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81.(p. 176)Maria just entered high school. She hopes one day to join the volleyball team and looksto the young women on the team as role models. She dresses like them, follows the same fitness routines, and reads the same volleyball magazines. To Maria, the volleyball team is a A. secondary group.B. out-group.C.reference group.D. master status.
Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Social Networks82.(p. 173)Liza only hangs out with other people just like her in terms of her ethnicity, age, education, religion and so forth. What is a consequence of Liza spending most of her time in such groups?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: Difficult
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Topic: Social Networks83.(p. 170)A sociologist is studying how police officers perform their roles, specifically examininghow officers perform their roles and present themselves to the public. What approach is the sociologist using to study the officers?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture and Social Interaction84.(p. 169)Martin has many social statuses including being a parent, a son, a husband, and a carpenter. When he was younger, he committed a crime and served some time in prison. Despite all of the things he has accomplished since then, most people still react to Martin primarily as an ex-con. What type of status does being an ex-con represent in Martin's life?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture and Social Interaction85.(p. 165-166)Mike's uncle is always making generalizations about certain racial/ethnic groups, describing them as being smart, good with money, lazy, unmotivated, or prone to crime. Mike knows that these assertions are unfounded but he does not know how to address his uncle. These generalizations are A. sexism.B.stereotypes.C. status hierarchies.D. social networks.
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Culture and Social Interaction
True / False Questions86.(p. 176)Secondary groups are characterized by impersonal interactions whereas primary groupsare characterized by enduring relationships and emotional attachment.
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Social Groups87.(p. 163)If two people know the same language, there will never be misunderstandings and miscommunication.
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture and Social Interaction88.(p. 163)Sociologists believe that successful interaction requires each participant to take the perspective of the other to achieve some common understanding.
Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture and Social Interaction89.

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