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11.__________ was an early symbolic interactionist who argued that cities are inherently stimulating and quick-paced. a)Georg Simmel b)Herbert Gans
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c)George Herbert Mead d)Thomas Luckmann
12.A group of people who have their own distinctive values, beliefs, norms, styles of dress, and behaviour is considered as a(an)
13.__________ is a theoretical perspective that identifies cultural ideologies such as viewing nature as a cornucopia, the growth ethic, materialism and individualism as contributing to ecologically harmful practices?
14.Which of the following statements regarding environmental problems is nottrue, according to critical theorists?
15.In the textbook, it was stated that the recent trend of ‘greenwashing’, or the technique used by many companies and businesses to promote their products as environmentally friendly is an example of a)how corporations manipulate symbols to protect themselves from criticism. b)the success of the environmental movement. c)how the capitalist class is trying to hoodwink consumers.

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