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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 43What aspects of stigma are symbolic interactionists interested in?how people manage their stigmatized identities on an everydaybasisCorrect!Correct!
5/10/18, 1(40 PMAman Gola's Quiz History: Midterm ExamPage 25 of 29how stigma is related to larger issues of social structurewhich stigmas are fair and which are unjustly appliedhow stigma can make a positive contribution to someone’s lifeall of the above1 / 1 ptsQuestion 44In the early 1950s, many Americans became interested in riding motorcyclesas a hobby. At the same time, “bikers” were beginning to develop theirmodern reputation as antisocial thugs, criminals, and outlaws. One official ofa national motorcycle organization argued that a few bad apples shouldn’t beallowed to ruin all motorcyclists’ reputations, and that it was only 1 percent ofmotorcyclists who were really bad. After this interview was published, somebikers started wearing a “one percenter” patch on their leather jackets, agesture that Erving Goffman would call:Correct!Correct!1 / 1 ptsQuestion 45
5/10/18, 1(40 PMAman Gola's Quiz History: Midterm ExamPage 26 of 29According to conflict theory, why are vagrancy laws passed?Correct!Correct!1 / 1 ptsQuestion 46Which of the following might make sociologists doubt that higher crime ratesin urban areas, as reported by the Uniform Crime Report, actually reflecthigher levels of criminal activity?Correct!