Exam 2 Sociology Ch 3 : 1.Psychologist Carol Gilligan believes that women and men often have divergent views on morality. She argued that men are more concerned with __________, whereas women are likely to consider the __________ involved in the situation. a.Social skills; social normsb.Themselves; feelings of othersc.Law and order; social relationshipsd.Social; relationships; ethics 2.According to sociologist Charles Horton Cooley, the __________ refers to the way in which a person's sense of self is derived from the perceptions of others. 3.Psychologist Carol Gilligan concluded that women and men often have divergent views on morality4.Theorists using a functionalistperspective emphasize that families are important for society because they are the primary source for the procreationand socialization of children.5.Which of these isnotan example of a total institution? . 6.Luther's pastor is a very important influence in his life. Many of Luther's actions are attempts to win the approval of his pastor. Sociologist George Herbert Mead would suggest that the pastor is one of Luther's __________.
7.From a contemporary symbolic interactionistperspective, children are active and creative agents, not just passive recipients of the socialization process. From this view, children construct their own peer culture by borrowing from adult culture.8.Joe has decided to join a monastery. At this monastery, there will be silence for eight hours a day and fasting from food on a regular basis. Joe will 10.According to sociologist George Herbert Mead, in the __________ stage of self-development, interactions lack meaning, and children largely imitate thepeople around them. 11.Cory is four years of age. He loves to dress up like Batman and pretend to save Gotham City from The Penguin. According to sociologist George Herbert Mead's theory, he is in the __________ stage of self-development.
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