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Correct answers are hidden.Score for this quiz: 45out of 250 * FINAL SCORE 245 OUT OF 250Submitted Dec 22 at 10:41amThis attempt took 135 minutes.IncorrectQuestion 10 / 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 15Question 25 / 5 pts(TCO 8) The basic idea behind demographic transition theory ispopulation patterns reflect a society’s level of technological development.
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Question 35 / 5 pts(TCO 3) The concept of modernity refers to changes in social patterns brought on by which of the following?
Chapter 16Question 45 / 5 pts(TCO 3) What must be limited according to Limits of Growth critics?
Chapter 15Question 55 / 5 pts(TCO 8) The environmental racism thesis falls within which theoretical approach?
The structural-functional approachThe sociobiology approachThe symbolic-interaction approachThe social-conflict approachThe social-exchange approach
Chapter 15Question 65 / 5 pts(TCO 3) David Riesman believes that pre-industrial societies promote _____, while modern societies promote _____.
Chapter 16Question 75 / 5 pts(TCO 3) Which term is used to refer to the ways in which a social movement utilizes such resources as money, political influence, access to the media, and personnel?
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