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5 Matching questions

  1. proletarians
  2. Davis-Moore thesis
  3. max weber
  4. socialization
  5. males have the highest suicide rates.
  1. a social stratification is a universal pattern because it has beneficial consequences for the operation of a society.
  2. b ppl who sell their productive labour for wages
  3. c Suicide rates for people in Canada show that:
  4. d the lifelong social experience by which individuals develop human potential and learn culture
  5. e identified 3 distinct dimensions of social stratification:
    1. economic class 2. social status/prestige 3. power
    = together these form a multidimensional hierarchy socioenomic status (SES)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. School children learning about competition and cooperation while taking part in a spelling bee and playing sports
  2. the investigation of the interplay of race, class and gender, often resulting in multiple dimensions of disadvantage
  3. + self-image can keep boys from becoming delinquent
  4. Kinsey's publication of the first study of sexuality in the US.S in 1948
  5. The greater a person's commitment
    to legitimate opportunities, the greater conformity.

5 True/False questions

  1. Stratification and Conflictvary from one culture to another.

          

  2. Societal surplus:increases the division of labour.

          

  3. symbolic-interaction approachis a framework for building theory that sees society as the product of the everyday interactions of individuals.

          

  4. poorA statement of how and why specific facts are related is called a:

          

  5. two major components of the structural-functional approach- The paradigm, as it pursues political goals, cannot claim scientific objectivity.
    -Like the structural-functionalist approach, the social-conflict approach paints society in broad strokes.
    - It largely ignores how shared values and interdependence can unify members of a society.
    - It views society in terms of generalizations.

          

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