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Question 4 1 / 1 point Living in high-crime areas has obvious risks: being a victim of physical violence, for example. What is one of the more subtle risks faced by people who live in high-crime areas mentioned in The Social Project ? Question options: impaired job or school performance because of stress increased forgetfulness because of rampant escapism increased attention from politicians trying to court nonaffiliated voters
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decreased access to housing that allows pets Question 5 1 / 1 point Which of the following institutions of higher learning formed the first department of sociology in the United States and remains greatly influential to this day? Question options: Ohio State University University of California, Berkeley University of Chicago University of Iowa Question 6 1 / 1 point Two key components to understanding social context are __________. Question options: social interaction and social structure social space and social time social status and social wealth social power and social prestige Question 7 1 / 1 point Sociology laid the groundwork for which of the following academic disciplines? Question options: African American studies and demography philology and theosophy history and psychology anthropology and computer science Question 8 1 / 1 point Why is the power of social structures most obvious to us after natural disasters? Question options: Natural disasters have a distinct tendency to disrupt social structures in ways that man-made disasters do not.
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