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40. A social-exchange analysis states that ________ a. people typically seek mates who offer as much as they do. b. class differences are reflected in favored sports. c. people build reality as they introduce themselves. d. people who do more important work usually earn more pay. a b d
Answer: _____ 41. A criticism of the symbolic-interaction approach is that it ________ a
Answer: _____ 42. A manifest function of sports is ________ c
d. teaching a society's way of life. Answer: _____ 43. Building social relationships and creating tens of thousands of jobs are two of the _________ of sports. a
Answer: _____ 44. Racial discrimination in professional sports is evident today in ________ a. the positions typically played by white and black players. b. the exclusion of African American players from professional sports. c. the fact that most managers and team owners are African American. d. the fact that women's sports attract less attention than men's sports. b
Answer: _____ 45. Using the symbolic-interaction approach, sports becomes ________ a
Answer: _____ 46. A simplified description unfairly applied to every person in the same category is called ________ c
Answer: _____ 47. Unlike simple stereotypes, sociological generalizations ________ c
b. are based on all available facts. c. are motivated by bias. d. ignore facts. Answer: _____ a

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