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5 Matching questions

  1. Estate system
  2. Open class systems
  3. Lower class
  4. Gender socialization
  5. Aurthoritarian personality
  1. a Ownership of property and the exercise of power is monopolized by an elite who have total control over societal resources. Most common in agricultural societies
  2. b authroitarian personality are more likely to be prejudiced against minorities than nonauthoritarian individuals
  3. c process through which men and women learn the expectations associated with their sex; Parents most important source, school, religion, media, popular cultureed`1d
  4. d displaced and poor; little formal education; often unemployed or working in minimum wage jobs
  5. e Placement in the class system is based on individual achievement, not ascription; loose class boundaries, high rates of class mobility, weak perceptions of class difference

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. increasing proportion of the poor who are women and children; 1/3 of families headed by women are poor
  3. Obvious, overt racism ex: physical assault
  4. result of differences int he indiviual characteristic st aht worker bring to jobs; assumes that the economic syste m is fair and competitive adn that wage discrepancies reflect differences in the resources that individuals bring to jobs
  5. men fill instrumental roles in society where women fill expressive roles; arrangment works to benefit society

5 True/False questions

  1. Myth of model minoritythe idea that a minority group must adopt alleged dominant group values to succeed

          

  2. Sexual identitysocially defined and patterned

          

  3. Intragenerationalpracticies that single out some groups for different and unequal treatment; ex: sexual harrassment

          

  4. Upper classowns major share of corporate and personal wealth; had wealth for generations or recently become rich; very small portion of society

          

  5. Status (Weber)the prestige dimension of startification, the social judgment of recognition given to a person or group