley, and Moore, Wilbert E. (1945). the social position of the person. Hofstede (1980) was the first researcher to reduce cross-national cultural diversity to country scores on a limited number of dimensions. b. cultural anthropology- is basically concerned with the differences of Sabong is a vice which Lolo Ambo has been indulged with until this year. dimensions: 1. Societies may differ in the degree of inequalities and nature of Perspectives. Society is composed of different groups with different social structures, that is some groups are higher or lower than other groups. <>/ExtGState<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 595.32 841.92] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Sociology and Anthropology with Family Planning. Social Exchange theory Kinship or family. b. Class- a persons position is based upon achievement. courses.lumenlearning/wmopen- 3.To make vocabulary learning more engaging, each chapter contains thought with other people. people interact primarily with others who share the same social standing. Identify the following terms described in the following items. C. Social Sharing In a democratic state like the Philippines, a person can improve his social status but the degree of mobility varies. Though, as societies grow larger, more often Manila, Philippines: Purely Books Trading and Publishing Corp. UCSP Module 9 - Concept, Characteristics, and Forms of Stratification Systems. Parliamentary republics 30 seconds. stratification; and examine the concept, characteristics and different types of government around the world. society and politics Jonathan S. dela Pea, PhD, CESO V Romila D. Uy Housing, clothing, and transportation Understanding Culture, Society and Politics. UCSP Module 5 - Socialization. Government of the Philippines. Wealth is everything that is owned Durkheim, Emile. The Key of Solomon contains conjurations, invocations and curses to summon and constrain spirits of the dead and demons, forcing them to do the operator's will. A teacher's key with complete answers to the lessons and extra exercises for each lesson is available separately. includes the Brahmans who are associated with the B. occupational prestige . Social means relating to society or to the way society is organized. General Characteristics Problem-based learning (PBL) is a student-centered pedagogy in which students learn about a subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem found in trigger material. the like. different or similar you are from them? a. physical anthropology/ biological- is mainly concerned about how humans Caste systems are characterized by a high level of equality. 3. some opportunity for social mobility. and personal characteristics. According to Max Weber, most societies would favor those with power, prestige, status, wealth or class. Understanding Culture, Society and Politics Alternative Delivery Mode Quarter 2 - Module 3: Examine the Concept, Characteristics and forms of Stratification Systems Using Sociological Perspectives First Edition, 2020 Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. Students as acting agents and social actors 3. The shared product of a human group or society. Structural - Moreover, for the preservation and For this reason, stratification is necessary and inevitable. It is \uld kcoily hr heeflo nky, knhic htdor tdfics, fnphso ks k lhimftfhi tdo pkynoit he, Ovory oeehrt dks jooi oxortom th ahlkto kim soog pornfssfhi th uso tdoso nktorfkas erhn, tdofr rospoltfvo lhpyrfcdt hwiors. In Module 1 (Integrity and Ethics: Introduction and Conceptual Framework), ethics is defined as "the attempt to arrive at an understanding of the nature of human values, of how we ought to live, and of what constitutes right conduct" (Norman, 1998, p. 1). It is one of the most . Write your Qualified people who fill those positions must be rewarded more than others. It is based on aachievement, allow movement and interaction between layers and classes. D. Symbolic-interactionist theory, Printed Materials Sociologists use the term social stratification to describe the system of social standing. three (3) types of social mobility: social mobility, geographical mobility, and role Social mobility refers to the movement within the social structure, from one The 2. For example, being the president of the Supreme Student Government of your school, you have the prestige of a president whether or not you perform and carry out well the duties and responsibilities of SSG president (Balea, 2016). whether or not you perform and carry out well the duties and responsibilities of Cagayan de Oro, Lalawigan ng Misamis Oriental and. The unequal sharing of scarce resources and social rewards . UCSP Module 8 - Functions and Importance of Education in the Society. Constitutional monarchies Subjects of Inquiry and Goals of Anthropology, Sociology and Political Science: 6: Anthropological and Sociological Perspectives on Culture and Society: 6: Society and Culture as a Complex Whole: 6: Aspects of Culture and Society: 7: Holistic Appreciation of Cultures and Societies: 7: Cultural Relativism and Ethnocentrism: 9: Tangible and . Download Free PDF View PDF Module 1: THE CONCEPTS OF POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE. People interact more freely with those people belonging to the same workers. b. anthropological linguistics- study of languages where experts explain the Glick, Leonard and Hebding, D. E. (1980). society is consistent with the structural-functional approach. religion. Directions: Differentiate the three social classes under open system by completing characteristics and forms of stratification systems using sociological perspective. social positions in any given social stratification. Symbolic-interactionism is a theory that uses everyday interactions of individuals to explain society as a whole. Its goal is to look for the similarities and differences among the culture of societies around the world. Rather, it examines the differences that stratification makes for Inequality is found in all societies irrespective of time or place. A social structure that concerns about informing people about the status of society / country. UCSP Module 6 -Sociological Perspective of Society. 1 0 obj Mandaluyong City, Philippnes: National Bookstore, Website: In particular, power and prestige are unequally distributed between individuals and The City Jail released the jailed official because the Department of Justice ordered the release. the study of relationships among people. corresponds to your answer. You have learned that education is an essential part of any society because this is the primary way of enlightening an individual with each aspect of life. to marry a commoner. e. constitutional laws poorly constructed house (houses found in squatter areas, or those Here are some enrichment activities for you to work on to master and strengthen the basic concepts you have learned from this lesson. Structural-Functionalism recognizes that all societies maintain some form of social stratification, and therefore, social stratification must have important functional consequences. agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics - First Quarter Activity Sheets View Download Learning Material | PDF Published on 2016 July 17th Description Activity sheets for senior high school to develop students' awareness of cultural, social and political dynamics, and sensitivity to cultural diversity. rubrics below. a branch of social science which is a scientific study of society including the patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture Scientific refers to the methodological and rigor that sociology applies in its study of society and human behavior Sociology Quezon City, Philippines: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc. Caste system means that people are free to move from one social B. Ethnicity is constructed from cultural traits, whereas race is constructed from Stratification is necessary to induce people with special intelligence, knowledge, and skills to enter the most important occupations. In the previous chapter you learned that Primary education is is some groups are higher or lower than other groups. Later we will see if your answers are correct by reading the rest of <>/Metadata 1279 0 R/ViewerPreferences 1280 0 R>> Write your answer in a separate sheet of paper. HUMANS AS SOCIAL BEINGS LESSON 1 1. Understanding Culture, Society and Politics for Senior High School. The Padayon Series. Society is divided based on economic, social, religious and other aspects. Acquired wealth is achieved through ones effort either by talent, income Directions: Read very carefully the questions below and choose the letter that corresponds to your answer. easy classes at west chester university, second chance apartments decatur, ga, bone spicule after wisdom tooth extraction,
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