S100 Sample Exam 1

S100 Sample Exam 1 - SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM I NOTE THESE...

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM I NOTE: THESE SAMPLE QUESTIONS SHOW THE KINDS OF QUESTIONS THAT YOU WILL BE ASKED ON THE EXAM. THE ACTUAL EXAM HAS 40 QUESTIONS (2.5 POINTS EACH) AND COVERS ALL THE LECTURES AND READINGS. PART 1: TRUE OR FALSE (MARK “A” FOR TRUE AND “B” FOR FALSE. IF ANY PART OF THE STATEMENT IS FALSE, MARK IT FALSE. 1. Stanley Milgram’s experiment shows that “only evil people do evil deeds.” 2. In ASaving Konrad Latte,@ Peter Schneider writes that each Jew who was able to live out World War II safely in Germany depended on the kindness of many Germans to hide and protect him or her. 3. 1In her article, “Anybody’s Son Will Do,” Gwynne Dyer says that the main reason that armies prefer to recruit young men is their greater physical fitness than older men. 4. In contrast to the conflict perspective, the functionalist perspective sees society as a harmonious organism. 5. It was argued in class that students, like other groups “on the bottom,” have no power, while professors have lots of power. 1 6. Because suicide is a personal matter having more to do with psychology than with sociology, sociologists do not attempt to explain the causes of suicide. 7. In the videoclip from The Persuaders , “narrowcasting” refers to an effort by political campaigns to target their message to dozens of demographic groups, sending different messages
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course SOC_S 100 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '07 term at Indiana.

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S100 Sample Exam 1 - SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM I NOTE THESE...

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