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134. Karl Marx argued that society's infrastructure and superstructure are always in conflict. a.True b.False
135. According to Seymour Martin Lipset, the traditional differences between Canadian and American values are:
136. Which of the following would likely be a question Emile Durkheim would ask about the 2001 terrorist attacks? -
137. Max Weber defined power as:
138. Most of today's sociologists agree with Auguste Comte that science is a crucial part of but most also recognize that: sociology, a. human beings are partly creative and spontaneous. b. human behavior is often more complex than natural phenomena. c. no rigid "laws of society" hold everywhere and at all times. d. All of the above are correct.
139. Inductive logical thought involves: Continued on page 21
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SOCIOOH5S page:121 of27 140. The striking cultural diversity of Canada: areas
141. Milbrath, in his typology reflecting a hierarchy of participation in electoral politics, classified the transitional level as one in which participants _____ _
142. A New Years Eve celebration in a public nightclub is an example of which kind of crowd? a. expressive crowd b. conventional crowd c. casual crowd d. protest crowd
143. The term "sociology" was coined by Emile Durkhelm in 1898.

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