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1CONCEPTSocialization: The Life Course2CONCEPTStatus3CONCEPTSocial Construction of RealityYou passed this Milestone22questions were answeredcorrectly.In a __________, the political power of the ruling class increases as it ages.Being a pediatrician is an example of which of the following types of status?Which of the following statements about symbolic interaction theory is true?
4CONCEPTRoles5CONCEPTMarriage Patterns6CONCEPTNonverbal Communication7CONCEPTSocialization: Peer Groups and Media8CONCEPTFamily: Basic Concepts9CONCEPTTheoretical Approaches to Family10CONCEPTResocialization and Total Institutions11CONCEPTReference Groups12CONCEPTThomas Theorem13The long hours that Cindy works as a waitress are interfering with her college coursework.This is an example of which of the following?Which of the following is a correct pairing?Which of the following statements about nonverbal communication is FALSE?In a few weeks, John will go to Army boot camp. He has spoken with relatives who completed boot camp training tofind out what to expect, and how to be successful.This process of acquiring knowledge that can be applied to future roles is called __________.A key function of __________ is to socialize children and share cultural values.
CONCEPTDivorce, Blended Families, and Cohabitation14CONCEPTGroup Conformity Studies15CONCEPTFamily Violence16CONCEPTCharacteristics of Bureaucracy17CONCEPTProblems of Bureaucracy18CONCEPTGroups19CONCEPTGoffman's Dramaturgical Analysis20CONCEPTIn Vitro Fertilization21