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STUDY GUIDE - SOC. 366, THIRD EXAM The following questions will guide you to the kinds of lecture and reading materials that will be covered in the exam. 1. What is the disease conception of alcoholism and why do many sociologists consider it to be limited? The idea that there is some physiology factor that causes people to be addicted to and abuse alcohol. Don’t make decisions well about it, and aren’t able to do without it. This may be situation specific. Why can some people drink all the time with no problems, others cant. Different countries, communities, towns vs cities, etc. 2. What is the relationship between drinking and social class? Drinking and gender? Drinking and marital status? Drinking and race? How are social class, gender, marital status, and race related to heavy drinking? 3. How can Edwin Sutherland's theory of differential association be used to explain drinking? If we associate with people who drink, we will learn from those associations why to drink, how to drink, that drinking is ok…it takes away the guilt factor by saying that it is ok. 4. What is the evidence for the deterrent effects of drinking-and-driving laws? 5. What are the demographic patterns of masturbation in the U.S.? 6. How was masturbation viewed historically, both outside and inside the U.S.? It has been historically condemned. Sometimes it is encouraged, sometimes it is completely repulsive. Encouraged as safe sex, alternative to cheating/adultery. 7.
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