Videos and quizzes for sociology test 4

Videos and quizzes - V ideos for sociology test 4 Tough Guise on Moodle O wnership Phrenology Modern concept of Eugenics o Development of White

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Videos for sociology test 4 Tough Guise on Moodle Modern concept of Eugenics Ownership Phrenology o Development of White Identity Racism and Children Quizzes Chapter 12 - Gender Question  Jobs that have been feminized, such as teaching or secretarial work, are also called:  a. girls" club  b. white-collar jobs  c. women"s work  d. pink-collar jobs  Question  1
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A white investment banker who lives in a wealthy neighborhood in a major city with his wife and two children is  an example of what?  a. dominant masculinity  b. hegemonic masculinity  c. masculine dominance  d. feminine submissive  Question  Which group argues that sexuality in America is an expression of the unequal power balance between men and  women?  a. symbolic interactionists  b. postmodernists  c. Marxist feminists  d. psychoanalysts  Question  Which theoretical perspective argues that gender is a product of interactions and is a matter of active doing?  a. social conflict  b. psychoanalytic theory  2
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c. structural functionalism  d. symbolic interaction  Question  In cultures where scant resources are available, homosexuality is practical because:  a. many women die during childbirth  b. it reduces STDs  c. it keeps down the birthrate  d. women don"t enjoy sex  Question  Social problems that exist within a dominant group in a society tend to be:  a. cause for concern  b. highly visible  c. invisible  d. highly funded  Question  Bob and Sue paint their baby"s room pink as soon as they find out that they are having a girl. They are  beginning to provide the baby with what?  3
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a. her sexuality  b. self-awareness  c. a play room  d. her gendered identity  Question  Carol Gilligan found boys and girls played differently on the playground. Boys tended to play competitive, rule- intensive games, whereas girls:  a. played less complex games  b. were likely to bend the rules  c. all of these  d. played shorter games  Question  In the seventeenth-century, Rubenesque women were considered beauties because when food was scarce, a  plump woman was a sign of good health, wealth, and attractiveness. What was the catalyst that made food  plentiful and changed the standard of beauty for women?  a. the roaring 20s  b. World War II  4
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c. industrialization 
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