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13. Sociology contributes to personal growth by helping us b. see the constraints in our lives d. all Of the above e. none of the above D. All of the abovea. see the opportunities in our lives c. be more active participants in society *I 4. Because there is more social isolation in rural areas of the United States than in Urban areas, we would expect suicide rates to be a. higher in the urban areas b. higher in rural areas c. high in both areas 15. Which early U.S. sociologist studied the African American community in Philadelphia and served as a founding member of the NAACP? a. C. Wright Mills b. Ida B. Wells c. W.E.B. Du Bois d. rbert Spencer 16. In our class discussion on the major contributors to sociological thinking, from the American ichool ofthought, which one of the following established the "Hull House" and was also awarded tl Nobel Peace Prize in 1931? a. Harriet Martineau b. Herbert Spencer c. Jane Addams d. W.E.B. Du Bois e. Rosa Park 17. The United States is the most a. culturally diverse society b. culturally uniform society c. low changingin cultural accommod U. resistant to cultural integration A. Culturally diverse society18. Sociologists define a symbol as a, anyithing that conveys meaning to people who share a culture b. any material cultural trait C. any .1,esture that conveys insult to others d. cultural pattern that cause cultural shock 19. are rules that state what we should do, and are rules that state what we should not do. a. mores; 20. -Hie tendency to evaluate and judge one's own \tvay of life as superior to others represents what? a.
21. W hen Bobbie Octopus conveyed to Sandra Bush that he respected her inclination to wear her traditional attire because he understood that her outfit has intrinsic worth and should be judged by its own standard, Bobbie has exercised what? I a. ethnocentrism b. cultural i elativismd. cultural lag C. counter culture B Cultural22. r a pure Western European who visits the Bahia region of Brazil and sees individuals (old and young males and females) almost literally naked will feel a sense of what? a. cultural welcome b. cultural lag c.