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Multiple Choice Question 14. Julian and his friends like to watch movies together. One movie focused on a young black man who rose out of poverty by playing basketball. His friend N'Cola commented that there would be no poverty if poor people simply tried to find employment. Julian said that the solution to poverty was not that simple and that N'Cola's understanding of how poverty worked was mistaken. What was the problem with N'Cola's argument?Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?→It was based on common sense.It used the sociological perspective.It ignores the rules of sociology as a discipline.It viewed an individual problem as a social problem.Multiple Choice Question 15. Maria wants to write a paper for her college class that explores how married couples divide household chores. She wants to argue that gender shapes how couples share housework. Given her topic and argument, her class is a part of what discipline?Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?Multiple Choice Question Level: ModerateTopic: What is Sociology?16. Which of the following characteristics is NOT part of the move towards modernity?Multiple Choice Question Level: BasicTopic: Sociology's Historical and Social Context17. The historical period marked by a shift to urban industrial economies and increased faith in science and reason is known asPage 4 of 23
→Multiple Choice Question 18. Maria lives in a society where physical illness is viewed as being caused by germs and unsanitary conditions and does not occur as the product of a curse or spell. In what historical context is she living?Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Sociology's Historical and Social Context→modernitycapitalismthe Early Modern periodthe Middle AgesBloom's Taxonomy: ApplyMultiple Choice Question Level: ModerateTopic: Sociology's Historical and Social Context19. Which concept describes how logic and the systematic collection of evidence are used to support theories about the natural and social world?Multiple Choice Question Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Sociology's Historical and Social Context