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86.Both a friendship and a political system are examples of social structure. True False87.Social structures never change; they are constant fixtures of a society.
88.Achieved statuses are ones that individuals work toward, whereas ascribed statuses are ones that are assigned to someone. 89.Weber believed that as modern life progresses, the social world will become increasingly complex, which will lead people to act increasingly emotionally as a coping mechanism. 90.Individuals are fully determined by social life; they are not capable of independent action. True False91.Cell phone usage is on the decline in most parts of the world due to high costs. 92.In order to survive, an institution has to serve a function that meets the needs of the broader society. 93.Social statuses are the expectations associated with various social roles. 94.Social integration is when group members argue over the values and goals of the group. True False