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9/29/13 3:37 PMReview Test Submission: Exam 1Page 1 of 16…248079_1&outcome_id=_36462228_1&outcome_definition_id=_2261363_1SOC 101: Introductory Sociology (2013 Spring) 2013Spring-T-SOC101-15196 Review Test Submission: Exam 1HReview Test Submission: Exam 1Review Test Submission: Exam 1UserFahad AlbaijanCourseSOC 101: Introductory Sociology (2013 Spring)TestExam 1Started2/18/13 5:03 PMSubmitted2/18/13 5:57 PMStatusCompletedAttemptScore41 out of 60 points TimeElapsed54 minutes.InstructionsONLY available from 8:00am - 6:00pm TODAY!!You MUST finish this test in one sitting!! This is a ONE-TIME shot!!! (NOTlike the homeworks).If you get "kicked out" of the test, IMMEDIATELY log right back in andcontinue with the exam. The timer is STILL RUNNING.Pick the response that BEST answers the question. You have 75 minutes inwhich to complete the exam.Do NOT hit "save" at any time!! Do NOT hit the "back" button!! Do NOT exitthe exam at any time!! Any of these will kick you out of the exam.When you are COMPLETELY done...then, and only then....hit the "save &submit" button. You MUST "submit" your test when youare finished.Question 1A body builder admires her muscular physique while standing in front of a mirror. She thinks toherself, "I am muscular and strong." This perception is part of the woman's________________.1 out of 1 points
9/29/13 3:37 PMReview Test Submission: Exam 1Page 2 of 16…248079_1&outcome_id=_36462228_1&outcome_definition_id=_2261363_1Question 2Two or more people who interact on the basis of shared social structure and recognizemutual dependency are called:
Question 3"Society is like a skeleton, the parts working in harmony to contribute to themaintenance of the whole. A healthy society is one which is stable and works together."These statements are consistent with which theoretical perspective?
Question 4A(n) __________ is a collection of people who happen to be in the same place at the same timebut share little else in common.
Question 5The need to seperate personal troubles from the larger social issues is what C. WrightMills refers to as:

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