1.aWhich of the following is an example of a member in a secondary economy?Answer a. a woman sewing a dressb. a stockbrokerc. a prostituted. a teacher Question 22 1.cMass Hysteria is:Answer Question 23 1.d__________ is one of the major causes of social change.
Answer Question 24 1.cAccording to the __________ approach, if society is to operate as a stable system, it is important for people to be healthy and to contribute to their society. Consequently, sickness is viewed as a form of deviant behavior that must be controlled by society.Answer Question 25 1. b In lecture, your professor talked about the increase of medically treating the entire physical, mental and social aspects of the person, not just the symptoms. This is called: Answer a. reactive medicine b. holistic medicine c. single-payer medicine d. engagment medicine Question 26 1. b One function of the schools is cultural reproduction. This means: Answer a. replicating another society's culture. b. transmitting culture from one generation to the next. c. teaching art and music. d. producing new science. Question 27 1. a The sociology of religion is concerned with:Answer a.the consequences of religious beliefs rather than a direct critique of the belief system.
b. the microcosmic order of the universe c.the value structure differences between religious groups d. the consequences of the belief system as to the validity of that particular religion Question 28 1.bAccording to many __________ theorists, problems in U.S. health care delivery are rooted in the capitalist economy, which views medicine as a commodity that is produced and sold by the medical-industrial complex.Answer Question 29 1.cWhich term refers to the social institution through which goods and services are produced, distributed, and consumed?Answer Question 30 1. a A(n) __________ is a political system that provides the opportunity to make a change in leadership according to the vote of the majority. Answer a. democratic system b. monarchist system c. totalitarian system d. authoritarian system Question 31
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