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10. The discipline a social scientist is trained in plays a role in the questions the social scientist asks."How will high gas prices impact automobile sales in the near future?" would most likely be asked by a(n):a. Anthropologist*b. Economistc. Psychologistd. Sociologist
11. The discipline a social scientist is trained in plays a role in the questions the social scientist asks."How do educational opportunities for women impact national infant mortality rates in Eastern European countries?" would most likely be asked by a(n):
12. The discipline a social scientist is trained in plays a role in the questions the social scientist asks."How do couples negotiate roles in a marriage?” would most likely be asked by a(n):
13. The difference between common sense and sociology is that:
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14. When studying why high school students drop out of school, sociologists would focus on:a. The physiological structure of the human brain*b. Factors relating to work responsibilities, family relationships, and peer groupsc. The genetic traits of the students’ parentsd. Mental and physical illness the student may be facing
15. Interconnected parts of the social world ranging from small groups to entire societies are:
16. The aspects of society that provide the rules, roles, and relationships needed to shape human behavior are:
17. The authors of the text would argue that a change in the economy would eventually result in a change in the family. This is because:

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