RELIGION Sociology 101 Religion religions is a universal found in every culture. Religion was defined by Emile Durkheim as a “unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things” Durkheim stressed the social impact of religion
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Religion was defined by Emile Durkheim as a “unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things”
Functions of Religion
Diversity in World Religions
Source: D. Jones at al. 2002:592.
Schools serve as a meeting ground where people can share distinctive beliefs and traditions
Credentialism: Increase in the lowest level of education needed to enter a field
Teacher-expectation effect: Impact of teacher expectations and their large role on student performance