5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- community based correlations
- two major components of the structural-functional approach
- It demonstrates that our social world guides our actions and life choices.
- symbolic interaction aradigm
- a From a sociological perspective, which of the following is true regarding the decision about
whom to marry?
- b violation of formal criminal law
- c correctional programs operating within a society at large rather than behind prison walls
- d points up how ppl aatach various meaning to sexuality. societies differ. and sexual patterns within a society change over time
- e Social structure, social functions
5 Multiple choice questions
- emphasizes individual responsibility - helps explain why public assistance for the poor is sometimes controversial
- research method involving analysis of data originally collected by others
- -enables students to better grasp Canada's diversity.
- can strengthen the academic achievement of Aboriginal Canadians.
- teaches global connectedness.
- is an effective strategy for presenting an accurate picture of the past.
- 1949 suggested that body structure might predict criminality
- incompatibility among roles corresponding to two or more
5 True/False questions
Symbolic-Interaction Analysis → •Labelling theory
•Primary and secondary deviance.
•Social stigma and degradation ceremonies.
•The medicalization of deviance (re-labelling
of a deviant behavior)
•Hirschi's Control Theory
latent functions. → a criminal act against a person or a person's property by an offender motivated by racial or other biases
reckless & dinitz → 1967 illustrate the psychological approach - got teachers to categorize 12 year old male students - containment theroy
beliefs → are particular matters people hold to be true or false.
social-conflict → The observation that police are more likely to arrest sex workers than their male clients is consistent with which theoretical analysis of sexuality