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Unfortunately, the two marked incorrect (1&4) were not given the right answer, but at least you know which one not to pick. Incorrect Question 1 0 / 5 pts (TCO 8) Why is the term called the crude birth rate? If you’ve ever attended a birth, you understand that it can get kind of crude. The rate is crude because males and females, not in their childbearing years, are part of the equation. To compare societies have differing proportions of females in their childbearing years. The crude birth rate is precise, but difficult to calculate. It is calculated using the average annual number of births and deaths.
Chapter 15 Question 2 5 / 5 pts (TCO 8) According to Emile Durkheim, while traditional, rural societies were built on _____, modern urban societies are held together by _____.
choice; conformity Chapter 15 Question 3 5 / 5 pts (TCO 3) Max Weber’s thesis on the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism highlighted the importance of which of the following in the process of social change?
Chapter 16 Incorrect Question 4 0 / 5 pts (TCO 3) Durkheim’s _____ is similar to Tennies’ _____.
organic solidarity; Gemeinschaft Chapter 15 Question 5 5 / 5 pts (TCO 8) Which English economist and clergyman warned that rapid population increase would lead to social chaos? Fredrick Engles Thomas Robert Malthus Les Ismore Paul Ehrlich Ralph Nader
Chapter 15 Question 6 5 / 5 pts (TCO 3) David Riesman believes that pre-industrial societies promote _____, while modern societies promote _____.
social character; collective character family values; Manson family values Chapter 16 Question 7 5 / 5 pts (TCO 3) Which term is used by sociologists to refer to organized collective activities that encourages or discourages social change?
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