87 From the Functionalist perspective parents and other relatives are

87 from the functionalist perspective parents and

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87. From the Functionalist perspective, parents and other relatives are responsible for children the necessary knowledge and skills to survive. 88.In advanced industrial societies, families serve four key functions, which of the following was not a function identified? Guaranteed Reproduction 89. Polyandry is very rare. When it does occur, it is typically found in societies where men greatly outnumber women because of high rates of female intarticide. 90. Marriage is a legally recognized and/or socially approved arrangement between two or more individuals that carries certain rights and obligations and usually involves sexual activity. 91. According to sociologist Talcott Parsons, the wife/mother fulfills the Expressive Role (running the household, caring for children, and meeting the emotional needs of family members) 92. The Family of Procreation is the family that a person forms by having or adopting children. 93. A person may decide not to rent an apartment to someone of a different race. This would be an example of Individual discrimination.
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94. Switzerland has been described as model of accommodation pluralism; more than 6 million people with French, German, and Italian cultural heritages peacefully coexist there. 95. To sociologists, a Subcrdinate Group is one whose members, because of physical or cultural characteristics, are disadvantaged and subjected to unequal treatment by the controlling group and who regard. 96. Ethnocentrism is maintained and perpetuated by Sterectypems , which is/are over generalizations about the appearance, behavior, or other characteristics of members of particular categories. 97. Racism is a set of attitudes, beliefs, and practices used to justify the superior treatment of one ethnic group and the inferior treatment of another racial or ethnic group. 98. A bank might consistently deny loans to people of certain race. This would be an example of Institutional. 99. Assimilation is a process by which members of subordinate racial and ethnic groups become absorbed into the dominant culture. 100. Prejudice is to discrimination as: Attitude is to behavior 101. Affrmative Action refers to the policies or procedures that are intended to promote equal opportunity for categories of people deorned to have been previously excluded from equality in education, employment, and other fields on the basis of characteristics such as race or ethnicity. 102. Based on sociologist Robert Merton s typology of prejudice and discrimination, Unprejudiced Discriminators may have no personal
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prejudice but still engage in discriminatory behavior because of peer group pressure of economic, political, or social interests. 103. In class, Dr. Fey illcatrated the concept of how gender is socially constructed by: Having the women in class provide a one word adjective to describe men and the men in class provide a one word adjective to describe women.
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