11 - QUESTION 1 F 1 Sociologist Emile Durkheim applied natural ecology to his analysis of organic solidarity characterized by a simple division of labor

11 - QUESTION 1 F 1 Sociologist Emile Durkheim applied...

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QUESTION 1 F1.Sociologist Emile Durkheim applied natural ecology tohis analysis of organic solidarity, characterized by a simple division of labor and shared religious beliefs such as those found in small, agrarian societies; and mechanical solidarity, characterized by interdependence based on the elaborate division of labor found in large, urban societies. True False 1 points QUESTION 2 T1.Sociologists Joe Feagin and Robert Parker asserted that urban space has an “exchange value” which refers to the profits that industrialists make from buying, selling, and developing land and buildings; and a “use value” which is the utility of space, land, and buildings for everyday life, family life, and neighborhood life. 1 points QUESTION 3 T1.Gentrification is the process by which members of themiddle and upper-middle classes, especially whites, move into the central-city area and renovate existing properties.
1 points QUESTION 4 F1.Undocumented male workers are often older than legal immigrants. 1 points QUESTION 5 T1.Undocumented immigrant workers are over-represented in occupational groupings such as farming, cleaning, construction, and food preparation. True False 1 points QUESTION 6 F1.Episodic framing refers to news writing that focuses on the human interest side of a story and shows that the individuals involved are caring people. 1 points

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