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Answer:Symbolic interaction theoryQuestion 97:The United Nations estimates that the value of women's unpaid work amounts to at least.Answer:$11 trillionQuestion 98:Historically, family structure in the U.S.:Answer:has been shaped by slavery, migration, poverty, and laws thatimpeded family formation.Question 99:Which type of feminism is most likely to view rape, domestic violence, and sexual harassment as mechanisms that men use to assert their power within society?Answer:Radical
Question 100:With regard to homophobia and gender socialization, the author argues thatAnswer:homophobia may have serious negative consequences for bothheterosexual and homosexual men and women.Question 101:Gender is something that is accomplished through ongoing interactions. This process is referred to as:Answer:doing gender.Question 102:The sociological view of marriage is that it:Answer:involves a complex set of social dynamics.Question 103:Gender socializationAnswer:influences all aspects of society and daily life.Question 104:The number of single-father households is _____and are likely than single-mother families to experience severe economic problems.Answer:increasing; lessQuestion 105:Sects are:Answer:offshoots of establishes churches.
Question 106:When Barbara was a child, her view of femininity was shaped not only by her family but also the media. The media is an example of a(n) _____.Answer:cultural gatekeeperQuestion 107:Sociologists have found that most of the problems facedby households headed by women are primarily the result of:Answer:the threat of poverty that is connected with being a single mother.Question 108:Gender expectations begin to influence how children are treatedAnswer:from the moment of birth.Question 109:In school, children gain knowledge and skills as well as gender roles. Schools are:Answer:gendered institutions.Question 110:Passed in 1963, the Equal Pay Act had led to which of the following?Answer:Women earning 23 percent less than men.