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Chapter 1 Key1.(p. 5)Which concept describes the processes of examining the social world though understanding how individuals are connected to the societies in which they live? A. structural-functionalist theoryB. social viewpointC. sociologyD. sociological perspectiveCroteau - Chapter 01 #1Level: BasicTopic: What is Sociology?Type: Knowledge2.(p. 5)Sally grew up in the middle class. For school, she volunteered at a soup kitchen and, for the first time, met individuals her own age who had grown up in poverty. Instead of dismissing these individuals as lazy, she sought to understand what social forces worked to shape her life differently from those she met at the soup kitchen. This is an example of A. everyday sociology.B. the sociological perspective.C. a social viewpoint.D. doing sociology.Croteau - Chapter 01 #2Level: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?Type: Application
3.(p. 5)A sociologist would understand the phenomena of poverty by examining A. why individuals fail to find jobs that pay more.B. the ways that employment is structured.C. what race, class, and gender an individual possesses.D. the neighborhood an individual lives in.Croteau - Chapter 01 #3Level: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?Type: Application4.(p. 5)A sociological understanding of homelessness would include all of the following EXCEPT A. an individual's social status.B. the local employment structure.C. individual's personal failures at locating work.D. stratification in the society an individual lived in.Croteau - Chapter 01 #4Level: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?Type: Application5.(p. 5)Who used the term "sociological imagination" to describe a way of viewing the connections individuals have to their social worlds? A. Karl MarxB. Max WeberC. Emile DurkheimD. C. Wright MillsCroteau - Chapter 01 #5Level: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?Type: Knowledge