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1 I. Two large companies compete for the same scarce resource. Each one tries to injure or sabotage the other. This interaction is called: a. exchange. b. economic cooperation. c. coercion. d. conflict. e. social cooperation. E. Social Cooperation12. The status that seems to dominate others in patterning a person's life is known as the: a. secondary 13. Which of the following is an ascribed status? a. female b. parent c. employee d. lawyer e. ex-convict
14. All the roles attached to a single status are collectively known as: a. one role. b. multiple roles. c. 1 5 . The relationship between roles and statuses is that: a. a status may include a number of roles. b. a
16. Culturally defined rules for proper behavior that are associated with various statuses are called: a. an achieved status. b. roles. c. an ascribed status. d. a master status. e. a status offense. B. RolesCh. 1 & 21. Sociology is defined as the 2. A is a large social grouping that shares the same geographical territory and is subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations. a. culture 3. refers to the fact that the lives of people everywhere are intertwined closely so that one nation's problems are part of a much larger global context. a. Societal cohesiveness b. Universal cooperation 4. People throughout the world share the same biosphere; environmental pollution in one area may have an adverse effect on people in other places. This makes environmental problems an example of a. international interlock b. universal cooperation c. societal cohesiveness d. global interdependence5. Sociologist C. Wright Mills coined the term individual experiences and the larger society. a. conflict