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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Scapegoat theory
  2. Eugenics
  3. Cultural pluralism
  4. Income
  5. Comparable worth
  1. a frustration turns to aggression directed toward minority groups
  2. b Amount of money recieved in a given period
  3. c dft groups in society maintaining their distinctive cultures while also coexisting peacefully with the dominant group
  4. d paying women and men equivalent wages for jobs of similar skill level
  5. e sought to apply the scientific principles of genetic selection to improve the offspring of the human race

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. society or group where women have power over men
  2. perception that a class structure exists along with a feeling of shared identification with others in one's class
  3. used by symbolic interactionists to interpret sexual identity as learned, not inborn
  4. the prestige dimension of startification, the social judgment of recognition given to a person or group
  5. practicies that single out some groups for different and unequal treatment; ex: sexual harrassment

5 True/False questions

  1. Conflict theory and genderwomen are disadvantaged by power inequities between women and men that are built into social structure


  2. Gender apartheidextreme segregation and exclusion of women from public life


  3. dual labor market theorywomen and men make dft amounts because they work in different segments of the labor market:: primary market (jobs stable, good wages, advancement opportunities) vs secondary market (high turnover, low wages, nonexistent promotion ladders)


  4. Feminization of povertybelief for many Americans that with enough hard work and loyalty to the dominant white culture of the country any minority can manke it and thus "assimilate" into American society


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