personality develops over the entire life course in patterned ways
Which of the following statements comes closest to describing Erik H. Erikson's view of socialization?
ignores how structural factors such as class affect people's experiences
A criticism of the symbolic-interaction approach is that it
In freud's model of personality, the ___ represents the presence of culture within the individual.
both the structural-functional and the social-conflict approaches
Which of the following theoretical approaches paints society in broad strokes at a macro level?
rich societies extend childhood longer than poor societies do
Looking at childhood in a global perspective, we find that
what is the term for a basic image of society that guides thinking and research?
Gerhard Lenski focused on which of the following factors as having great power to shape a society?
an information based economy
Compared to an industrial society, a postindustrial society was based on
invention, discovery, diffusion
The text states that culture change is set in motion in 3 general ways
Jean Piaget called the level of development at which individuals first use language and other cultural symbols the
The theoretical approach in sociology that views society as a complex system whose parts work together to promote solidarity and stability is the
it ignores inequality that can generate tension and conflict
Which of the following statements is an accurate criticism of the structural-functional approach?