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design and argued that it was similar to the way governments and leaders maintain control over the societies they rule. The theoretical concept of the panopticon as a social mechanism for controlling populations comes from an eighteenth-century prison design crafted by the British theorist Karl Marx. The guard tower in a panoptic prison is completely enclosed with mirrored windows, so the prisoners never know when they are being watched. Question 8. 8. Which well-known classic presents several extreme examples of self-policing? (Points : 1) Animal Farm The Iliad The Social Contract Nineteen Eighty-Four
Question 9. 9. When the social structure or context leads one to accept that another person’s commands, direction, or other forms of control over their actions, the person is thought to have (Points : 1)
Question 10. 10. Revolutions happen primarily in which type of environment? (Points : 1)
[Type here] hierarchical environments where those at the top maintain the status quo out of self- interest

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