chapter.1.quiz - 1 The unit of analysis for psychology is a...

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1. The unit of analysis for psychology is: a. society. b. social groups. c. human cultures. d. the individual. 2. According to Wright Mills, "troubles:" a. originate in the institutional arrangements. b. spring from events or feelings in one individual's life. c. originate in the history of a society. d. affect large numbers of people. 3. Which of the following countries has the highest rate of imprisonment of all nations in the world? a. Russia b. China c. South Africa d. United States 4. Debunking refers to: a. the anti-banking movement. b. the empirical nature of sociology. c. the unmasking tendency of sociology. d. the experiences of insiders. 5. Which of the following statements is true? a. In 1900, one of two Americans was White. b. In 1900, one of eight Americans was not White. c. In 1900, one of ten Americans was White. d. In 1900, one of three Americans was not White. 6. The Enlightenment is also known as: a. the Age of Reason. b. the Age of Faith. c. the Age of Humanity. d. the Age of Morals. 7. According to Durkheim, people in society are glued together by: a. manners. b. natural laws. c. belief systems. d. social dissonance.
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8. According to Karl Marx, the most important influence on what humans think and how they behave is: a. the economic organization of society. b. the political organization of society.
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