Quiz 4 - Quiz 4 1 When children pretend to be their mother...

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Quiz 4 1. When children pretend to be their mother or father in a make-believe game of "house," they are pretending to be: Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. signifi cant others 2. genera lized others 3. gende red others 4. "You" 5. a and b Score: 0/1
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2. Lev Vygotsky's theory:
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Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. is a psych ologic al theory , like the theori es of Piaget and Kohlb erg 2. is a psych ologic al theory of moral develo pment , like the theori es of Kohlb erg and Gillig an 3. is a theory of moral develo pment but not a theory of cognit ive develo pment 4.
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Score: 1/1 3. According to studies by sociologist Carrie Yang Costello, conflict between personal and professional identity was most acute among ____ students.
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Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. white male 2. nonw hite femal e 3. nonw hite male 4. white femal e 5. all of the above Score: 1/1 4.
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A ceremony or process that requires a new member of a group to abandon his or her old self-perceptions and understandings and assume a new identity is known as:
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Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. transf ormati ve reawa kenin g 2. resoci alizati on 3. primar y sociali zation 4. a total institu tion 5. an initiati on rite Score: 1/1
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5. Feminist sociologists claim that people are not born knowing how to express masculinity and femininity in conventional ways. Instead, people ____ gender roles, in part through the mass media. Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. embra ce 2. reject 3. mimic 4. learn 5. study Score: 1/1 6.
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The conflict between adolescents and parents may be intense. It is also usually: ____. Stude nt Respo nse Corre ct Answ er 1. perma nent 2. long lasting 3. tempo rary 4. less intens e than the mass media portra y 5. none of these choice s
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Score: 1/1 7.
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