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Chapter 3- you will not be tested on the information starting at Social Isolation on page 71 through Erikson on page 77. You will need to know about Mead on page 75 and all of the other information in the chapter. 1. All of the following are parts of George Herbert Mead’s theory of the social self except: a. To understand intention, you must imagine a situation from the other’s point of view b. By taking the role of another, we become self aware c. The self develops mainly through personality characteristics d. Social experience is the exchange of symbols 2. Which of the following is NOT a criticism of the mass media? a. There is too much violence b. It shapes how we think c. It is dominated by a liberal “Cultural elite” d. It decreases our exposure to diversity 3. Personality is a person’s fairly consistent patterns in all of the following except: a. Feeling b. Acting c. Thinking d. Talking
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Most childrens first experience with bureaucracy is found in the: a. School b. Peer group c. Family d. Mass media 5. The _____ is a setting in which people are isolated from the rest of society and manipulated by an administrative staff a. Peer group b. Family c. Total institution d. Asylum True or False: 6. Peer groups may guide short-term choices in dress and music during adolescence, but parents shape long term goals such as going to college. 7. Each stage of the life course, from childhood to old age, is socially constructed in ways that vary for society to society. 8. Socialization is a simple process that takes place only in our childhood and adolescence. 9. Childhood emerged as a distinct stage of life during industrialization. 10. Resocialization is a one part process. Short Answer: 11. How does culture perpetuate inequality?...
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