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Topic: Understanding Social StructureType: Comprehension87.Social structures never change; they are constant fixtures of a society. (p. 88)Croteau - Chapter 04 #87Level: BasicTopic: Understanding Social StructureType: Comprehension88.Achieved statuses are ones that individuals work toward, whereas ascribed statuses are ones that are assigned to someone. (p. 90)Croteau - Chapter 04 #88Level: ModerateTopic: Understanding Social StructureType: Knowledge89.Weber believed that as modern life progresses, the social world will become increasingly complex, which will lead people to act increasingly emotionally as a coping mechanism. (p. 99)Croteau - Chapter 04 #89Level: ModerateTopic: How Structures Change: ActionType: Comprehension90.Individuals are fully determined by social life; they are not capable of independent action. (p. 87)Croteau - Chapter 04 #90Level: ModerateTopic: IntroductionType: Comprehension