S100 Sample Exam 4

S100 Sample Exam 4 - SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM IV NOTE: THE...

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM IV NOTE: THE EXAM IS NOT CUMULATIVE; IT COVERS ONLY THE LECTURES AND READINGS SINCE THE LAST EXAM. 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; 16 TRUE/FALSE AND 24 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS). True or False (mark “a” for true and “b” for false): 1. George Ritzer in The McDonaldization of Society says that homogenization—the loss of regional, ethnic or seasonal variation in food—is one of the consequences of rationalization. 2. McDonald’s University is a school to which future managers of McDonald’s restaurants are sent for training. 3. Consider the following quotation from an S100 student: “When my Mom started dating this guy who burped after dinner, and she REALLY liked him. I had to pretend to like him for over two months. He would call me “Little _______” and give me a big hug. My Mom was so happy that we were “getting along” so well. Since I don’t live at home anymore, if he made her happy then I just had to pretend I approved. Luckily, they broke up, but then again I had to pretend to be sad!” In this situation, the student is surface acting. 4. Arlie Hochschild’s study of emotion management in The Managed Heart found that the most alienating type of labor is mental labor. 5. According to Walter LaFeber in Michael Jordan and the New Global Capitalism , other than differences in sheer size, today’s transnational corporations are similar to those found in previous eras. 6.
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S100 Sample Exam 4 - SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM IV NOTE: THE...

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