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34. (p. 175) Sociologists refer to a collection of people who interact with one another regularly and who are aware of their status as a A. social network. B. social status. C. social group. D. social hierarchy.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 35. (p. 175) According to sociologists, which of the following would be a social group?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Analyze Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 36. (p. 175) What distinguishes a social group from a crowd?
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Bloom's Taxonomy: Analyze Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 37. (p. 176) Which type of social grouping is made up of people who have regular contact, significant emotional attachment to one another, and enduring relationships?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 38. (p. 176) Which type of social grouping is made up of people who come together to accomplish a specific task and interact with one another in a relatively impersonal way? A. tertiary B. primary C. secondary D. None of these answers is correct.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 39. (p. 176) What distinguishes a primary group from a secondary group?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Analyze Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups
40. (p. 176) Which of the following would be a secondary relationship?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Moderate Topic: Social Groups 41. (p. 176) How do we relate to a reference group?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Understand Level: Difficult Topic: Social Groups

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