Soc Test 1,2,3 Master Copy

D both bilingualism in canada represents subordinate

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Unformatted text preview: lingualism in Canada represents subordinate language minorities seeking opportunities of selfexpression and Attacks on bilingualism represent an ethnocentric point of view, which holds that any deviation from the majority language is bad. Correct Answer(s):C 35. Sociologists are concerned with: A) What people do as members of a group B) What an individual does or does not do C) How much a person spends on his/her shopping D) What people do as members of a group and what an individual does or does not do Correct Answer(s):A 36. “Cultural egotism” refers to the belief that one’s own culture is better than all other cultures. A) True B) False Correct Answer(s):False 37. Secondary analysis occurs when researchers code written transcripts of interviews they have conducted with research participants. A) True B) False Correct Answer(s):False 38. According to Sociologists, "culture is shared" and "culture is non-cumulative" are two of the defining features of culture. A) True B) False Correct Answer(s):False 39. "Verstehen" refers to understanding the meaning of an action from an objective, impartial, “outsiders” point of view. A) True B) False Correct Answer(s):False 40. Canadian sociology developed prior to American sociology however has had less notoriety. A) True B) False Correct Answer(s):False 41. Why use mixed methods research? A) It is the fastest way of doing research. B) It gives researchers a fuller picture. C) It allows the researcher to blend different ways of understanding. D) B and C only. E) All of the above. Correct Answer(s):D 42. Which of the following best explains the concept of “social facts”? A) A state of normlessness that results from the lack of clear goals and ultimately results in higher suicide rates. B) Early societies based on similarities and independence. C) General features that exist on their own and are independent of individual manifestations. D) A concept that highlights the totality of a society’s beliefs and sentiments....
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