Quiz22 - 3 The only person convicted in the crimes...

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Understanding Societies, Spring 2009 QUIZ #22 April 14, 2009 1. Ritzer believed that the microwave would eventually take the place of the fast food restaurant, rendering such restaurants obsolete. A. True B. False – the experience of eating out still draws people to restaurants; for example the carnival atmosphere of McDonald’s makes it attractive even if eating at home with a microwave is as fast as McDonald’s. 2. Which of the following is not mentioned in the McDonaldization article? A. Restaurants B. Colleges C. Churches D. Actually, all of the above are mentioned.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. The only person convicted in the crimes committed at the massacre at My Lai was Lieutenant William Calley. A. True – because the person in charge was easiest to convict. B. False 4. According to Kelman and Hamilton, acts of indiscriminate, ruthless, and often systematic violence carried out by military or paramilitary personnel against civilians are: A. War Crimes B. Sanctioned massacres C. Compliance regimes 5. Transforming an action into a series of mechanical, highly programmed operations is: A. Dehumanization B. Routinization C. De-skilling...
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