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FINAL EXAM PREPARATION 1) What do you think of the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis? Do you agree or disagree with it? Cite examples or research to support your point of view. 2) Examine the difference between material and nonmaterial culture . Identify ten objects that are part of your regular cultural experience. For each, then identify what aspects of nonmaterial culture (values an d beliefs) that these objects represent. What has this exercise revealed to you about your culture? 3) How have digital media changed social interactions? Do you believe it has deepened or weakened huma n connections? Defend your answer. 4) Where and how do you get daily news? ( Do you watch network television? Read the newspaper? Go online? Do you think it matters where you seek out information? Why, or why not? 5) What is family? What are the variations in family life nowadays? 6) Which sociological perspective should be applied to explain the model of ‘transnational family” in our
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