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2.A __________ is a large social grouping that occupies the same geographical territory andis subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations.a.countryb.societyc.nationd.cultureAnswer:
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Chapter 13.__________ is essential for our individual survival and our communication with other people. We rely on it because we are not born with the information we need to survive. We must learn through interaction, observation, and imitation in order to participate asmembers of the group.
dPage: 41LO:74.A(n) __________ is an unlearned, biologically determined behavior pattern common to allmembers of a species that predictably occurs whenever certain environmental conditions exist.
d Page: 42LO:85.Spiders do not learn to build webs. They build webs because of __________ that are triggered by basic biological needs such as protection and reproduction.
aPage: 42LO:86.A(n) __________ is an unlearned, biologically determined involuntary response to some physical stimuli.a.instinctb.reflexc.drived.impulseAnswer:
b Page: 42LO:87.Examples of __________ include a sneeze after breathing some pepper in through the nose or the blinking of an eye when a speck of dust gets in it.
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c Page: 43LO:88.__________ are unlearned, biologically determined impulses common to all members of aspecies that satisfy needs such as those for sleep, food, water, or sexual gratification.
bPage: 43LO:89.According to sociologist Ann Swidler, __________ is/are a "tool kit of symbols, stories, rituals, and world views, which people may use in varying configurations to solve different kinds of problems."
d Page: 44LO:710.__________ consists of the physical or tangible creations that members of a society make, use, and share. a. Technologyb.Nonmaterial culturec. Cultural universalsd.Material cultureAnswer:
d Page: 45LO:811.Initially, items of __________ begin as raw materials or resources such as ore, trees, and oil. Through technology, these raw materials are transformed into usable items (ranging from books and computers to guns and tanks).
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