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Quizzz 1  1.Which discipline defines itself as "the systematic study of human society"? A) history B) sociology C) psychology D) economics Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  2.  In deciding what kinds of questions to ask as they begin research, sociologists are guided by: A) one or more theoretical approaches. B) the data they collect. C) sheer chance. D) their own common sense. Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  3.  The text describes the main point of using the structural-functional approach as: A) bringing about needed social change. B) learning how people find meaning in behavior. C) understanding "what makes society tick." D) None of the above is correct. Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  4.  As a discipline, sociology first took root in France, Germany, and England. A) True B) False Points Earned:  2.0/2.0 
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5.  Which question summarizes the focus of the symbolic-interaction approach? A) How do people experience society?
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