SOC 101 Final Exam Study Guide fall2008-3

SOC 101 Final Exam Study Guide fall2008-3 - SOC 101 Final...

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SOC 101 Final Exam Study Guide Please note: the university sets the final exam date, time and place. The university policy is that there is no change in the exam, meaning you may not take an exam outside of the scheduled time. You have had the exam information since the first day of class and needed to plan your exam schedule with your travel plans. Please do not ask me about rescheduling your exam. If you have any questions or concerns about the material, here are some suggestions: Make sure to work on the study guide. Do not just look up the answers but also actually read the material that surrounds the answer. Keep in mind that a question on the actual exam may change just enough that you will actually know the answer because you read! I suggest when you choose the answer that for yourself you write the reason why Make an appointment with one of the TA’s to review any material you are not sure. You may check an answer with the TA’s up until Reading Day. You must meet with the TA’s prior to reading day. Reading Day is identified on the syllabus calendar. You may take advantage of the small study groups provided throughout this semester to assist you in being successful in this course. Final Exam questions will cover Chapters 7 through Chapter 10. There will be questions on the final exam that will cover in-class material. If you have been attending class, the answers will be obvious. All questions will be in multiple-choice format. You must be on time for your final exam. The same rule will apply as with our quizzes. Once the last exam is distributed, the exam will be closed and you will not be allowed to take the exam. Be early!!! You will only need a number 2 pencil. Please do not bring any other material to class with you. Questions to work on prior to the exam Questions begin with chapter 7, Social Stratification and will continue through chapter 10 In every society from the hunting and gathering society to the postindustrial society, what has been the most common basis for social stratification? Race Income Level of education Gender p.186
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The division of large numbers of people into layers according to their relative power, property and prestige is referred to as ____________ Social networking Multiculturalism The diversification of society Social stratification p. 186 In which of the following societies would slavery most likely to exist? The pastoral society The agricultural society p. 186 The industrial society The post industrial society What were the three major causes of slavery prior to the 17 th century? Gender, racism and ethnicity
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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