sociology exam 1

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Your time has expired. The assessment has been automatically submitted. Regrade not available This content item's settings prohibit regrade on this item. Regrade not available This is a linked Assessment or Question. Only the owner has edit rights. Select regrade mode Choose a regrade mode Change points or correct answer Drop question Give full credit This regrade will affect all users who submitted this Assessment containing this question. Submitted by Tran, PhungKim (PhungKiTran) on 10/15/2009 11:31:04 AM Points Awarded 92.00 Points Missed 18.00 Percentage 83.6% 1. Which of the following is a way of understanding the world based on science? A) tradition B) theology C) free will D) positivism Points Earned: 0.0/2.0
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2. Identify the three sociologists below who played a part in the development of sociology's structural-functional approach. A) Auguste Comte, Karl Marx, W. E. B. Du Bois B) Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Emile Durkheim C) Herbert Spencer, Karl Marx, Auguste Comte D) Harriet Martineau, Robert Merton, W. E. B. Du Bois Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 3. The spread of cultural traits from one society to another is called: A) integration. B) immigration. C) diffusion. D) invention. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 4. From a sociological perspective, patterns of childbearing around the world suggest that the number of children born to a woman reflects: A) whether she lives in a poor or rich society. B) the desires of her husband. C) her personal choice. D) how many children she can afford. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 5. The concept "presentation of self" refers to: A) trying to take attention away from others. B) efforts to create impressions in the minds of others. C) helping another "save face."
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D) deciding how to resolve tension between family and workplace roles. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 6. Which of the following illustrates a micro-level focus? A) class inequality in the armed forces B) a rising level of global terrorism C) the operation of the U.S. economy D) two airplane passengers getting to know one another Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 7. According to Erving Goffman, people usually make efforts to __________ their intentions. A) play down B) tactfully hide C) reveal D) idealize Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 8. The concept "counterculture" refers to: A) popular culture. B) people living here who were born in another country. C) high culture. D) cultural patterns that oppose those that are widely held. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 9.
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Which of the following concepts refers to a status that has very great importance for social identity, often shaping a person's entire life? A) master status B) ascribed status C) achieved status D) status set Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 10. Which of the following concepts refers to a social position that is received at birth or involuntarily taken on later in life? A) ascribed status
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