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Quiz 4 Warning : There is a checkbox at the bottom of the exam form that you MUST check prior to submitting this exam. Failure to do so may cause your work to be lost. This exam is due Jul 31, 2011 at 11:59 PM. Instructions : The purpose of this quiz is for you to learn the material and get all of the answers correct. You may re-take the quiz as many times as you like between now and the deadline. Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Sociologically, why is gender especially significant? It is a master status cutting across all aspects of life. It permits a comparison to superior male qualities. It provides one group to lead, another to follow. It reinforces the teachings of Genesis Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Which statement is least accurate regarding sex and gender? There is unequal access to power, prestige, and property based on one's sex. Being born male or female carries images and expectations on how one should act Gender is sociologically significant because it is how society controls its members The terms sex and gender are sociologically and biologically interchangeable Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Jeanann and her two children are on welfare. Research indicates that it is likely that Jeanann and her children will be in poverty for ________. at least five or six years until both children are 18 years of age a year or less between eight and ten years Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) What is the significant difference between the class system and the systems of slavery, caste and estate? The class system is not based on religion. The class system has fluid boundaries. The class system only works in democracies. The class system existed before the other three Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) A system of beliefs that justifies a particular social arrangement such as slavery is called a constitution class consciousness a theory an ideology ... View Full Document

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