SOC 383

  1. CUT
    Conscious / Critical User of Theories
  2. T-R-LR-CT
    Thinking - cognitive processing of sensory inputs and impressions.

    Reasoning - inferring, deducing, concluding from a given set of assumptions or premises.

    Logical Reasoning - thinking that is consistent with given rules of reasoning.

    Critical Thinking - analysis of the elements of reasoning within specific intellectual standards.
  3. ERIAR
    Educational inputs influence Reasoning, which underlies the construction of interest, whose realization leads to Actions that lead to Results - undesired, intended and unintended, unpredicted and unpredictable. These results form social relations.
  4. ADRRR (Conversational)
    Affirm, Denounce, Reject, Repudiate, Refute. Denounce, Reject, and Repudiate should not be part of analyses, conversations, or discussions.
  5. V - TUNNE
    That Violence is Therapeutic, Unavoidable, Natural, Necessary, and Effective
  6. GRAIL
    Greco-Roman and Abrahamic Intellectual Legacies
  7. JCI
    Three Major Religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
  8. LAP
    Location, Actions, and Possessions. Bases of identity
  9. GREC
    Gender, Racial, Ethnic, Class, and Human Theories of Society
  10. BARMS
    Theories of human nature: Biblical, Aristotelian, Rousseauean, Marxian, Sartrean
  11. ?
    Qualitative and Quantitative Educational Deprivation
  12. DDCPC
    Denial, Deviation, Christianzation, Politicization, and Commercialization, or the Indoctrination Model.
  13. LTE / LTL
    Learn to Earn, as opposed to Learn to Learn
  14. Four critical absences in education
    Different philosophical traditions, critical thinking and reasoning, the humanist perspective, and pacifism.
  15. LURRA
    Learning through understanding with Reasoning, which is the basis of Retention, Regurgitation, and Application.
  16. DARHUE
    Disposition and Ability to Reason, the Habit of Reasoning, and the Urge to Evaluate Reasoning.
  17. SHROF
    Everyday Problems: Social, Health, Residential, Occupational, and Financial
  18. People Infer
    Implication and Inference. An implication is a condition of logical entailment, something that necessarily follows from a statement. Statements imply. An inference is a deduction, or an observation of an implication. People infer.
  19. 19.
    An assumption is a conclusion reached on the basis of information that may not be adequate or correct. An assertion is an unsupported claim or statement about a given situation or object. An argument is a set of logically connected assertions.
  20. Aristotle
    • Aristotle's proposed Three Laws of Logic
    • The law of Identity which states that A is A
    • (what is, is)

    • the Law of Contradiction
    • (A is not non-A)

    • the Law of Excluded Middle
    • (A cannot be A and non-A)
Card Set
SOC 383
Basic Concepts