Chapter 1 Take-Home Quiz with ANSWERS - MULTIPLE CHOICE 1 Sociologists recognize that\"personal troubles if occurring in patterned ways and to large

Chapter 1 Take-Home Quiz with ANSWERS - MULTIPLE...

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MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.Sociologists recognize that "personal" troubles, if occurring in patterned ways and to large numbers of individuals, reflect a.public issues.c.anomie.b.individualized problems.d.organic solidarity.ANS:ADIF:EasyREF:What Is the "Sociological Imagination"? (I)MSC: Remembering 2.Tori's father loses his job during a time of economic crisis when many people are losing their jobs. Hermother is a skilled daycare worker with years of experience, but like many daycare workers, she cannot find any jobs that pay well. Sociologists would likely see the struggle of Tori's parents as 3.Following C. Wright Mills, sociologists refer to breaking free from the immediacy of personal circumstances and putting things in a wider social context as the 4.Women began entering the workforce in larger numbers in the United States until it eventually becamenormal, altering women's structural place in society. This is an example of 5.What is the concept that sociologists use to understand the economic, political, and social interconnectedness of individuals throughout the world? a.globalizationc.sociological imaginationb.structurationd.organic solidarityANS:ADIF:Moderate REF: Developing a Global Perspective (I.B) MSC: Remembering
6.When Juan drinks his morning coffee, he thinks about its production in Colombia, its transportation through many countries, the taxes and tariffs applied for international commerce, and the diverse array of social relations behind his drink. According to the textbook, one might say that Juan is using a ________ perspective. 7.At the height of the most developed traditional civilizations, such as ancient Rome or preindustrial China,

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