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Hi, I have search this whole forum does anyone have amu math110 and socI111 please help.

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i'm actually looking for the same course, im taking both now.  if you find anything let me know



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today finishes up week 6 for me for Soc. I'm getting ready to take the quiz. what week are you on? I'll post my quizes on here in a few for you guys



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I'm currently on week 1



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QUIZ 1
   i got a 25/25 on this. beside the correct answer it says *correct*


Part 1 of 1 -  25.0 Points



Question 1 of 25 1.0 Points

According to Max Weber, the Protestant ethic was a central factor in the birth of ________.
 A. capitalism  *correct*
 B. democracy 
 
 C. socialism 
 
 D. bureaucracy 



 
Question 2 of 25 1.0 Points

Karl Marx suggested that the force which drives human history and is at the core of human progress is ________.
 A. class conflict  *correct*

 
 B. religion 
 
 C. family 
 
 D. education 



 
Question 3 of 25 1.0 Points

The concept used to describe opening a window into unfamiliar worlds that allows us to understand human behavior by placing it within its broader social context is called ________.

 A. the sociological imagination  *correct*

 
 B. social location 
 
 C. social integration 
 
 D. the social imperative 



 
Question 4 of 25 1.0 Points

Of the following influences, the one that C. Wright Mills most attributed to being the one that sociologists would use to explain individual behavior is ________.
 A. common sense 
 
 B. instinct 
 
 C. external influences  *correct*
 
 D. inherited abilities 



 
Question 5 of 25 1.0 Points

When sociologists group people into categories based on their age, gender, educational level, job and income, they are trying to determine their ________.
 A. social network 
 
 B. social location  *correct*

 
 C. social personality 
 
 D. social skills 


 
Question 6 of 25 1.0 Points

The first person to propose that the scientific method could be applied to the study of social life was ________.
 A. Emile Durkheim 
 
 B. Max Weber 
 
 C. Karl Marx 
 
 D. Auguste Comte  *correct*




 
Question 7 of 25 1.0 Points

Karl Marx believed that ________ was the central force for social change while Max Weber believed that ________ was the force most responsible for social change.

 A. economics; religion  *correct*

 
 B. education; political stability 
 
 C. government, economics 
 
 D. religion; education 



 
Question 8 of 25 1.0 Points

During his career Anthony has worked as a juvenile police officer, corrections counselor in a state prison, and as the executive director of an urban redevelopment program. In view of this, which description best describes Anthony's career path?
 A. Anthony has been a pure sociologist 
 
 B. Anthony has assumed the role of being a basic sociologist 
 
 C. Anthony has been an applied sociologist  *correct*

 
 D. Anthony can best be described as a social reformer. 



 
Question 9 of 25 1.0 Points

Mark views society as a system of interrelated parts, while John views society as composed of groups competing for scarce resources. Mark would be considered a ________ theorist and John would be seen as a ________ theorist.
 A. symbolic interactionist; functionalist 
 
 B. conflict; functionalist 
 
 C. functionalist; symbolic interactionist 
 
 D. functionalist; conflict  *correct*




 
Question 10 of 25 1.0 Points

Language, beliefs, values, norms, behavior, material objects and technology passed from one generation to the next by members of society describe ________.

 A. culture  *correct*

 
 B. tradition 
 
 C. science 
 
 D. experience 



 
Question 11 of 25 1.0 Points

The author's experience in Morocco that included the absence of women from public positions, intense stares directed at him by the Moroccans, pushing and shoving at the train station, and the total disregard for sanitation by food vendors left the author with a profound sense of ________.
 A. ethnocentrism 
 
 B. culture shock  *correct*

 
 C. cultural relativity 
 
 D. stereotyping 



 
Question 12 of 25 1.0 Points

Comparing the refusal of Christians to accept Islam as a valid religion is to ethnocentrism as making a sincere effort to understand the practice of having multiple wives in some societies is to ________.
 A. culture shock 
 
 B. value contradictions 
 
 C. cultural relativism  *correct*

 
 D. public sociology 



 
Question 13 of 25 1.0 Points

Sociologists use the concept "norms" to describe ________.
 A. the standards by which people define what is socially desirable 
 
 B. expressions of disapproval for violating socially acceptable behavior 
 
 C. ideas about what is true or false 
 
 D. the expectations or rules of behavior that develop out of values  *correct*




 
Question 14 of 25 1.0 Points

The notion that language determines our consciousness is the basic premise of which concept?
 A. the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis  *correct*

 
 B. the Thomas Theorem 
 
 C. the Korsikoff Syndrome 
 
 D. Differential Association Theory 



 
Question 15 of 25 1.0 Points

If Alice came to class wearing a soiled and torn blouse she would be violating a ________; but if she came to class not wearing a blouse (or any other garment) she would be violating a ________.
 A. norm, folkway 
 
 B. folkway, more  *correct*

 
 C. more, law 
 
 D. folkway, value 



 
Question 16 of 25 1.0 Points

From a sociological perspective, which statement best classifies 19th century Mormons and 21st century physicians?
 A. Both would be classified as subcultures 
 
 B. Both would be classified as countercultures 
 
 C. The Mormons would be classified a counterculture and the physicians a subculture  *correct*

 
 D. The Mormons would be classified a subculture and the physicians a counterculture 



 
Question 17 of 25 1.0 Points

Americans glorify academic progress and material success. However, most students do not graduate with honors and most citizens are not wealthy. This condition characterizes the difference between ________ and ________.
 A. material culture; symbolic culture 
 
 B. ideal culture; real culture *correct*
 
 
 C. real culture; symbolic culture 
 
 D. unrealistic culture; realistic culture 



 
Question 18 of 25 1.0 Points

Based on studies of isolated and institutionalized children, what is the key variable in acquiring the basic "human" traits we take for granted?
 A. biological factors 
 
 B. basic intelligene 
 
 C. intimate early social interaction  *correct*

 
 D. strict discipline 



 
Question 19 of 25 1.0 Points

Professor Zalewski bases her self concept as a professor on the interaction she has with students and the reactions she receives from them during class. In view of this, which process is Professor Zalewski utilizing?
 A. Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory 
 
 B. Cooley's Looking Glass Self *correct*
 
 
 C. Mead's "I" and "Me" 
 
 D. Piaget's Theory of Moral Reasoning 



 
Question 20 of 25 1.0 Points

George Herbert Mead theorized that learning to take the role of the other entails three stages which are the ________, ________, and ________ stages.
 A. primary, secondary, tertiary 
 
 B. id, ego, superego 
 
 C. sensorimotor, preoperational, operational 
 
 D. imitation, play, games  *correct*




 
Question 21 of 25 1.0 Points

The Smiths are going Christmas shopping for their two children, Dick and Jane. They plan to buy Dick a Tonka truck and Jane a Barbie doll. Their selection of toys for their children is an example of ________ by parents.
 A. resocialization 
 
 B. role diffusion 
 
 C. ego identity 
 
 D. gender socialization  *correct*




 
Question 22 of 25 1.0 Points

Traditionally, statuses men occupy (father, husband) are given greater prestige than those occupied by women (mother, wife). This awarding of privilege and prestige to one group while denying it to the other is called ________.
 A. the social imperative 
 
 B. social inequality  *correct*

 
 C. social solidarity 
 
 D. social integration 



 
Question 23 of 25 1.0 Points

People and groups that influence our orientation to life, our self-concept, emotions, attitudes, and behavior are called ________.
 A. total institutions 
 
 B. generalized others 
 
 C. agents of socialization  *correct*

 
 D. out groups 



 
Question 24 of 25 1.0 Points

Although formal education is intended to transmit knowledge and skills, it unintentionally teaches students that the same rules apply to everyone. This universality reflects what sociologists describe as ________.
 A. a signaling system 
 
 B. a pattern variable 
 
 C. a latent function  *correct*
 
 D. a manifest function 



 
Question 25 of 25 1.0 Points

What term applies to the stages people pass through from birth to death, beginning with "childhood" and concluding with "the older years"?
 A. rites of passage 
 
 B. life theme 
 
 C. the life course  *correct*
 
 D. stages of development 

 
 

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QUIZ 2

I got a 25/25 on it. the answer has *correct answer* beside it

Part 1 of 1 -    25.0 Points

Question 1 of 25   1.0 Points
What two sociological perspectives are most linked to macrosociology?

 

   A. symbolic interactionism and functionalism   
 

   B. functionalism and the conflict perspective *correct answer*   
 

   C. the conflict perspective and symbolic interactionism   
 

   D. symbolic interactionism and feminism   


Question 2 of 25   1.0 Points
Which of the following perspectives is most appropriate for a research sociologist to use?

 

   A. microsociology   
 

   B. macrosociology   
 

   C. neither macro nor microsociology   
 

   D. both macro and microsociology depending on the situation *correct answer*   


Question 3 of 25   1.0 Points
What are the primary variables in determining one's social class?

 

   A. race, sex, residence   
 

   B. income, education, occupational prestige *correct answer*   
 

   C. sex (male or female)   
 

   D. one's particular ethnic descent   


Question 4 of 25   1.0 Points
Andrea is an aspiring associate editor for a major publisher. She is single but feels married to her work. Last year she received a $50,000 bonus for the excellent work she did in promoting new textbooks published by her employer. Based on this information, Andrea's ascribed status is ________ and her achieved status is ________.

 

   A. female, married   
 

   B. bonus recipient, associate editor   
 

   C. married, bonus recipient   
 

   D. female, associate editor *correct answer*   


Question 5 of 25   1.0 Points
The difference between status and role is that:

 

   A. status identification is strictly enforced but roles are not   
 

   B. we occupy a status which is a social position but play a role which is a social expectation *correct answer*   
 

   C. status is voluntary and role is obligatory.   
 

   D. status determines social position while role is not significant   


Question 6 of 25   1.0 Points
Which of the following groups is least qualified as a social institution?

 

   A. neighborhood street gangs   *correct answer*
 

   B. religion   
 

   C. family   
 

   D. the military   


Question 7 of 25   1.0 Points
The notion that the mass media represents the varied interests of many groups would reflect a position consistent with ________ theory.

 

   A. exchange   
 

   B. conflict   
 

   C. functionalist*correct answer*    
 

   D. symbolic interactionist   


Question 8 of 25   1.0 Points
Mechanical solidarity is to Gemeinschaft as ________ solidarity is to Gesellschaft.

 

   A. organic *correct answer*   
 

   B. tribal   
 

   C. folk   
 

   D. natural   


Question 9 of 25   1.0 Points
As societies grow larger, they divide work among members based on some standardized characteristic such as age or sex. This is referred to as ________.

 

   A. social solidarity   
 

   B. the social imperative   
 

   C. the division of labor *correct answer*   
 

   D. class structure   


Question 10 of 25   1.0 Points
In the statement "poverty causes crime," the words "poverty" and "crime" are best described as ________ because they are subject to change.

 

   A. unobtrusive measures   
 

   B. variables *correct answer*   
 

   C. parametric measures   
 

   D. correlations   


Question 11 of 25   1.0 Points
What is a statement of how variables are expected to be related to one another, often according to predictions from a theory?

 

   A. correlation   
 

   B. hypothesis *correct answer*   
 

   C. secondary prediction   
 

   D. primary function   


Question 12 of 25   1.0 Points
John developed a questionnaire to measure job satisfaction among industrial workers. He has administered his questionnaire to ten different workers' groups at the same plant and on the same shift but notes the results are inconsistent. John's concern reflects the issue of ________.

 

   A. the reliability of his measure *correct answer*   
 

   B. the representativeness of the sample   
 

   C. the external validity of his findings   
 

   D. the validity of his operational definitions   


Question 13 of 25   1.0 Points
Tiffany has a keen interest in the original theories of William Sheldon on the relationship between body type and juvenile delinquency. She has duplicated the study using Sheldon's original methodology to see if her results are compatible to Sheldon's. Such a study illustrates the concept of ________.

 

   A. validity   
 

   B. reliability   
 

   C. replication *correct answer*   
 

   D. correlation   


Question 14 of 25   1.0 Points
What is the defining characteristic of a representative sample?

 

   A. It contains equal numbers of men and women   
 

   B. It contains an equal proportion of racial and ethnic groups   
 

   C. Each person in the population of interest has an equal chance of being chosen *correct answer*   
 

   D. Every person in the sample represents a specific racial, gender, or religious group   


Question 15 of 25   1.0 Points
Juanita is conducting survey research for the Colgate-Palmolive Company . The company recently sent several cases of personal sized toothpaste to Dr. Yankum as a part of a promotion. Juanita is surveying patients as they leave Dr. Yankum's office to ask if the dentist gave them any hygiene items to continue quality dental care. Juanita has discovered that practically every patient received Colgate and has concluded in her report to the company that dentists prefer Colgate toothpaste over all other brands. What flaw exists in Juanita's research?

 

   A. She has chosen an inappropriate research design   
 

   B. She is using a biased sample to collect her data *correct answer*   
 

   C. All marketing research is unscientific and therefore invalid   
 

   D. The research suffers from interviewer bias   


Question 16 of 25   1.0 Points
Max has developed the hypothesis that the stress felt by unemployed men increases the probability of spousal abuse. Stress would be considered the ________ variable and spousal abuse would be considered the ________ variable.

 

   A. dependent, independent   
 

   B. dependent, control   
 

   C. independent, dependent *correct answer*   
 

   D. independent, control   


Question 17 of 25   1.0 Points
With the domestication of plants and animals, a number of significant social changes occurred. Which of the following was not one of these?

 

   A. a more specialized division of labor   
 

   B. groups increased in size and number   
 

   C. groups became more specialized   
 

   D. societies became more egalitarian *correct answer*   


Question 18 of 25   1.0 Points
What is the key feature of post-industrial societies as it relates to the work force?

 

   A. The production of durable goods such as automobiles, refrigerators and washing machines became the emphasis.   
 

   B. High efficiency production of food and fiber products became most prevalent.   
 

   C. The transmission and use of information services dominated the work force. *correct answer*   
 

   D. Leisure time activities are the primary product of the society   


Question 19 of 25   1.0 Points
How does the structure and function of groups change as they grow in size?

 

   A. Members tend to form more informal relationships   
 

   B. Group members become more active in the decision-making process   
 

   C. Group members feel more strongly bonded to each other   
 

   D. Groups tend to develop a more formal social structure *correct answer*   


Question 20 of 25   1.0 Points
Who conducted the classic experiment addressing the power of peer pressure that included six "stooges" and one actual test subject viewing cards with lines of varying length?

 

   A. Stanley Milgram   
 

   B. Robert Merton   
 

   C. Phillip Zimbardo   
 

   D. Solomon Asch *correct answer*   


Question 21 of 25   1.0 Points
For many college professors, their teachers served as role models. Kody Scott looked up to older gang members as his idols. In both cases, professors and gang members respectively most qualify as being:

 

   A. generalized others   
 

   B. secondary groups   
 

   C. social others   
 

   D. reference groups *correct answer*   


Question 22 of 25   1.0 Points
A group characterized by intimate, long-term, face-to-face association and cooperation is referred to as a ________.

 

   A. secondary group   
 

   B. clique   
 

   C. primary group *correct answer*   
 

   D. community   


Question 23 of 25   1.0 Points
Sociologically, what term best applies to a group of people who share no common destination taking an elevator from the first floor of a large high rise ?

 

   A. a social frame   
 

   B. an aggregate *correct answer*   
 

   C. a category   
 

   D. a social group   


Question 24 of 25   1.0 Points
Matthew is completing his master's thesis which addresses the culture of outlaw motorcycle gangs. For the past six months he has been riding with such a gang, observing and describing their behavior in an attempt to present a view of these gangs from the gang members' perspective. Matthew is employing which research method?

 

   A. quantitative methods   
 

   B. experimental methods   
 

   C. qualitative methods *correct answer*   
 

   D. secondary analysis   


Question 25 of 25   1.0 Points
There is a high correlation between the number of Americans who pay income tax in the month of April and the number of swim suits sold. Which of the following statements is the best description of this relationship?

 

   A. it is a spurious relationship *correct answer*   
 

   B. it is a cause and effect relationship   
 

   C. it is an indirect relationship   
 

   D. it is classified as a null hypothesis   






   
              
   
   
   





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Thank you so much, you just save me. Hope you can post the rest.



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soci111 i have answers to wuiz 1 and two right now need them?
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soci111 i have answers to wuiz 1 and two right now need them?
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quiz 1 and 2 were such a help! thanks so much and i have psy101 if anyone needs help with that.  also a nutrition class..sphe320
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QUIZ SOCI 3 Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 1 points)
Ritualistic procedures intended to humiliate norm violators and mark them as being moral outcasts of the group to which they once belonged are called ________. sanctions profiling stereotyping degradation ceremonies This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 2 (Worth 1 points)
Which of the following theories least follows the principles of symbolic interactionism? differential association theory control theory labeling theory strain theory This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 3 (Worth 1 points)
As voluntary organizations, what do the College Young Democrats, Kiwanis Club, Uptown Stamp Collectors' Club, and National Rifle Association all have in common? They are all primary groups. They offer people an identity. This is a correct answer They bring people into the political mainstream They generate social change. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 4 (Worth 1 points)
The Ku Klux Klan, March of Dimes, and Boy Scouts of America all have specific objectives that guide their operation. Even though their respective activities and membership rosters have significant differences, all three would share the classification of being aggregates social institutions formal organizations This is a correct answer ideal types Points earned on this question: 1 Question 5 (Worth 1 points)
What is the sociological significance of the Hmong practice of zij poj niam (marriage by capture)? It illustrates the need for universal rules of conduct. It upholds the most important aspects of marriage as a social institution It demonstrates how cultural values determine deviance This is a correct answer It suggests an efficient method of mate selection for the disadvantaged Points earned on this question: 1 Question 6 (Worth 1 points)
It is believed by some sociologists that attempts to humanize the workplace are simply ways to manipulate workers into cooperating in their own exploitation. This belief is most aligned with the ________ perspective. functionalist conflict This is a correct answer symbolic interactionist structuralist Points earned on this question: 1 Question 7 (Worth 1 points)
Cloward and Ohlin addressed the street hustler as a role model for youth and the methods used to earn easy money through a life of crime. What did they call this career path of delinquency? containment theory social bond theory the theory of differential association illegitimate opportunity structure This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 8 (Worth 1 points)
Who is the sociologist given credit for coining the concept of the McDonaldization of Society? Jeffrey Reiman Douglas Massey Howard Winet George Ritzer This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 9 (Worth 1 points)
The early theorist who proposed religious beliefs were the key to whether or not a society embraced capitalism was ________. Karl Marx Herbert Spencer Max Weber This is a correct answer Emile Durkheim Points earned on this question: 1 Question 10 (Worth 1 points)
Which of the following acts does not qualify as a white collar crime? robbing the first national bank This is a correct answer a police officer taking $100 not to write a speeding ticket an executive writing off the corporation's million dollar fine as investment capital classifying parking tickets as job hunting expenses on an income tax return Points earned on this question: 1 Question 11 (Worth 1 points)
What are the two most significant "anchoring devices" that insulate a person from a life of crime and imprisonment? a good lawyer and big expense account neighborhood and income race and ethnicity marriage and education This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 12 (Worth 1 points)
According to Kanter, organizations sometimes showcase women and minorities by placing them in highly visible positions to demonstrate how "progressive" they are. Regardless of the type of organization it is, what do these highly visible positions have in common? They are usually supervisory jobs with considerable power and autonomy. They are highly paid and directed toward "fast-track" promotions. They are jobs that usually have little power and a minimum amount of authority This is a correct answer They are highly competitive positions and sought after by most members of the organization Points earned on this question: 1 Question 13 (Worth 1 points)
The sociologist responsible for developing one of the first control theories that addressed the inner controls of the individual and outer controls of society was ________. Travis Hirschi Jackson Toby Walter Reckless This a is correct answer F. Ivan Nye Points earned on this question: 1 Question 14 (Worth 1 points)
The domination of organizations by a small, self-perpetuating elite is called ________. the Thomas Theorem The Protestant Ethic the Iron Law of Oligarchy This is a correct answer the Spirit of Capitalism Points earned on this question: 1 Question 15 (Worth 1 points)
Hank lives in a society that believes in the acceptance of rules, efficiency, and practical results. Frank lives in a society that believes in customs and close personal relationships. Which society is more likely to be industrialized? The society based on customs and relationships. Both societies will have the same degree of industrialization. The society that believes in rules, efficiency, and practical results. This is a correct answer Neither society will be industrialized. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 16 (Worth 1 points)
Samantha works in a place that is hierarchical, has a division of labor, written rules, communications and records, and in which the administration treats workers impersonally. Based on these characteristics, we can conclude that Samantha works in a[n] ________. non-profit organization voluntary association bureaucracy This is a correct answer oligarchy Points earned on this question: 1 Question 17 (Worth 1 points)
According to strain theory, the underlying cause of deviance is that people experience a sense of normlessness. This sense of normlessness is referred to as ________. anomie This is a correct answer latent dysfunction mass hysteria retreatism Points earned on this question: 1 Question 18 (Worth 1 points) The relativity of deviance is most aligned with which sociological perspective? structural functionalism symbolic interactionism This is a correct answer the conflict perspective the neo-conflict perspective Points earned on this question: 1 Question 19 (Worth 1 points)
With respect to promotion which of the following was identified by William Ouchi as a difference between Japanese and American corporations? Japanese workers buy stock in the company as they are promoted. Japanese workers work together as a team and are promoted as a team. This is a correct answer Japanese workers are promoted based on their connection to the corporation's inner circle. Japanese workers value individuality and employees who are most productive are promoted most often Points earned on this question: 1 Question 20 (Worth 1 points)
Violation of norms and rules that are written into law are officially called ________. ethics values folkways crime This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 21 (Worth 1 points)
Tom works as an agent for a large insurance company. At his work station he has taped pictures up of his wife and granddaughter and a few others of last year's Caribbean vacation. Sociologists would see these pictures as an attempt by Tom to: resist alienation. This is a correct answer bond with his supervisor who is also a grandparent promote his "all-American" status to his colleagues simply decorate his office. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 22 (Worth 1 points)
The concept of the relativity of deviance is best illustrated by which of the following statements? It is not the act itself, but the reaction of others to the act that makes it deviant. This is a correct answer The nature of one's behavior is the most important aspect in determining deviance. Deviance is most related to functionalism because it creates a dysfunction for society Deviance is analogous to mental illness Points earned on this question: 1 Question 23 (Worth 1 points)
How a society treats its deviants is one measure of how humane it is. What would an examination of prisons and mental hospitals in the United States suggest regarding this standard? The United States is the most humane society in the world Prisons are a last resort in dealing with deviants U.S. prisons emphasize prisoner rehabilitation and mental hospitals cure the mentally ill. They are both used as warehouse for the unwanted This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 24 (Worth 1 points)
In which two societies would someone find relationships based on history, being diffuse, and long-term? agricultural and industrial societies horticultural and agricultural societies This is a correct answer horticultural and post industrial societies industrial and postindustrial societies Points earned on this question: 1 Question 25 (Worth 1 points)
What is a group's formal and informal means of enforcing norms called social solidarity the social imperative social control This is a correct answer social bond Points earned on this question: 1
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QUIZ SOCI 4 Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 1 points)
Sociologically, why is gender especially significant? It is a master status cutting across all aspects of life. This is a correct answer It permits a comparison to superior male qualities. It provides one group to lead, another to follow. It reinforces the teachings of Genesis Points earned on this question: 1 Question 2 (Worth 1 points)
Which statement is least accurate regarding sex and gender? There is unequal access to power, prestige, and property based on one's sex. Being born male or female carries images and expectations on how one should act Gender is sociologically significant because it is how society controls its members The terms sex and gender are sociologically and biologically interchangeable This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 3 (Worth 1 points)
Jeanann and her two children are on welfare. Research indicates that it is likely that Jeanann and her children will be in poverty for ________. at least five or six years until both children are 18 years of age a year or less This is a correct answer between eight and ten years Points earned on this question: 1 Question 4 (Worth 1 points)
What is the significant difference between the class system and the systems of slavery, caste and estate? The class system is not based on religion. The class system has fluid boundaries. This is a correct answer The class system only works in democracies. The class system existed before the other three Points earned on this question: 1 Question 5 (Worth 1 points)
A system of beliefs that justifies a particular social arrangement such as slavery is called a constitution class consciousness a theory an ideology This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 6 (Worth 1 points)
Which of the following statements is most accurate in respect to determining social prestige in modern society? Social prestige is based primarily on the wealth one accumulates. One's occupational title is the greatest influence in determining social prestige This is a correct answer Together wealth and power are the determining factors of social prestige Family lineage is the primary determinant of social prestige Points earned on this question: 1 Question 7 (Worth 1 points)
Of the following methods, which would be the best way to preserve a stratification system? Demonstrating violation of law through public punishment. Establishing a well trained and highly armed police force Controlling ideas, information, technology and social networks through ideology This is a correct answer Brute force and coercion to keep dissidents in their place. Points earned on this question: 1 Question 8 (Worth 1 points)
Why do sociologists classify females as a minority group? Women are out numbered by men in virtually every society Women are not as physically strong as men Men perform the most difficult and dangerous work in most societies. Women are discriminated against because of their physical characteristics. This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 9 (Worth 1 points)
The theory that explains how global stratification developed that includes core nations, periphery nations, semi-periphery nations, and external areas is ________ theory. dependency culture of poverty colonialization world system This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 10 (Worth 1 points)
What is the relationship between one's social class and their chances of being a victim of crime? positive direct inverse This is a correct answer null Points earned on this question: 1 Question 11 (Worth 1 points)
Phil, a janitor for an expensive apartment-house complex in Chicago, is a union janitor who makes quite a bit more money than many of the tenants in the building he maintains. Lenski would note that Phil's high income but low occupational prestige demonstrates a condition of ________. status insecurity status contradiction status inconsistency This is a correct answer status incompatibility Points earned on this question: 1 Question 12 (Worth 1 points)
What did the research by Kohn suggest as being the primary influence upon parents that they emphasized how they reared their children? the worth net of the family the race or ethnicity of the family where the family lived the parents' occupations This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 13 (Worth 1 points)
Which of the following statements best describes how feminists view sexual harassment? It is a fundamental difference in how men and women think. It is based on the social process that guides society. It is based on the structural problems embedded in society. This is a correct answer It is caused by the biological differences between men and women Points earned on this question: 1 Question 14 (Worth 1 points)
What is Durkheim's term for a condition in which people become detached from the norms that guide their behavior? compurgation primogeniture negative affective state anomie This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 15 (Worth 1 points)
To what do sociologists compare the conversations between a man and a woman? an employer and employee This is a correct answer social equals two children a husband and wife Points earned on this question: 1 Question 16 (Worth 1 points)
In which of the following societies would slavery be most likely to exist? pastoral society agricultural society This is a correct answer industrial society post industrial society Points earned on this question: 1 Question 17 (Worth 1 points)
In both England and the United States, what percentage of the population is occupied by the elite upper class? one percent This is a correct answer three percent five percent ten percent Points earned on this question: 1 Question 18 (Worth 1 points)
What are the three variables Max Weber identified as defining social class? ethnicity, race, sex wealth, power, prestige This is a correct answer sex, power, education occupation, neighborhood, wealth Points earned on this question: 1 Question 19 (Worth 1 points)
What is the strongest variable in developing correlations to which social groups are in poverty geographic location race/ethnicity This is a correct answer sex education Points earned on this question: 1 Question 20 (Worth 1 points)
Sally is employed as a computer programmer for the Ellis Corporation. She has a savings account of $15,000 and owns a few shares of Ellis stock. She thinks of herself as an investor rather than as a worker. Marx would maintain that Sally has experienced ________. false class consciousness This is a correct answer misplaced commitment a management ideology the Hawthorne Effect Points earned on this question: 1 Question 21 (Worth 1 points)
In every society from the hunting and gathering society to the post industrial society, what has been the most common basis for social stratification? race income level of education gender This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 1 Question 22 (Worth 1 points)
What is Cynthia Fuchs Epstein's basic argument to explain what determines the type of work performed by men and women in each society? It is based on biology and climate It is a product of socialization and social control This is a correct answer Motivation and aspirations are the determining factors. Status and wealth determine who does specific work Points earned on this question: 1 Question 23 (Worth 1 points)
The control of the Least Industrialized Nations by the Industrialized Nations through debts owed to them is referred to as ________. imperialism neocolonialism This is a correct answer modernization capitalism Points earned on this question: 1 Question 24 (Worth 1 points)
When used by sociologists, the term "wealth," refers to ________. only the property that a person owns only the income made from a person's occupation both property owned and income made by the person less debts This is a correct answer income after state and federal taxes have been withheld Points earned on this question: 1 Question 25 (Worth 1 points)
Eric Wright revised Marx's concept of social classes by regarding some people as simultaneously occupying more than one class. He termed their positions in the class structure ________. status inconsistency contradictory class locations This is a correct answer status incompatibility class ambiguity Points earned on this question: 1



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Up Arrow THANK YOU so much Too Funny

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@careyedwardlucas The quizzes you posted are extremely hard to understand which answer is correct.



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Sorry about that but that's how I recieved them, look for "this is a correct answer", this will always be directly behind the answer. The easiest way for me was to copy n paste into a word/text document then pull up the find tab, type the question in and go from there



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