3.The world Bank focuses on these three development themes in classifying nations into economic categories: 4.High-income countriesare nations… technologically advanced industrial,… 5.The three worlds approachwas introduced by social analysis to distinguish among nations on the basis of their levels of economic development and the standard.. 6.Globalstratification refers to the unequal d…nations of the world. 7.The process through which ideas, resources,… than a local framework is called . 8.According to sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein, the world systemstheory su..together by economic ties. 9.One problem encountered by social scientists studying global tratificationand social and…distribution of resources in various nations. 10.Affirmative actionrefers to the policies or procedures that are intended… 11.Blaming one minority group for personal troubles is a example of which theory: . 12.Ethnocentrism is maintained and perpetuated by stereotypes, which.. . 14.Swizerland has been described as a model of accommodationpluralism; more than 6 million… coexist there.
15. From a sociological perspective, prejudice is a negative attitude based on faulty gen…other groups. 16. Ethnic group is a collection of people dis…cultural or nationality characteristics. 17. Racism is a set of attitudes, b…superior ..treatment of another racial or ethnic group. 18. A bank might consistently deny loans to people of a certain race. Institutional discrimination. 19. De facto segregation is still prevalent in many U.S. cities; owners,…their properties for “whites only.” 20.According to lecture, a person’s sex drive hormones comes from: 21.According to lecture, which group has the fastest growing poverty rate? 22.SES: 23.Lecture, sexual continuum refers to: 24.Lecture, percentage of teenagers make it into adulthood without having sex: 25.In class, Dr. Fey illustrated the concept of how gender is socially constructed by:
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