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You passed this Milestone23 questions were answered correctly.The form of poverty in which a person meets all of his or her basic needs, but has no savings is called __________.relative povertyclass conflictfunctional povertyegalitarianism CONCEPT
Poverty, Welfare and Power2Monica and Marta discuss their plans for life after school. Earlier in the day, a guidance counselor visited their class and encouraged students to "be the best you can be." Monica scoffed at the guidance counselor's words and told Marta, "We're part of a minority group (Mexican immigrants). Our families don't have much money, and we're female. The cards are stacked against us."
Monica's comments indicate which of the following sociological concepts?3Which of the following statements is consistent with the conclusions anthropologist Margaret Mead drew from her research on societies in New Guinea?
Mead found that masculinity and femininity were defined similarly across cultures.CONCEPTGender and Gender Stratification4Gary says he is prejudiced because his father was prejudiced. He believes that prejudicial attitudes are part of our society and are passed from generation to generation.Gary's comments illustrate which of the following theories of prejudice?CONCEPTTheories of Inequality in Race