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16. The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) provides thata. anyone can marry but they must be in love.b. only people intending to have children can marry.c.marriage is a union between one man and one woman.d.same-sex marriages contracted in one state must be respected in all states.e. marriage is between one husband and one wife.ANS: D
17. Within the social institution of the military, “duty, honor, country” represent institutionalized
18.Was there one question that you were just sure would be asked on this exam but wasn’t? There must have been one thing that you studied and then didn’t find on the exam. In any case, take advantage of this opportunity to write your own question; create at least five answer categories, and indicate the correct answer.____________________________________a.____________b.____________c. ____________d.____________e.____________TB 9 | 4
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True-False Questions1.The institution of science responds to society’s need to create knowledge.
2.People who attempt to create particular social structures in ways that go against institutionalized ideas will be subject to some sanctions.
3.The institutions of education, religion and politics all respond to the societal needto promote social unity.
4.As sociologists use the term, “society” refers to a group of people with a common goal.
5.The concept of “habitualized behavior” refers to institutionalized activities.
Brief Essay Questions1. Describe the differences between habitualized and institutionalized behavior.2. Each social institution is a “constellation” of four kinds of basic social things—one of which is “roles.” List the other three things and explain the place of each of the four things in social institutions.3. What is the basic function of social institutions in society? (Illustrate by using two examples of social institutions.)TB 9 | 5

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