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a. ethnomethodology b. dramaturgical analysis c. impression management d. presentational analysis Answer: b Page: 126 LO:11 78. __________, or presentation of self, refers to people's efforts to present themselves to others in ways that are most favorable to their own interests or image. a. Impression management b. Presentational analysis c. Dramaturgical presentation d. Ethnomethodological introduction Answer: a Page: 126 LO:11 79. According to sociologist Erving Goffman, ___________ refers to the strategies we use to rescue our performance when we experience a potential or actual embarrassing situation. a. studied nonobservance b. front and back stage behavior c. face-saving behavior d. social reconstruction Answer: c Page: 127 LO: 11 80. Sociologist Erving Goffman noted that people consciously participate in __________, a face-saving technique in which one role player ignores the flaws in another’s performance to avoid embarrassment for everyone involved. a. studied nonobservance b. the definition of the situation c. front stage behavior d. back stage behavior Answer: a Page: 127 LO:11 148
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Chapter 1 81. Sociologist Erving Goffman used the term __________ in referring to the area where a player performs a specific role before an audience. a. front stage b. back stage c. interior stage d. exterior stage Answer: a Page: 127 LO:11 82. A football coach plays the "tough guy" role when he is actively performing his job with the members of his team. This illustrates what sociologist Erving Goffman called __________ behavior. a. back stage b. interior stage c. front stage d. exterior front Answer: c Page: 129 LO:11 83. A football coach who always plays the "tough guy" role in the presence of the players on his team feels comfortable showing emotional frailties when he is at home. This illustrates what sociologist Erving Goffman called __________ behavior. a. back stage b. interior stage c. front stage d. exterior stage Answer: a Page: 129 LO:11 84. Sociologist Arlie Hochschild suggests that we acquire a set of __________ that shape the appropriate emotions for a given role or specific situation, including how, where, when, and with whom an emotion should be expressed. a. emotional labors b. dramaturgical guidelines c. feeling rules d. socioemotional norms Answer: c Page: 129 LO:15 85. All jobs place some burden on our feelings; however, __________ occurs only in jobs that require personal contact with the public or the production of a state of mind (such as hope, desire, or fear) in others. a. cognitive labor b. emotional labor c. psychological labor d. sociological labor Answer: b Page: 128 LO:15 149
Chapter 1 86. Facebook, the social networking website, originated a. among college students. b. with Bill Gates. c. by a software company. d. with two video game developers. Answer: a Page: 128 LO:11 87. The transfer of information between persons without the use of words is referred to as __________. It includes not only visual cues (gestures, appearances) but also vocal features (inflection, volume, pitch) and environmental factors (use of space, position) that affect meanings.

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