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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. cultural transmission
  2. symbol(defines by sociologists)
  3. technology
  4. Social Dysfunctions
  5. Variable
  1. a Gerhard Lenski claimed that which of the following has the greatest power to shape a society.
  2. b Anything that carries meaning to people who sahre a culture.
  3. c Passing cultural patterns from one generation to another.
  4. d Imagine that you were going to measure the age of a number of respondents taking part in a survey. As you record the data you are using the concept (age) as:
  5. e Social structures sometimes have negative consequences for the operation of society as a whole. What is the term for these negative consequences?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Which of the following concepts refers to people who interact in a defined territory and share culture.
  2. Whether repeating the measurement yields consistent results.
  3. The intangible world of ideas created by members of a society is referred to as:
  4. Three of the following statements below are part of the definition of a cause and effect relationship. One is not. Which one is not?
  5. ________ are rules about everyday casual living; _________ are rules with great moral significance.

5 True/False questions

  1. Auguste ComteThe term sociology was coined in 1838 by?

          

  2. economic survivalA theory states that increasing a person's formal education results in increased earnings over a lifetime period. In this theory higher education is the:

          

  3. popular cultureThe intangible world of ideas created by members of a society is referred to as:

          

  4. Manifest FunctionsSocial structures sometimes have negative consequences for the operation of society as a whole. What is the term for these negative consequences?

          

  5. Sapir-Whorf thesis (point)The recognized and intended consequences of a social pattern are referred to as:

          

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