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5 Matching questions

  1. social mobility
  2. absolute poverty
  3. crime
  4. caste systems
  5. It demonstrates that our social world guides our actions and life choices.
  1. a common in agarian societies
  2. b From a sociological perspective, which of the following is true regarding the decision about
    whom to marry?
  3. c a change in position within the social hierarchy
  4. d a deprivation of resources that is life threatening
  5. e violation for norms formally enacted into criminal law

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the presence of observers prompts police to take stronger control of a situation
  2. The value that occurs midway in a series of numbers (or the middle case) is the
  3. meant that sociologists: focus on the bizarre elements of society.work to avoid the idea that we live our lives only in terms of what we decide.
  4. gov't classifies 3.5 million ppl - 1 in 4 are under 18
  5. -Hate Crimes
    -Deviance and Gender
    -The behaviour of women and men is judged differently

5 True/False questions

  1. Personality Factors:- Shaped largely by social experience
    - may be a result of unsuccessful socialization
    - containment theory: + self-image can keep boys from becoming delinquent

          

  2. liazos1972 points out that ppl we tend to define as deviants are typically those who share the trait of powerlessness

          

  3. Mores-was concerned with poverty amid riches.
    - Nobility became Capitalists
    -Peasants and serfs became the Proletariat
    •His work has been criticized for failing to recognize
    that a system of unequal rewards may be necessary
    to motivate people to perform their social roles
    effectively.
    Western capitalism has failed to experience
    a Marxist revolution because:
    - Many payoffs at different levels
    - A higher standard of living for workers
    - Benefits of workers' unions
    - More extensive legal protections, like
    safety, unemployment insurance,
    disability, etc....
    - Lower income inequality

          

  4. caste systemsocial stratification or layering based on ascription (born into it) - It influences occupation, marriage (endogamy), social contacts, and is maintained by cultural beliefs - eg: India and Africa or race

          

  5. Caste system:social stratification or layering based on ascription (born into it) - It influences occupation, marriage (endogamy), social contacts, and is maintained by cultural beliefs - eg: India and Africa or race