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60. Why does it matter that race, class, and educational attainment all tend to determine access to technology and computers?a. Video games are important to the social life of young adults today.
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b. Access to technology helps people learn how to write the binary code that computer software is based on.c. Access to technology allows access to new shopping opportunities.d. Access to technology brings educational and employment benefits.e. The vast majority of media will be streamed through computers in the future.ANS: DNOT: Factual
DIF: MediumREF: Page 228OBJ: Social Mobility (I.B.iii.d)61. Although the United States lost many jobs in the recession of the late 2000s, many people are optimistic that the lost jobs will be replaced with others. However, even if the optimists are right, this shift in the economy may permanently alter the class status of many, as jobs being lost are largely in manufacturing, and new jobs are often in information technology, suggesting that the newly unemployed will have trouble competing for newly created jobs. If this is the case, what is it called?
NOT: AppliedDIF: HardREF: Page 229OBJ: Social Mobility (I.B.iii.d)62. Ascribed status is usually involuntary and often assigned at birth. Achieved status is voluntaryand often based on merit, ability, or achievement. What sort of status would you expect to findin a closed system?
DIF: HardREF: Page 229OBJ: Social Mobility (I.B.iii.d)63. Poverty can be defined in either relative or absolute terms. How does relative deprivation measure poverty?
DIF: MediumREF: Page 229OBJ: Defining Poverty (I.B.iii.e)

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