17 which of the following claims is supported by the

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17 Which of the following claims is supported by the Kuznets curve? Equality in society starts to decrease during the period of industrialization. There is no clear relationship between technology and inequality. Inequality is very low in societies that are not technologically advanced. CONCEPT Kuznets Curve 18
Select the statement about fundamentalists that is true.
CONCEPT Religious Organizations 19 Which of the following is a correct pairing? Feminism A position that promotes female dominance over men Sexual harassment Harassment that always occurs in the home Feminism Support for equality between men and women Sexual harassment Harassment that only involves physical contact CONCEPT Problems in Gender Inequality 20 Which of the following identifies a society with a system of stratification that allows almost no social mobility?
Monica 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? Classism Matriarchy Sexism Intersectionality CONCEPT Gender Roles and Sexism 22 Tammy and Michelle believe that capitalism perpetuates inequality between men and women. They organize a protest against the patriarchy entrenched in the capitalist system. Tammy and Michelle are part of which of the following groups of feminists? Liberal feminists Socialist feminists Radical feminists Modern feminists CONCEPT Feminism 23 Which of the following statements about Emile Durkheim's perspective on religion is true?
Durkheim asserted that religion is based on sacred beliefs and rituals. All of the answer choices are correct. Durkheim saw religion as crucial to the continued maintenance of society. CONCEPT Functions of Religion

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