tfch1 - Chapter One: What Is Sociology? 1. Studying a...

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Chapter One: What Is Sociology? 1. Studying a business meeting inside a large corporation entails a microsociological approach. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 2. There is no difference in the time frame of the microsociological and macrosociological approaches. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 3. To adopt a sociological imagination means setting aside one’s personal experiences and biography. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 4. Social institutions are large-scale social structures comprising many social relationships. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 5. A store customer and sales assistant are part of a reporting relationship. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 6. Culture enables us to predict how others will behave. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 7. Subculture is a term sociologists use to refer to small-scale cultural contexts that are viewed negatively by the rest of society. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 8. Marx and Engels believed that under communism the state would own and control the means of production. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 9. According to Lenski, inequality originates as a result of warfare. a. TRUE
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