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5 Matching questions

  1. In which group would there be the greatest number of relationships?
    A) a traditional marriage
    B) a panel of three
    C) the starting nine on a baseball team
    D) the starting five on a basketball team
  2. The significance of names or reputations given to people when they engage in certain types of behavior is the focus of ________ theory.
    A) labeling
    B) control
    C) differential association
    D) strain
  3. A(n) ________ leadership style has the tendency to encourage either aggressive or apathetic behavior among group members with aggressive members growing increasingly hostile towards their leader.
    A) authoritarian
    B) expressive
    C) laissez-faire
    D) democratic
  4. In companies with stock ownership plans, what was the result of studies related to their profit
    record?
    A) Employee-owned companies made more profit than traditionally owned companies.
    B) More research is needed to provide a definitive answer on the comparison of profits between employee-owned and traditionally owned companies.
    C) Employee-owned companies made about the same profit as traditionally owned companies.
    D) Employee-owned companies made less profit than traditionally owned companies.
  5. Ritualistic procedures intended to humiliate norm violators and mark them as being moral
    outcasts of the group to which they once belonged are called ________.
    A) degradation ceremonies
    B) profiling
    C) sanctions
    D) stereotyping
  1. a authoritarian
  2. b labeling
  3. c more research is needed to provide a definitive answer on the comparison of profits between employee-owned and traditionally owned companies
  4. d degradation ceremonies
  5. e the starting nine on a baseball team

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the experiment
  2. strain theory
  3. a bowl of clumpy oatmeal
  4. strain
  5. a police officer taking $100 to refrain from writing a speeding ticket

5 True/False questions

  1. Which of the following research errors is less likely to be classified as fraud and more likely to be considered as simply sloppy work?
    A) analyzing the data incorrectly
    B) disregarding undesirable results
    C) asking biased questions
    D) choosing a biased sample
    a multiple-choice exam

          

  2. The crime with the highest increase among women between 1992 and 2005 was ________.
    A) car theft
    B) drug offenses
    C) murder
    D) bank robbery
    Robert Michels

          

  3. Michael is going to survey members of the gay and lesbian student union and gather data on their personal lives, interests, and demographics to develop a profile of their membership. To be most successful and receive the most valid responses, what should Michael do?
    A) Michael should begin the questionnaire by asking neutral questions.
    B) Michael should refrain from asking for data on sexual behavior.
    C) Michael should distribute the survey only to volunteers.
    D) Michael should include a statement in his survey that he is gay.
    she is using a biased sample to collect her data

          

  4. The feeling of trust that researchers establish with their respondents is referred to as ________.
    A) confidentiality
    B) commitment
    C) rapport
    D) empathy
    Emile Durkheim

          

  5. A researcher is asking questions of a serious nature, and a respondent gives only "socially
    acceptable" answers. This is an example of ________.
    A) interviewer bias
    B) research fraud
    C) research bias
    D) poor sample selection
    interviewer bias

          

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