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Unformatted text preview: 3 U 2 Name Ezrajm iiiébéwké’ifififi EV 1 A Q C D 2 A B c Q 3 A 3 c D 4 Q B C D 26 27 28 29 3O 31 32 33. 34. 35 36. 37. 38. 39 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. Intro Exam 1 l. The pioneering sociologist who studied patterns of suicide in Europe was a. Max Weber. @Emile Durkheim. 0. Karl Marx. d. Auguste Comte. 2. C. Wright Mills claimed that the “sociological imagination” transformed a. common sense into laws of society. b. people into supporters of the status quo. c. personal problems into public issues. (g). scientific research into common sense. 3. Which of the following statements correctly describes sociology’s value to future careers? a. Most sociologists work as researchers for private corporations. b. Sociology is useful but only if you plan to teach or do research. 0. Most sociologists work with clients in private practice. d. Sociology is excellent preparation for a wide range of future careers. » 4. is a way of understanding the world based on a scientific approach to knowledge. \/ Positivism b. Theology 0. Tradition (1. Common sense 5. Car, computers, and iPhones are all examples of which of the following? a. high culture b. nonmaterial culture @material culture d. norms 6. Sociologists define a symbol as a. cultural patterns that cause culture shock. b. any element of material culture. 0. any gesture that involves religious meaning. d. anything that carries a meaning to people who share a culture. 7. The language spoken as a main or second language in more nations of the world than any other is m b. Chinese. (1. English. 8. Which of the following statements represent an emerging value in our society? a. The present is better than the past. b. Work is important, but I want more time for leisure and personal growth. ‘ ' I d. 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The English language often treats as whatever has greater value, power, or significance. a. gender—free b. masculine c. feminine d. humorous 19. Which of the following is an important element of non-verbal communication? a. hand gestures b. eye contact c. body language d. All of the above are correct 20. Which of the following concepts refers to a social position that is received at birth? a. master status b. status set c. achieved status (1. ascribed status 21. The Thomas theorem states that a. people rise to their level of incompetence. b. a role is as a role does. 0. people know the world only through the roles they perform. d. situations defined as real are real in their consequences. 22. What do sociologists call two or more people who identify with and interact with one another? a. a crowd b. a micro-system c. a social group d. a dyad 23. 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