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C) Functionalist Theory.
D) Feminist Theory.
43. According to Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, terminally ill people move through a dying process. What is the
correct sequence of stages in this process?
A) Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
B) Denial, anger, depression, bargaining, acceptance
C) Bargaining, anger, denial, depression, acceptance
D) None of the above
44. Deferred gratification is the ability to forgo immediate pleasures in the interest of achieving greater
rewards in the future. Which of the following statistics describing certain impoverished groups in
Canada can be said to fall within this definition?
A) One in four First Nations children in Canada live in poverty.
B) People in their late teens and early twenties are most likely to live in poverty in Canada
C) In 2005, the low income rate for unattached individuals of minority status showed that 43.8% of
visible minorities lived in poverty.
D) None of the above were caused by the inability of these groups to defer gratification.
E) All of the above were caused by the inability of these groups to defer gratification.
Correct Answer(s):D 45. In regards to the film “Education as we See it” which statement(s) is/are CORRECT?
A) These residential schools were often run by churches.
B) There were many forms of abuse that took place in these residential schools.
C) These residential schools were meant to provide equal education for all children in Canada.
D) A and B only.
E) All of the above.
46. According to the text, the only thing(s) holding us back from eradicating global inequality is/are:
A) the feeling that it may be too overwhelming a task to take on.
B) deindustrialization and social mobility.
C) the lack of effort.
E) conspicuous consumption, leisure and waste.
Correct Answer(s):A 47. Social economic status (SES) is determined by all of the following EXCEPT _________.
A) family income
B) education level of parents
C) geographic location
D) familial social standing in the commun...
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