SOC2 Fall - 2000 Exam 1 and 2 International Sociology

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Unformatted text preview: Student Test Report On Exam 1 B __—__________________.___—_—-—— Course #: Soc 2 Instructor: Frank Bean Course Title: Inter Soc Description: International Sociology DayfTime: Tu/Th 1 1-1220 Term/Year: W 2000 Student Name: 7 .4 WA .3. Student ID: ,7 . L Code: Possible Pts. Raw Ob'ective Sub'JEssa Percent EXAM 1'. 36.00 28.00 28.00 0 77.78% _ Possible Pts. Raw Percent Grade Mean Cumulalwei 36.00 28.00 77.78% 25.13 Test Items: a 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-36 --- Name:_ ID#:_ Test 1 February 1, 2000 ESSA Y Form E Discuss briefly the various kinds of forces that affect the occurrence of international migration. ,\ ' i c I ‘ w ,-. _ I E 3‘ I 7 1 P; 5‘: RWY?" C {MiG-flank:- bgjl" 931: V/Q arid D‘s-'50 Tull it Tt -_ a, .. I Mfiris Taft {fichf1m1l as iilrri pa/ ii. 2 u ‘ {E‘M-‘itl'ii‘, Kilisrfi; .. . ' - ~ -‘ 'c 1 r‘mov' {PDQ-$7 gift?“ :17 K i_ 'C‘ film-3Y7 \VJLJ‘j f‘ r ‘ L ’H I ’ C » A a in.“ twigs/UV. 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PM W14). mfg? aria»;- ' Sociology 2: Exam 2 Student Test Report On Exam 2 D —_,—__._—————_u—-——_— Course #2 Soc 2 Instructor: Frank Bean Course Title: Inter Soc Description: International Sociology Day/Time: Tu/Th 11-12220 Term/Y ear: W 2000 Student Name: Student 1]): , Code: Possible Pts. Raw Ob'ective Sub'JEssa Percent EXAM 2: 22.00 20.00 20.00 0 90.91% Possible Pts. Raw Percent Grade Mean Cumulatwei 58.00 48.00 82.76% 40.35 mm----- flfl_----- Test Items: Student's Answer to Multiple Mark Question: No multiple mark answers or answer keys found on this test. ._0.’.Z_O_+\+): Namer ‘ _ ID: Form D Test 2 February 29, 2000 Multiple choice questions are worth 1/2 point each for a total of 1.1 points. 1. According to Sassen, new manufacturing plants in industrialized zones in developing countries usually recruit the following for their labor: a) young men b) young women c) married men and women (1) older workers 2. Examples of business services used by economic elites in global cities are: a) railroads and shipyards b) bus terminals c) airports, hotels and restaurants d) automobile parts distributors 3. Which of the following was a provision of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA)? a) employer sanctions b) legalization c) state legalization impact assistance grants d) all of the above 4. Which of the following statements is NOT correct regarding ethnic enclaves? a. Self-employed immigrants can be affected by glass ceilings. b. Low skilled immigrants work for high skilled self—employed immigrants. c. Speaking English is very important in ethnic enclaves. d. Some second—generation immigrants leave ethnic enclaves, and some do not. 10. According to "straight line theory”, first generation immigrants usually a. have low education, limited English, and low—income jobs b. have different levels of education and income c. open their own businesses in ethnic enclaves d. quickly assimilate into American culture 11. The global city is a strategic site for disempowered actors because a. the global city enables them to obtain global capital. b. the global city enables them to gain presence and emerge as subjects in ways they are not likely to do in a small town. c. the global city enables everyone to gain direct power. (1. the global city enables them to live in a "national community". 12. In global cities, which kind of industry is decreasing? a. Highly specialized services b. Manufacturing c. Telecommunications infrastructure d. Industrial services .4 13. Which type of theory of migration underlies US. immigration policy? a) network b) neoclassical 0) world systems (1) political economy @ Immigrants from made up the fastest-growing group of legally mitted immigrants to the United States in the 19805. a. Europe b. Asia c. Latin America (I. the Caribbean 20. According to Sassen, liberals and conservatives in the U.S. usually emphasize the following 2 types of policies to control migration: a) open borders and free trade agreements b) limits on multinational corporations and overseas bank accounts c) military intervention and colonialism d) immigration restriction and foreign aid for development 21. Sassen defines "global" cities as urban areas which include central economic functions, such as: a) stock markets and banks b) manufacturing plants c) agricultural areas d) military installations 22. The 1965 immigration act increased migration most from which of the following countries or regions: a) Italy and Yugoslavia b) Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean c) Europe and Africa (1) None of the Above Answer the two essay questions on the following pages (about 1 page each). Each question is worth 7 points. 1. Discuss the historical changes that have led to Los Angeles becoming the major immigration city in the United States. 2. Discuss the reasons why immigration to the United States occurs, according to Sassen. 4’0 WW!” Brag m gem/{CL 88%” r ‘ W86 Cw muLe - ¢ U? m Wm ’Ww’ My] ,rwggmm/fi w. - ‘5‘“ w _ {firfimm @4ch h H has. wmn’m M5 _ yaw awmwmhww ‘W “V w . \ WWW mm H ‘ “‘ M00 0% WW ‘thomfijm W\m 1W4 m) and Mhmai‘w "3 15. Traditional assimilation theory predicts that a) Immigrants will retain their own language, culture, and food preferences b) Immigrants who come with more financial resources could start at the same level as natives c) Immigrants usually start at a level above natives, and after assimilating, their economic level drops d) Immigrants move in a straight~line process up the socioeconomic ladder 16. Although substantial segregation in housing and employment existed from 1910- 1920, the growing job market in LA attracted a large number of which ethnic group? a) Asians b) Latinos c) African Americans d) Anglos 67. According to Sassen, what is the "locus" (focus) of US. immigration control? 3) individuals and borders b) multinational corporations c) international institutions (1) US employers 18. Which type of theory best represents Sassen’s view of migration? a) network b) neoclassical c) world systems (1) political economy 19. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) includes which 3 countries? a) Canada, US. , Mexico b) Cuba, U.S., Haiti c) England, US, France d) Guatemala, U.S., Mexico 5. LA’s rapid growth as a boomtown during 1910 to 1935 primarily involved the development of a. Financial services and corporate headquarters b. Gas, and oil exploration c. Lumber and gold mining (1. Oil, water, and the red car line “to; 6. According to Sassen, along with high economic growth and high levels of gmigratign, foreign investment has also promoted which of the following in less developed countries? a) High tech industry b) The integration of women into the workforce c) Subsistence farming d) Political democratization 7. Which of the following best represents a global city? a) Milwaukee b) Sacramento c) Phoenix d) Tokyo ’+ 8. Which of the followingpolitical/interestgroups generally favors restricting immigration to the United States? / 6 ton A PVC . V9 P a) busmess people ““ c ulturai ‘ 0mm _b) cultural conservatives ' 0) economic conservatives m / C 90 a a or e d immi rant ethnic mu 5 ) g g p ‘“ CuiTLlfM'Pfu 9. The biggest effect of the 1965 Hart Celler Act was a) A decrease in immigration to the US b) An increase in immigration to the US c) An increase in illegal migration to the US (1) A decrease in illegal migration to the US l ,v r‘ £11190 ...
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