QUIZ 4 Sociologist Arlie Hochschild suggests that we acquire a set of __________ that shape the appropriate emotions for a given role or specific situation, including how, where, when, and with whom an emotion should be expressed. feeling rules The sociological term for any physical or social attribute or sign that devalues a person's social identity and disqualifies that person from full social acceptance is __________. stigma A(n) __________ status is a social position a person assumes voluntarily as a result of personal choice, merit, or direct effort. achieved As a theorist, Emile Durkheim was most interest in the question:____________________. What holds societies together? Amber is a first grade teacher, a daughter, a wife, a mother, a Presbyterian, a soccer coach, and a Kansas resident. Taken together, all of these socially defined positions constitute her __________. status set __________ are based on technology that mechanizes production. New technologies, such as cars, computers, electric lights, stereos, and cell phones, are products of these societies. Industrial societies A __________ is a socially defined position in a group or society characterized by certain expectations, rights, and duties, and it exists independently of the specific people occupying the position. status __________ theorists do not believe that social institutions work for the common good of everyone in society. They emphasize that social institutions are most likely to meet the needs of those with the greatest amount of power in a society. Conflict
Sociologists Emile Durkheim and Ferdinand Tӧnnies both________________________. developed typologies to explain change in the social structure of societies One’s occupation is an indicator of level of education and income and may also reflect family background. In the United States, occupation is an important determinant of social position. This makes occupation a likely __________ status. master The sociological term for a set of social relationships that link one individual to others is __________. social network All of these statements about social structure are true, except______________________. it is not essential for individual well-being Which of these is not considered to be a social institution? travel Maintaining eye contact during conversation is_____________________________. more common for women than for men It is not always clear when the provider– dependent aspect of the parent–child relationship ends. Should it end at age 18 or 21? When a person is no longer in school? This is an example of __________. role ambiguity A __________ is a set of organized beliefs and rules that establishes how a society will attempt to meet its basic social needs. social institution Teacher, student, professional athlete, rock musician, and homeless person are all examples of __________. statuses Regardless of a person’s other characteristics, which of these is most likely to become a stigmatized master status?
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 8 pages?
- Spring '17
- Douglas Adams
- Sociology, Quiz, General Sociology, Erving Goffman, University of Arkansas, SOCI 2013