• 3 Pages Quiz6
    Quiz6

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points The World Bank sets a "poverty threshold" at _ a day for the least developing countries. Answer Selected Answer: a. $1.25 Correct Answer: a. $1.25

  • 3 Pages Quiz4
    Quiz4

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points _ accounts for more than twothirds of all property arrests. Answer Selected Answer: c. Larceny Correct Answer: c. Larceny Question 2 2

  • 3 Pages Quiz5
    Quiz5

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points In which of the following countries are women and men most likely to have egalitarian relationships? Answer Selected Answer: Correct Answer: a. Norway

  • 7 Pages Quiz 9
    Quiz 9

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Early in our history, problems of old age were considered to be: Student Value Correct Answer Response A. Personal 100% problems B. Social problems C. Conflictual problems D. Family problems Score: 1/1 Feedback 2. From the _ perspective, a social problem

  • 8 Pages Quiz 2
    Quiz 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    In colonial India, a handful of British discriminated against several hundred million Indians. The British are the: Student Value Correct Answer Response A. Dominant 100% Group B. Minority Group C. RacialEthnic Group D. SplitLabor Market Score: 1/1 Feedba

  • 6 Pages Quiz 3
    Quiz 3

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    A society in which men rule over the women is _. Student Value Correct Answer Response A. Matriarchal B. Misogynistic C. Patriarchal 100% D. A Glass Ceiling Score: 1/1 Feedback 2. Herbert and Miranda recently discussed the nature versus nurture debate on

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 10
    Soc 220 Quiz 10

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    society peoplewholivewithinsometerritory andsharemanypatternsofbehavior culture awayoflifeincludingwidespread values(aboutwhatisgoodandbad), andbeliefs(aboutwhatistrue),and behavior(whatpeopledoeveryday) sociology thesystematicstudyofhuman societies socio

  • 3 Pages Quiz7
    Quiz7

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points In the national survey described in Self and Society, which of the following were people most likely to do to cut back on their spending in tough economic times? Answer Sel

  • 3 Pages Quiz13
    Quiz13

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points _ percent of the world's energy comes from clean renewable resources. Answer Selected Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 1 Question 2 2 out of 2

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    Quiz12

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points For 99% of human history population growth was restricted by Answer Selected Answer: disease and limited food supply Correct Answer: disease and limited food

  • 3 Pages Quiz11
    Quiz11

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points The term "sexual orientation" refers to the classification of individuals as heterosexual, bisexual, or homosexual, based on their Answer Selected Answer: all of the

  • 3 Pages Quiz10
    Quiz10

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points U.S. women received the right to vote in what year? Answer Selected Answer: 1920 Correct Answer: 1920 Question 2 2 out of 2 points

  • 3 Pages Quiz8
    Quiz8

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points In a survey of high school dropouts, the most common answer to the question of what could be done to improve students' chances of staying in school was Answer Selected A

  • 3 Pages Quiz15
    Quiz15

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points Michael Klare, author of Resources Wars:The New Landscape of Global Conflict (2001) predicts that wars will increasingly be over Answer Selected Answer: resources Correct

  • 3 Pages Quiz9
    Quiz9

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    Question 1 2 out of 2 points In sociological terminology, a minority group is a category of people who Answer Selected Answer: have unequal access to positions of power, prestige, and wealth

  • 2 Pages soc 220 quiz 4
    Soc 220 Quiz 4

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Scapegoating Blamingofoneparticularfamily memberfornearlyeverythingthat goeswrong Gaslighting Whenonepartnerconstantly criticizestheother Loweringtheothersselfesteem Passiveaggressivenesstotheextreme 5RulestoFairFighting 1)Attacktheproblem 2)Specificfocus

  • 2 Pages soc 220 quiz 1
    Soc 220 Quiz 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    policydomain thepartofthepoliticalsystemthat focusesonaparticularsocialissue, suchasfamilyproblems,criminal justice,orhealthpolicy. policymakersagenda decidewhichissuesreceivethemost mediacoverage.* charactoristicsoflobbys representandindustry,profession,

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 2
    Soc 220 Quiz 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Culturalresources ourtastes,language,andwayof lookingattheworld Howdidgoalsofcontemporarysocial movementschange . newshole totalamountofspaceinanewspaper thatcanbedevotedtoeditorial contentversusadvertising growthofnewsmaking Primaryandsecondaryclaims pri

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 3
    Soc 220 Quiz 3

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    prison acorrectionalinstitutionwhere personsareconfinedwhileontrialor forpunishment paroleofficer Apersonwhosupervisestheperson onparolemakingsuretheperson followstherulesrequiredforrelease. probation atrialperiodduringwhichan offenderhastimetoredeemhimse

  • 4 Pages soc 220 quiz 5
    Soc 220 Quiz 5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    sex thebiologicaldistinctionbetween femalesandmales sexism thebeliefthatonesexisinnately superiortotheother genderstratification theunequaldistributionofwealth, power,andprivilegebetweenmen andwomen misdemeanor alessseriouscrimepunishablebyless thanoneyea

  • 2 Pages soc 22o quiz 8
    Soc 22o Quiz 8

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    intersectiontheory theinvestigationoftheinterplayof race,class,andgenderoftenresulting inmultipledimensionsof disadvantage race asociallyconstructedcategoryof peoplewhosharebiologically transmittedtraitsthatmembersofa societydefineasimportant ethnicity as

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 6
    Soc 220 Quiz 6

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    gender thepersonaltraitsanlifechancesthat asocietylinkstobeingfemaleor male patriarchy asocialpatterminwhichmales dominatefemales matriarchy asocialpatterninwhichfemales dominatemales glassceiling subtlediscriminationthateffectively blocksthemovementofwom

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 9
    Soc 220 Quiz 9

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    politicalspectrum acontinuumrepresentingarangeof politicalattitudes,from"left"to "right" socialissues politicaldebatesinvolvingmoral judgmentsabouthowpeopleshould live economicissues politicaldebatesabouthowasociety shoulddistributematerialresources theor

  • 3 Pages soc 220 quiz 12
    Soc 220 Quiz 12

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    sexualorientation Referstotheattractionthatpeople feelforpeopleofthesameor differentsex. sexualidentity Thedefinitionofoneselfthatis formedaroundone'ssexual relationships. Islearnedinthecontextofoursocial relationshipsandthesocialstructures inwhichwelive.

  • 7 Pages Quiz 6
    Quiz 6

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Functionalists suggest that changes in the traditional functions of family have: Student Value Correct Answer Response A. Weakened 100% the Family Unit B. Strengthened the Family Unit C. Have Not Impacted the Family Unit D. None of the Above Score: 1/1 Fe

  • 1 Page test3sg
    Test3sg

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Which category of the U.S. population is least likely to vote? What is laissez-faire? What is capitalist economy? What is welfare capitalism? Examples? How does C. Wright Mills define the power elite? How do conservative and liberal views assess the funct

  • 1 Page test1sg
    Test1sg

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Who wrote the American Pledge of Allegiance? What is Christian Socialism? Which major institution did your instructor mention in the class as the most socialist in terms of providing social benefits to its members? Which names are usually associated with

  • 1 Page test 2sg
    Test 2sg

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    What is the definition of life course? What were the relative wealth, power, and prestige of old persons in pre-industrial societies and what are they now? What is the approximate life expectancy in North American and other richest countries of Western Eu

  • 5 Pages syllabus
    Syllabus

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    SOC 220 Social Problems Fall 2010 Materials & Electrical Engineering B012 Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 3:30 4:20 PM Instructor: Arslan Jumaniyazov Email: ajumaniy@purdue.edu Office Location: Stone Hall 340 Office Hours: Fridays 11:00 AM 1:00 PM, and

  • 1 Page SOC 220
    SOC 220

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Guidelines for Writing a Research Paper for SOC220 This is a chance for you to exercise critical thinking analysis I hope you have been gaining in this class. Writing a research paper of this kind will help you to analyze a social problem of your own choo

  • 1 Page SOC 220 History of Social Problems
    SOC 220 History Of Social Problems

    School: Purdue

    2008_01_23 The Natural History of Social Problems Wednesday, January 23, 2008 1:31 PM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. True or False: Income is distributed more unequally than wealth - FALSE Consumption distributed more equally than income US has 8:1 ratio of top

  • 1 Page SOC 220 Greetings and Intro
    SOC 220 Greetings And Intro

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    Introduction Monday, January 07, 2008 1:31 PM Professor Hillis Bachelor's in Finance, Masters in Economics, Doctorate in Sociology From Indiana 50 years old, used to be into basketball, blew out shoulder Reptile fanatic Plays chess Horrible w/ answe

  • 1 Page SOC 220 Intro
    SOC 220 Intro

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    2008_01_09 Lecture 2: Introduction continued Wednesday, January 09, 2008 1:38 PM Durkheim - Anomie Skeptical of psychology and capitalism Favored looking at macro level Suicide studies Suicide rates w/in countries tended to be stable Variation b

  • 26 Pages lecture_ch05
    Lecture_ch05

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Chapter1 Sociology:StudyingSocial Problems Chapter 5: Aging and Inequality Social Problems, Fourth Edition by John J. Macionis Copyright 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper GrowingOld Lifecourse:sociallyconstructedstagesthat peoplepassthroughastheyliveou

  • 72 Pages lecture_ch06
    Lecture_ch06

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Chapter1 Sociology:StudyingSocial Problems Chapter6:Crime,Violence,and CriminalJustice Social Problems, Fourth Edition by John J. Macionis Copyright 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Norms,Law,andCrime Normsarerulesandexpectationsby whichasocietyguides

  • 40 Pages schaefer8e_ppt_ch009_v
    Schaefer8e_ppt_ch009_v

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Slide 1 Richard T. Schaefer A Brief Introduction th SOCIOLOGY: 8 Edition 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. chapter 9 CHAPTER OUTLINE Global Inequality The Global Divide Stratification in the World System Stratification within Nati

  • 7 Pages Quiz 10
    Quiz 10

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Which of the following is true? Student Value Correct Answer Response A. Marijuana is the most used drug by college students. B. Men use more drugs than women. C. Half of college aged women binge drank during the past 2 weeks. D. None of 0% the above Scor

  • 9 Pages Quiz 8
    Quiz 8

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    The team of sociologists at Iowa State University is gathering in attitudes toward homelessness. These researchers are: Student Value Response A. Measuring 100% Subjective Concerns B. Measuring Objective Conditions C. Engaged in Case Studies D. Using Comm

  • 7 Pages Quiz 7
    Quiz 7

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    The relationship between living things and their environment is Student Value Response A. Thermal Inversion B. Ecology 100% C. Pollution D. Nuclear Fusion Score: Correct Answer 1/1 2. "Everything is _ everything else" holds the ke environmental problems.

  • 7 Pages Quiz 5
    Quiz 5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    When doctors treat patients not as people but as objects, this is called _. Correct Answer Student Response Value A. Defensive Medicine B. Managed Care 100% C. Depersonalization D. Deinstitutionalization Score: Feedback 1/1 2. Shayla does not have health

  • 7 Pages Quiz 4
    Quiz 4

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    The average person views over _ ads per day. Student Value Correct Answer Response A. 5000 100% B. 1000 C. 100 D. 500 Score: 1/1 Feedback 2. An unsolicited sexual advance made by a person in power is called _. Student Value Correct Answer Response 100% A.

  • 4 Pages Quiz 1
    Quiz 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Quiz 1 What is the name of the town SpongeBob lives in? Student Value Correct Answer Response 1. Bikini Top 2. Ukele Bottom 3. Seaside Shores 100% 4. Bikini Bottom Score: 2/2 Feedback 2. What type of structure does Spongebob live in? Student Value Correct

  • 35 Pages henslin_ch04_lecture
    Henslin_ch04_lecture

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Chapter 4: Alcohol & Other Drugs *This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: any public performances or display, including transmission of any image over a network; preparation of any d

  • 1 Page response paper
    Response Paper

    School: Purdue

    Course: Social Problems

    Your response papers must have the following info: Full Name, Your Student ID#, and Date. You essay should contain 300-400 words (please, include the word count). THE PURPOSE OF THE MOVIE RESPONSE PAPER IS TO DISCUSS SOCIAL PROBLEMS THE FILM RAISES. Keep

  • 2 Pages SOC 220 Sociological Perceptions on Problems
    SOC 220 Sociological Perceptions On Problems

    School: Purdue

    2008_01_11 Lecture 3 Introduction continued Friday, January 11, 2008 1:42 PM Subjective/objective debate Who defines the problem? Subjective - sociologists Objective - people experiencing the problem Changing definitions of social problems and re

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