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31.(p. 144)Kids often play dress-up or play school as a form of A. resocialization.B. imitation.C. role modeling.D.anticipatory socialization.
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: BasicTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course32.(p. 144-145)How did the Western view of children change in the nineteenth century compared to earlier times in history?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course33.(p. 145)At what point in Western history did the idea that children should not be used as laborers become popular?
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Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course34.(p. 145)Which stage in the life course is filled with contradictions that exist between culture and biology?
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course35.(p. 145)Which of the following contributed to creating the gap between childhood and adulthood? A. the decrease in immigrationB.industrializationC. the invention of the computerD. the aging of the population
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course36.(p. 145)Many immigrants come to the United States each year, often in search of a better life for themselves and their children. For first-generation immigrants, life in a new country can be challenging, especially if they do not speak English. They often rely on their children to help them navigate their new environment. The first-generation immigrants' children often quickly assimilate into American culture. It is increasingly difficult for them to maintain the customs from their traditional culture while living in a society in which many of those customs may be outdated. This can create conflict between the parents and children. What accounts for this conflict?
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course

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