1. The most frequently noted __________ nations are the United States, Canada, Japan, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. Answer second worldthird world fourth world first world 1 points 4 Question 25 1. According to lecture, a person's sex drive hormones comes from: Answer the muscle tissue in the body being really turned on 653
Chapter 1 the fat tissue in the body the brain of the person 1 points 3 Question 26 1. An invisible barrier that blocks the promotion of a qualified individual in a work environment because of the individual's sex, race, or ethnicity is known as:Answer 1 points 3 Question 27 1. Which is considered the most violent social institution?Answer 1 points 3 654
Chapter 1 Question 28 1. Both sociologists Karl Marx and Max Weber identified ___________ as an important determinant of social inequality and social change. Answer 1 points 2 Question 29 1. The process of denying opportunities and equal rights to individualsand groups because of prejudice or for other arbitrary reasons is known as:Answer predeterminationethnocentrismstereotypingdiscrimination 1 points 4 Question 30 1. 655
Chapter 1 Under which marital form can a woman have several husbands at the same time?Answer 1 points 4 Question 31 1. Systems of stratification are characterized by different hierarchical structures and varying degrees of mobility. Whichof the following systems of stratification is notdiscussed in the text? Answer 1 points 2 Question 32 1. According to lecture, which group has the fastest growing poverty rate? 656
Chapter 1 Answer 1 points 2 Question 33 1. Ethnic groups share five main characteristics. Which of the following characteristics is not shared by ethnic groups? Answer a feeling of ethnocentrism unique genetic variations territoriality a sense of community 1 points 2 Question 34 1. A male who lives as a woman, or a female who lives as a man but does not alter the genitalia is referred to as a __________. Answer hermaphrodite transsexual 657
Chapter 1 transvestite homosexual 1 points 3 Question 35
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