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5 Matching questions

  1. Sexual revolution
  2. Comparable worth
  3. Class (Weber)
  4. Sexual orientation
  5. Discrimination
  1. a Behavior: negative/unequal treatment of members of a group based on their membership in that group
  2. b paying women and men equivalent wages for jobs of similar skill level
  3. c economic dimension of stratification, how much access to the material goods of society oa group or individual has
  4. d the widespread changes i mens and womens roles and a greater public acceptance of sexuality as a normal part of social development
  5. e attraction that people feel for people of the same of different sex; implies something deeply rooted in a person

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Attitude: evaluation of group based on conceptions about the group despite facts that disprove them
  2. Obvious, overt racism ex: physical assault
  3. Class (economic demension), Status (prestige), Party (or power, political dimension)
  4. total pattern of gender relations that structure social institutions, including stereotypical expectations, interpersonal relationships,a nd the different placement of men and women that are found in institutions
  5. men fill instrumental roles in society where women fill expressive roles; arrangment works to benefit society

5 True/False questions

  1. Aversive racismSubtle, covert, nonobvious ex: avoiding interaction

          

  2. Scapegoat theoryevolved from recognizing the socially constructed nature of sexual identity; interprets society as forcing sexual boundaries on people; challenges the idea that only one form of sexuality is normal and all other forms are deviant or wrong

          

  3. Occupational prestigeaka "traffic in women"; the use of women worldwide as sex workers in an institutional context where sex itself is commodity

          

  4. Estate systemOwnership of property and the exercise of power is monopolized by an elite who have total control over societal resources. Most common in agricultural societies

          

  5. Intragenerationaloccurring within a generation

          

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