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a

achievement motivation
active vs. passive, man as . . .
administrative process
. . . administrative process
adversarialism and mutuality
affect and forgiveness
. . . affect and Hall's levels of learning
agency Henry and Milovanovic
ain't us; anti-norms and literature
alterity
apologetic versus critical perspective
apperceptive mass
attitude and persuasion theory
authority, use of to persuade
auto-poietic non-learning subsystem

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b

Bales' Interaction Process Analysis
beliefs
Black History
black men and racism
blaming the victim
Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives
. . . Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives
bureaucratic process
. . . bureaucratic process

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c

categorical thinking
chaos
codes, language
cognitive dissonance theory
cognitive science
commodification
communication, as a grading standard
competence, as a grading standard
concept mapping
conflict, consensus vs.
consensus vs. conflict
consistency, as a grading standard
constructivism
cooperation, as a grading standard
cosmopolitan, local vs.
creativity, as a grading standard
critical legal studies External Link. Cornell.
critical perspective of bureaucratic process
critical theory
critical versus apologetic perspective
cultural alterity culture
culture of silence

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d

debate, use of to persuade
deconstructiion
differAnce Derrida and TR Young
disciplinary power, Covaleskie
discretionary income
discretionary time
diversity
doctrinal accomodation
dominant discourse
. . . dominant discourse
. . . dominant discourse
double consciousness
dummy tables
dynamic, static vs. dynamic interpretation of social theory
dynamic view of crime, Quinney's

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e

elaborated language codes
epistemology

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f

faith
fear, use of to persuade
forgiveness
formal/informal structure
forums
frozen words
fundamentalism

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g

Gaines, Ernest
globalization
good faith

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h

"halo" effect
hegemony
hegemony As in Marx and Gramsci, and modern re-interpretations.
hegemony, political Off site.

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i

ideal speech situation
imaginary
imaginaray compared to imagination
individual vs. social structure as source and solution of problem
information control
institutional racism
. . . institutional racism
Interaction Process Analysis (IPA)
interdependence
. . . interdependence of agency and structural context, Henry and Milovanovic
intersectionality

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j

jargon, academic
justice, Rawl's Theory of

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k

Kemp's individual vs. stuctural theories
knowingness knowingness, jeanne's interpretation of Lear

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l

language codes
leftist and rightist perspectives
legal reasoning
leit-motif
liberal
linear thinking
local vs. cosmopolitan
locus of control

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m

magic, cheating as . . .
magic, evil as . . .
man, as active or passive
military action to police action
modern welfare state
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n

non-learning subsystems
normative expectations
normative perspective of bureaucratic process
norms

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o

objectivist
open society
orientalism Edward Said

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p

paper clips, and memory
paradigm
passive, humans as
political hegemony Off site.
positive political theory perspective of bureaucratic process
positivism
postmodernism
. . . postmodernism
. . . postmodernism
power, Covaleskie
privilege
privileging subjectivity
. . . privileging subjectivity
. . . privileging subjectivity
psychophysical anchor in reality
. . . sample use of "psychophysical anchor in reality"
public/private sphere

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r

racism, institutional
Rawl's Theory of Justice
real world
reification Marxism
relativist
restricted language codes
Rotter, locus of control

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s

Said, Edward orientalism
secondary deviance (Lemert)
site evaluation
social construction of reality
social constructionism
social dynamite
social fact Durkheim
social junk
social system
sociology of knowledge
sovereign power, Covaleskie
spokesperson, use of to persuade
spurious relationship
standards, of learning, and for grades
static vs. dynamic social theories
. . . Quinney's interpretation of static, dynamic criminology
structural context
structural vs. individual, Kemp's theory
structural violence
. . .structural violence and class requirements for grades
. . . structural violence, annotation and examples
. . . structural violence in reaction to perceived violence External site: Cat Scan
subaltern
subjectivist
subjectivity, privileging
subservience of women

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t

theory
Thorndike's Second Law of Learning
tradition
transpaerncy

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u

unstated assumptions

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v

values
verstehen
verstehen External site. See first paragraph.
violence, structural
voice

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y

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z

Zeigarnik effect

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Waiting for definition:

  • "reified" and "commodified" - from Marxist Theory

  • From Contemporary Social Theory:
    Tasks becoming more ritualized and more constrained - in law: Menkel-Meadows, and in social theory: Donna Haraway?

  • Fragmentation not the oppositional for totalizing - seeing from below is. Donna Haraway.