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QUESTION 4 F1.Episodic framing refers to news writing that focuses on the human interest side of a story and shows that the individuals involved are caring people.True
False 1 points QUESTION 5 T1.Sociologist Herbert Gans referred to urbanities as those individuals who choose to live in the city so thatthey can be close to cultural activities.1 points QUESTION 9 F1.Symbolic interactionists argue that “uneven development” —the tendency of some neighborhoods, cities, or regions to grow and prosperwhereas others stagnate and decline—reflects inequalities of wealth and power in society.1 points QUESTION 1 T1.In low-income, less-developed nations, infectious diseases remain the leading cause of death; in some areas, mortality rates are increasing rapidly as a result of HIV/AIDS. Children under age 15 constitute a growing number of those who are infected with HIV/AIDS.
1 points QUESTION 5 T1.The age distribution of a population has a direct bearing on the demand for schooling, health, employment, housing, and pensions. The current distribution of a population can be depicted in a population pyramid, which is a graphic representationof the distribution of a population by sex and age.True False 1 points QUESTION 6 T1.In his book on immigration, sociologist Robert Crosnoe argues that recent immigrants to the U.S. should not be seen as a threat but as a potential resource for our nation.1 points QUESTION 7 F1.Functionalists argue that cities do not grow or decline by chance. Rather, they are the product of specific decisions made by members of the capitalist class and political elites. These far-reaching decisions regarding land use and urban development benefit