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Points Awarded 102.00 Points Missed 8.00 Percentage 92.7% 1. C. Wright Mills pointed out that sociological awareness tends to be more widespread: A) during times of peace and prosperity. B) in times of social crisis. C) when life is getting better. D) among the very rich. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 2. Which of the following is NOT one of the defining traits of a cause-and-effect relationship? A) Each variable must be shown to be independent of the other. B) The two variables must display correlation. C) The independent variable must come before the dependent variable in time. D) There must be no evidence that the correlation is spurious due to the effect of some third variable. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 3. In terms of dramaturgical analysis, helping another person to "save face," or avoid embarrassment, is  called: A) role reversal. B) "saving" a role. C) tact. D) role renewal. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0
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4. The "framework for building theory that sees society as an arena of inequality that generates conflict and  change" is which of the following? A) the structural-functional approach B) the symbolic-interaction approach C) the social-conflict approach D) All of the above are correct. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 5. Which theoretical approach asserts that the stability of U.S. society rests on core values shared by most  people? A) the social-conflict approach B) the sociobiology approach C) the structural-functional approach D) the symbolic-interaction approach Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 6. Wrong-doing such as an adult forcing a child to engage in sexual activity is an example of violating  cultural: A) folkways. B) beliefs. C) symbols. D) mores. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 7. People create reality through their social interaction. A) True B) False
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2.0/2.0 8. Which research method asks subjects to respond to a series of items in a questionnaire or an interview? A) participant observation B) survey C) experiment D) secondary research Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 9. If you were to visit a hunting and gathering society, you would expect to find: A) men and women working together as hunters and also cooperating as gatherers. B) women hunting animals and men gathering vegetation. C) men and women doing almost entirely the same tasks. D) men hunting animals and women gathering vegetation. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 10. Which theoretical approach highlights the fact that it is not so much what people do that matters as much  as the meaning they attach to their behavior? A) structural-functional approach
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