HSP3U: Major Concepts and Essential Terms (by Unit)

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1. Unit 1: Intro. to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology

1.1. Society

1.1.1. Social structures, institutions, relationships and power dynamics

1.2. Social science(s)

1.2.1. Anthropology

1.2.1.1. Human behaviour and culture

1.2.2. Psychology

1.2.2.1. Human mental processes and human behaviour

1.2.3. Sociology

1.2.3.1. Social behaviour

1.3. Four key ideas underlying the social sciences curriculum

1.3.1. Disciplined Inquiry and Critical Literacy

1.3.1.1. Exploring

1.3.1.2. Communicating & Reflecting

1.3.1.3. Processing Information

1.3.1.4. Investigating

1.3.2. Problem Solving

1.3.3. Understanding of Self and Others

1.3.4. Local and Global Mindedness

2. Unit 2: Anthropology

2.1. Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies

2.1.1. Influential anthropologists

2.1.2. Anthropological theories / schools of thought

2.1.3. Areas of anthropology

2.1.4. Research methods in anthropology

2.1.4.1. Research ethics

2.2. Explaining Human Behaviour and Culture

2.2.1. Physical environment

2.2.2. Globalization

2.2.3. Technology

2.2.4. Pandemics

2.2.5. Law

2.2.6. Politics

2.2.7. Religion

2.2.8. Art

2.2.9. Ritual

2.2.10. Rites of passage

2.2.11. Diffusion

2.2.12. Assimiliation

2.2.13. Multiculturalism

2.3. Socialization

3. Unit 3: Psychology

3.1. Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies

3.1.1. Influential psychologists

3.1.2. Psychological theories / schools of thought

3.1.3. Areas of psychology

3.1.4. Research methods in psychology

3.1.4.1. Research ethics

3.2. Explaining Human Mental Processes and Behaviour

3.2.1. Heredity

3.2.2. Attachment

3.2.3. Environment

3.2.4. Personality

3.2.5. Identity

3.2.6. Development stages

3.2.7. Motivation

3.2.8. Perception

3.2.9. Attitudes

3.2.10. Mental health

3.2.11. Temperament

3.3. Socialization

4. Unit 4: Sociology

4.1. Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies

4.1.1. Influential sociologists

4.1.2. Sociological theories / schools of thought

4.1.3. Areas of sociological research

4.1.4. Research methods in sociology

4.1.4.1. Research ethics

4.2. Explaining Social Behaviour

4.2.1. Social norms and expectations

4.2.2. Social structures

4.2.3. Social distinctions

4.2.4. Socio-economic status

4.2.5. Geographic location

4.2.6. Physical environment

4.2.7. Prejudice

4.2.8. Discrimination (individual and systemic)

4.2.9. Gender

4.2.10. Race

4.2.11. Sexual orientation

4.2.12. Religion

4.2.13. Age

4.2.14. Ability / disability

4.2.15. Technology

4.2.16. Economics

4.2.17. Media

4.2.18. Dating and courtship

4.2.19. Social networking

4.2.20. Bullying

4.2.21. Family

4.2.22. Demographics

4.2.23. Social movements

4.3. Socialization