7.(p. 355)How do schools act as an occupational sorter? A.Through different programs, schools prepare people for various occupational roles.B. Schools use a quota system to determine which students take a particular occupational route.C. Schools use the same curriculum to prepare everyone for college-required jobs.D. None of these answers is correct.Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Education and Schooling8.(p. 355)Which aspect of schooling would a functionalist study? Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Education and Schooling
9.(p. 355)Which of the following is NOT a function of schools in which sociologists have been interested? Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Education and Schooling10.(p. 355)Emile Durkheim believed schools teach children the central beliefs and values of society. He referred to this as Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Education, Culture, and Socialization11.(p. 356)What does the hidden curriculum do? A.It teaches students the central values and beliefs of society.B. It teaches students basic subjects like math and reading.C. It teaches students to be engaged in activism.D. It teaches students to "think outside the box."Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Education, Culture, and Socialization
12.(p. 356)Which of the following lessons would be an example of the hidden curriculum present within schools? Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Education, Culture, and Socialization13.(p. 356-357)Which of the following is NOT a way that socialization occurs in schools, accordingto Brint and his colleagues? Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Education, Culture, and Socialization
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