chap06 - Chapter 06 Interaction Groups and Organizations Multiple Choice Questions 1(p 137 Which of the following statements accurately describes

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Chapter 06Interaction, Groups, and OrganizationsMultiple Choice Questions 1.(p. 137)Which of the following statements accurately describes socialization? A. A small amount of socialization occurs outside of the family.B.Socialization is a lifelong process.C. Socialization is the same in every culture.D. A "sense of self" is forged before socialization begins in earnest.Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Introduction 2.(p. 137)Learning the ways of society is known as Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Introduction 3.(p. 137)Which group is usually the most important socializing agent when we are children? Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Reproducing Structure: Agents of Socialization 4. (p. 137-141)After Bridget was born, her mother taught her about the appropriate behavior for living in an American society. When she was three years old, she went to daycare full-time because her mother decided to go back to work. When she was five she started kindergarten. Once she was in high school, she decided to take a job at a local restaurant as a waitress. Bridget
had many friends in high school and also played on the soccer team. Which of these groups served as agents of socialization for Bridget? Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Reproducing Structure: Agents of Socialization 5.(p. 137)Who or what are the agents of socialization who first teach us about our appropriate gender roles? A.familyB. peer groupsC. the mediaD. schoolBloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Reproducing Structure: Agents of Socialization 6.(p. 138)According to a 2005 study of high school students in Wisconsin, what is the primary motivator today for high school students' decision to participate in community or service work? Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Reproducing Structure: Agents of Socialization 7. (p. 138)Ryan is a freshman in high school. He was an average student in middle school. He recognizes that he will have to improve his grades in high school in order to increase his chance of acceptance by a good college. Ryan lives in a mid-size community in which he has lived his entire life. He has never really participated in any community events or service work. As he has talked to his school counselor and his friends, he realizes that it will be important to get involved in the community so that he can include these experiences on his college applications in a few years. Ryan found a local food pantry where he could volunteer and decided to help out at his

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