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77. The rules we use to understand the relationship we have with our girlfriends or boyfriends reflect ________ in our lives.powerstructurefunctionculture
Multiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power78. Which theoretical perspective would argue that power differences have a positive effect on society because they provide motivation for individuals to compete for highly rewarded positions?
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conflict theorystructural-functionalist theoryMultiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power79. Which theoretical perspective would argue that culture is created through the ways that individual members interpret the meanings of material objects and their exchanges with others?
Multiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power80. Which theoretical perspective argues that social structure is maintained by those with power to maintain the values and ideals of dominant groups?
Multiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power81. Which of the following statements best summarizes the relationship between individuals and social structure?Social structures create and limit an individual's actions.Individuals recreate social structure through their everyday interactions.Individuals and social structures work together to shape an individual's life experience.There is no relationship between individuals and social structures.
Multiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Common Ground: Culture, Structure, and Power82. Service-oriented economies, the development of mega-cities, and disengagement and cynicism in politics are characteristics of what type of society?
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postmodernpremodernbimodernMultiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Sociology and Change

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