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Sociology 103 Summer Session 2012 Test 2 Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Indicate your answer by blacking in the relevant box on the SCANTRON sheet. Be sure to print your name and student number clearly on the answer sheet. Part A: According to the material in Reading Sociology, 1. Each of the following is a focus of qualitative research on men who have sex with men (MSM) except : *a. How men use the internet to become better sexual partners b. How men use the internet to learn about gay culture c. How men use the internet for social networking d. Men’s experiences seeking sex online
2. Online interactions among MSM are important for __________, which would be otherwise difficult to obtain.
3. The idea that students’ drinking behavior is affected by the drinking norms of their campus is a principle of:
4. Healthy lifestyles depend on which of the following two things?
5. The problem of the second generation is addressed in: a. The duality disorder theory b. The ethnic-divide thesis c. The cultural split theory d. The two-worlds thesis*
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6. _______ is a common theme in the autobiographies of children of immigrants.
7. As the medical student population has changed (making it no longer just white males), how has the socialization process changed?
8. The single most important source of confirmation for a student’s emerging identity as a physician is:
9. Many of the recommendations by the Royal Commission have __________. *a. never been put into action b. been successfully implemented c. not received public support d. helped only the poorest of the poor

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