Q4_a - Introduction to Sociology Quiz 4 A Question 1-7...

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Introduction to Sociology Quiz 4 A. Question 1-7: Match Questions In the line to the left of each sentence in Column I, write the names presented in Column II. Use each name only once. A correct answer is worth 10 marks; a wrong answer is worth 5 marks. Column I Column II 1. Sociologists call the invisible barrier that prevents some workers from advancing as _glass ceiling _________. job ladders 2. The family system that regards multiple wives and husbands illegal is _monogamy __________________. glass ceiling 3. The phenomenon that more women in an occupation, the greater men’s chances of moving into supervisory position is called _glass escalator __________. glass wall 4. The movement of individuals or groups between different class positions as a result of changes in occupation, wealth, or income is called ___social mobility _______________. glass escalator 5. To study the distribution of _wealth ___________ in a society, scholars would examine all assets individuals own, including cash, savings, checking accounts, investments in stocks, bonds, real estate properties, etc.
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