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46 .   The educational benefits of social capital depend on : ( p. 354 ) :
a . the institutional completeness of an ethnic group
b. how educated an individual is
c. the number of schools in an ethnic community
d . * the educational investments of a particular ethnic group
47 .   _____________is NOT an indicator of a person ’s social capital , according to Lillbacka . ( p. 355 )
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48 .   According to the textbook , which of the following individuals is likely to have the highest social capital ? ( p. 355 )
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49 .   What is one criticism directed to Coleman ’s Adolescent Society ? ( p. 356 )
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50 .   ‘ Resistance education ’ is a way of teaching : ( p. 357 )
a . ethnic minorities to gain social capital
b . * awareness and freedom to the working class
c. children to think critically
d . disadvantaged groups to teach themselves
51 .   The classic sociologist Emile Durkheim viewed religion as : ( p. 363 )
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52 .   According to a recent Statistics Canada survey , roughly what per cent of the Canadian population still consider themselves either moderately or highly religious ? ( p. 365 )
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53 .   What did classic theorist Karl Marx believe about religion ? ( p. 366 )
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54 .   Why did Marx , like Durkheim , believe that religion would lose its importance in the future ? ( p. 366 )
a . He believed workers would recognize that religion was used as a means to exploit them by the bourgeois and so abandon it following the working class revolution
b . * He believed workers in a communist society would mobilize around class concerns alone
c . He believed the revolution would destroy churches and other places of worship , thus undermining the importance of religion
d . Durkheim , like Marx , did not believe religion would lose its importance in the future
55 .   What was Emile Durkheim ’s goal in his classic work The Elementary Forms of Religious Life ? ( p. 367 )
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56 .   For Durkheim , religion expresses : ( p. 368 )
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57 .   According to Durkheim , what kind of worldview would a diverse industrial society need ? ( p. 368 )
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58 .   What is a “ substantive definition ” of religion ? ( p. 369 )
a . * one that examines a religion ’s core elements
b. one that describes how religion provides a sense of connectedness among people
c. one that contrasts sacred and profane elements of religion
d . one that addresses religion ’s ambiguous elements
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46. The educational benefits of social capital depend on: (p. 354): a.the institutional completeness of an ethnic groupb.how educated an individual isc.the number of schools in an ethnic communityd.*the educational investments of a particular ethnic group
47. _____________is NOT an indicator of a person’s social capital, according to Lillbacka. (p. 355)
48. According to the textbook, which of the following individuals is likely to have the highest social capital? (p. 355)
49. What is one criticism directed to Coleman’s Adolescent Society? (p. 356)
50. ‘Resistance education’ is a way of teaching: (p. 357)a.ethnic minorities to gain social capitalb.*awareness and freedom to the working classc.children to think criticallyd.disadvantaged groups to teach themselves
51. The classic sociologist Emile Durkheim viewed religion as: (p. 363)
52. According to a recent Statistics Canada survey, roughly what per cent of the Canadian population still consider themselves either moderately or highly religious? (p. 365)8
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53. What did classic theorist Karl Marx believe about religion? (p. 366)
54. Why did Marx, like Durkheim, believe that religion would lose its importance in the future? (p. 366)a.He believed workers would recognize that religion was used as a means to exploit them by the bourgeois and so abandon it following the working class revolutionb.*He believed workers in a communist society would mobilize around class concerns alonec.He believed the revolution would destroy churches and other places of worship, thus undermining the importance of religiond.Durkheim, like Marx, did not believe religion would lose its importance in the future

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