10.A(n) __________ is a number of people who share an interest in a specific idea or issue but who are not in one another's immediate vicinity.a.massb.categoryc.crowdd.aggregateAnswer: aPage: 487LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified11.Facebook friends and people following someone on Twitter are examples of technology used to create a(n) __________ .
12.Sociologist John Lofland states that different forms of collective behavior can be distinguished by the feelings that are expressed and perceived. He terms these the __________.13.Which of these is notone of the categories developed by Herbert Blumer in order to distinguish different types of crowds?14.__________ crowds are relatively large gatherings of people who happen to be in the same place at the same time; if they interact at all, it is only briefly.a.Conventionalb.Casualc.Actingd.ExpressiveAnswer: bPage: 488LO: 2TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Pickup15.People in a shopping mall or on a city bus are examples of _________ crowds.16.__________ crowds are made up of people who come together for a scheduled event and thus share a common focus.17.Students gathered at a college lecture are an example of a(n) ___________ crowd. The event has a preestablished schedule and norms so that interaction is likely. The crowd is essential to the event.
18.__________ crowds provide opportunities for the display of some strong emotion (such as joy, excitement, or grief). People release their pent-up emotions in conjunction with other persons experiencing similar emotions.a.Protestb.Expressivec.Actingd.ConventionalAnswer: bPage: 489LO: 2TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Pickup19.Worshipers at religious revival services and revelers assembled on New Year's Eve at Times Square in New York are examples of __________ crowd.
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 22 pages?