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3 .   According to our discussion , which one of the following is the most important institutions ? 1 . “ Stable patterns of social relationships among individuals and groups ” is a definition of :
A. Educational institutions
B. Political institutions
A. Social Norms
B. Social organizations
C. Economic institutions
D. Religion
C. Social insitutions
D. Social values
4 .   Fines as large as $ 100,000 for speeding are common in which nations ? 2 . Which one of the following is one of the main features of social organizations ?
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2 .   Which one of the following is one of the main features of social organizations ?
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5 .   In the beginning of globalization , what types of jobs started moving out of USA ?
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10 .   Free health care , free education , and generous retirement benefits , are some of the features of a welfare state . What is the main source of income that is used by a welfare state to provide these benefits to its citizens ? 6 . According to conflict perspective , what is the primary source of capital growth in a Capitalist Society ?
A. Cheap raw material
B. Exploitation of worker s
C. Better technology
A. Money generated from government owned businesses
D. All of the above
6 .   According to conflict perspective , what is the primary source of capital growth in a Capitalist Society ?
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7 .   Which one of the following was discussed in our lectures as one of the problems of advertising ?
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11 .   Which one of the following best describes the sales tax in Michigan ?
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8 .   According to the official data , who pays most of the taxes in Michigan ?
B. Flat tax
C. Unfair tax
D. Fair tax
A. Ordinary individuals
B. Big corporations
C. Small businesses
12 .   The story of Melanie Griffith was used in our class to illustrate one of the following statements . D. The richest people of the states Which one ?
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9 .   Under which economic system , is the state responsible for providing basic needs such as food , housing , and health to its people ?
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16 .   According to our lectures , what was the nature of Social 13 . The video on Indian Dentists was used in our class to illustrate ? Contract ?
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13 .   The video on Indian Dentists was used in our class to illustrate ?
A . Inequality in the health system of India
B . Globalization of health services
C . Brain drain of Indian Doctors
D . All of the above
Answer:  A.   Inequality in the health system of India
14 .   In our class , we discussed a story of a Moghal emperor who locked up a child in a room until he was an adult . Why did he do it ?
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17 .   According to our discussion on state of nature , Thomas Hobbes ,
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15 .   According to a number of social scientists , nations all over the world are ruled by a small number of people who can be labeled as elites . Who were the elites during feaudalism ?
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18 .   According to C.W. Mills , power elites are not visible in ?
A . Simple societies
A. Corporations
B. Landlords
B. Modern societies
C. Large and complex societies
D. Democratic societies
C. Farmers
D. Military
19 .   According to our lectures , which one of the following groups of people tends to use lobbyists ?
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ISS 215 ~ Spring 2011Social InequalityEXAM 2 (Form A)Name: ________________________________________Student Number: ________________________________IMPORTANT: This exam is the property of Center forIntegrative Studies at Michigan State University.Reproduction and sale of this exam in any form isprohibitedDIRECTIONS: PRINT your full name and student number above. Fill in the followinginformation on your scantron (bubble sheet): last name, first letter initial, studentnumber, section and signature. Read each question carefully and provide the correctanswer on your scantron. Return the testing materials (scantron and exam) aftercompletion. Lectures1.“Stable patterns of social relationships among individuals and groups” is a definition of:According to our discussion, which one of the following is the most important institutions?A.Social NormsB.Social organizationsC.Social insitutionsD.Social values
2.Which one of the following is one of the main features of socialorganizations?Fines as large as $100,000 for speeding are common in which nations?
3.According to our discussion, which one of the following is the most important institutions?
4.Fines as large as $100,000 for speeding are common in which nations?
5.In the beginning of globalization,what types of jobs started moving out of USA?A.Manufacturing jobsB.Service jobsC.Both manufacturing and service jobsD.None of the above
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6.According to conflict perspective, what is the primary source of capital growth in a Capitalist Society?
7.Which one of the following was discussed in our lectures as one of the problems of advertising?
8.According to the official data, who pays most of the taxes in Michigan?A.Ordinary individualsB.Big corporationsC.Small businesses
D.The richest people of the states9.Under which economic system,is the state responsible forproviding basic needs such asfood, housing, and health to itspeople?

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