Typically,high income societies (such as the U.S.) make use of which systems to trace ancestry?
Causes of excess deaths in a community folling the shut-down of a factory and outsourcing of jobs.
A Social Scientist would be more likely to study the:
Code of Ethics
The (ASA) standards of acceptable behaivor developed by and for members is called the _________.
The beliefs, values, behavior, and material objects that together make up a people's way of life?
A period of adjustment when nonmaterial culture is still struggling to adapt to new material conditions is called?
Two unrelated adults who share a mutually caring relationship, reside together, and agree to be jointly responsible for their dependents, basic living expenses, and other common necessities.
Families take many, diverse forms.
Celebrity couples that we see in the mass media illustrate that fact that:
Family is important to the socialization process
Families pass along to children social identity in terms of class, ethnicity, and religion, family members are often what what Mead called "significant others," parents greatly affect a child's sense of self all proves that:
__________ are rules about everyday, casual living; __________ are rules with great moral significance.
Learning the attitudes, values, and behaviors appropriate for members of a particular culture.
The process of socialization is best describe as:
Lower social integration
According to Emile Durkheim, a category of people with a higher suicide rate typically has:
Much of what passes for "common sense" in the United States turns out to be at least partly wrong.
The sociological perceptive reveals that:
Norms forbidding sexual relations of marriage between certain relatives.
One norm found everywhere is the incest taboo, which refers to:
Obey the commands of people viewed as legitimate authority figures, even if the behavior may harm another individual.
According to a study by Stanley Milgram, individuals will:
People living together who are linked by blood, marriage, or adoption.
The U.S Census Bureau defines the "family" as:
People see themselves as they think others see them.
When Cooley used the concept "looking glass self," he meant to say that:
What is the general term for a marriage in which an individual can have several husbands or wives at the same time?
W.E.B. DuBois claimed that ______ was the major problem facing the United States during the 20th century.
Marital status, age, religious affiliation, can all serve as examples of a(n) _____ in a variable.
Which sociological research method saves the time and expense of data gathering, but the research has no control over possible data bias?
Every Society tries to regulate the behavior of individuals; this general process is called ________.
Social experience plays a crucial part in forming human personality.
If you were to put together the lesson learned from the cases of Anna, Isabelle, and Genie, you would correctly conclude that:
A situation in which members of society have differing amounts of wealth, prestige or power.
Using the sociological imagination, C. Wright Mills suggested that we transform our "personal troubles" into:
What concept refers to the lifelong social experience by which humans being develop their potential and learn culture.
Using which research method does a researcher ask subjects to respond to items in a questionnaire or an interview?
The creation of a global culture (globalization)
The flow of information around the world, the flow of goods from country to country, the flow of people from country to country all adds to what?
(T/F) In a random sample, each member of the entire population being studied has the same chance of being selected.
(T/F) The use of existing data and documents (secondary analysis) makes most historical research possible.
A measurable trait or characteristic that is subject to change under different conditions is a:
Crime committed by persons of high social positions in the course of their occupations refers to: