Chapter 4 Summary

Chapter 4 Summary - explanation of why macro and...

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Mark Biagi 2/18/10 Chapter 4 Summary Chapter 4 begins with an overview of macrosociology and microsociology. Next, the chapter covers the macrosociological perspective. This included the components of social structure; social class, social status, roles, groups, and culture. Included in the macrosociological perspectives were numerous social institutions (family, religion, education, etc). Next up the book went over microsociological, which includes symbolic interactions, dramaturgy, and ethnomethodology. The chapter ends with an
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Unformatted text preview: explanation of why macro and microsociology are both important to our lives. Multiple Choice Questions 1. All of the following are true of microsociology except: A. Focuses on social interaction B. Widely used by social interactionists C. Is used to analyze survival strategies D. Widely used by functionalists Correct Answer: D 2. Which of the following is not a distance zone of North Americans? A. Social Distance B. Private Distance C. Intimate Distance D. Personal Distance Correct Answer: B...
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