EXAM 1 Socio

EXAM 1 Socio - Soc 220 Death and Dying(Midterm Name Jin Bae...

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Soc 220 – Death and Dying (Midterm) Name:    Jin Bae Multiple Choice (4 points each)—Please write answers in blue book 1. In “Death as a Social Practice,” Earnest Campbell is most concerned with which of the following? B a. the taboo status of death b. the relevance of death to social organization c. the treatment of the corpse d. the social status of the spirit after death 2. Which of the following is  NOT  a reason for the change in the Puritan funeral practice that occurred during the 17 th  and 18 th  centuries; funerals shifted from swift and simple to more elaborate and sentimental? B a. death of important leaders within the Puritan community b. dogmatic changes to Calvinist teachings c. civil war in England d. increased immigration into the Puritan communities—heterogeneity e. rise of mercantilism in the United States and Puritan community 3. In which of Aries’ attitudes toward death do cemeteries move away from churches and serve only as burial grounds?  During this attitude, there is also a fascination with the cadaver and dissection becomes a “fashionable art.” C a. Tame Death b. Death of Self c.  Remote Death d. Death of the Other e. Death Denied/Forbidden Death 4. In which of Aries’ attitudes is the focus on the dying person and not the community? In this attitude, the moment of  death is a final ordeal; it affects God’s last judgment of the person. B a. Tame Death b.  Death of Self
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