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Chapter Four: Roles and Identities 1. Viewed interactionally, roll enactment entails conformity with the expectations of others. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 2. To coordinate our social interactions we rely on role expectations. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 3. According to Garfinkel, the best way to observe the constraining effect of social structure is by breaking implicit social norms. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 4. Durkheim’s concept of exteriority refers to behaviour that occurs outside role expectations. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 5. Merton calls the specific collections of statuses we occupy status sequences. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 6. Auxiliary statuses are secondary to the master status in a status set. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 7. Master status only refers to statuses that are achieved. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 8. According to Goode, role strain is normal. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 9. Will conflict arises when the different roles we play make conflicting demands on our time and energy. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 10. Resorting to established hierarchies of priority is a way people deal with role strain. a. *TRUE
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Barrym during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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tfch4 - Chapter Four: Roles and Identities 1. Viewed...

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