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Which category of the U.S. population is least likely to vote? What is laissez-faire? What is capitalist economy? What is welfare capitalism? Examples? How does C. Wright Mills define the “power elite”? How do conservative and liberal views assess the functioning of market economies? How do Karl Marx and Walt Rostow define progress? What is meant by the term “manufacture of consent”? Who coined the term? How has US divorce rate changed as compared to 1950s and 1980s? Why did the average number of children per women decreased lately? What caused it? For children of working mothers, which child-care arrangement is the most common in the United States? How does gay parenting affect the sexual orientation of children raised in gay families? How affordable is in vitro fertilization? Why do many children still attend segregated schools although institutional segregation was outlawed in 1954? What is cultural capital? How does cultural capital affect children’s schooling?
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Unformatted text preview: What is functional illiteracy? What schools have the greatest risk of school violence? What is hidden curriculum? What is environmental deficit? What is the logic of growth approach? What is the limits to growth thesis? By which year, according to the textbook, people of North Africa and the Middle East are predicted to run out of water? Why does your instructor argue that rich countries cannot be expected to radically start consuming and polluting less? Which revolution (agricultural, industrial, technological, sexual) prompted sharp population rise? Why are women in poor countries reluctant to use contraception? According to most population experts, what is the key element in controlling population growth? What is Immanuel Wallersteins world-systems analysis is about? How many people today are estimated to be under virtual slavery?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course SOC 220 taught by Professor Hillis during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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