Quiz15 - invention, but this is not true. People have...

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Understanding Societies, Spring 2009 QUIZ #15 March 17, 2009 1. In “Love Knows No Reason…”, Ruane and Cerulo look at: A. romantic love B. platonic love C. both romantic and platonic love 2. Ruane and Cerulo explore the role of _________ on friendship patterns. A. values and beliefs B. socioeconomic status C. self esteem 3. According to Coontz, the reason marrying for love is radical is because romantic love is a recent Western invention. A. True B. False—many scholars thought romantic love was a recent Western
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Unformatted text preview: invention, but this is not true. People have always fallen in love. 4. In the 1950s married women couldn’t take out credit cards or loans in their own names and it was legal in all states for a man to force his wife to have sex. A. True B . F a l s e 5. Which of the following does Gerson not interview for her study? A. Women who stay home B. Women who work outside the home C. Men who work outside the home D. Men without children E. Actually she interviews all of the above....
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course SOC 1002 taught by Professor Collet during the Spring '09 term at Notre Dame.

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