What are the three primary sociological/theoretical perspectives, and what are their corresponding level of analysis?
The three primary sociological/theoretical perspectives and their level of analysis are: Symbolic interactionism (micro), Functionalism (macro), and Conflict Theory (macro).
What United States Supreme Court case occurred in which corporations claimed to be "persons," and what United States Constitution Amendment was claimed that granted this corporation personhood?
During the Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad court case in 1886, the Fourteenth Amendment was claimed to further give large corporations rights to conduct business as one person; otherwise known as "corporate personhood."
Under Franklin D. Roosevelt's "New Deal," what group of workers did this legislation leave out?
FDR's "New Deal" left out farm workers and domestics from receiving any social security benefits that were granted under the new legislation during the 1930's.