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Experience Sociology_16 - 96 A manifest function of crime...

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96. (p. 19) A manifest function of crime is the creation of law enforcement jobs. FALSE Croteau - Chapter 01 #96 Level: Moderate Topic: Sociologys Diverse Theories Type: Application 97. (p. 19) A system that is limited in its abilities or that contains disruptive elements is called dysfunctional. TRUE Croteau - Chapter 01 #97 Level: Basic Topic: Sociologys Diverse Theories Type: Knowledge 98. (p. 18) Structural-functionalist theories would view crime as serving a role in society. TRUE Croteau - Chapter 01 #98 Level: Moderate Topic: Sociologys Diverse Theories Type: Comprehension 99. (p. 22) Structure refers to how societies and institutions are organized. FALSE Croteau - Chapter 01 #99 Level: Moderate Topic: Sociologys Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power Type: Knowledge 100. (p. 21) Art, gestures, and language are all components of culture. TRUE Croteau - Chapter 01 #100
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Level: Basic Topic: Sociologys Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power Type: Knowledge
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Chapter 1 Summary Category # of Questions Croteau - Chapter 01 100 Level: Basic 58 Level: Moderate 42
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  • Fall '09
  • Dorsey
  • Sociology, Sociologys Common Ground, Sociologys Diverse Theories

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