Gesellschaf gemeinschaf mechanical solidarity organic

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gesellschaf gemeinschaf mechanical solidarity organic solidarity According to Durkheim, when a society increases in size, its division of labor becomes more specialized. People begin to depend upon one another and become interdependent. This form of social cohesion was a concept that he termed _______. mechanical solidarity gemeinschaf organic solidarity gesellschaf Which approach focuses on the influence the physical environment, both natural and built, has on our social life? human ecology theory sociobiology theory bioeconomics theory All of the choices are correct. Lois and Philip are one of ten couples who have decided to buy and restore older homes on the edge of a deteriorated urban neighborhood. Lois and Philip along with the other couples are involved in ______. modernization urbanization gentrification suburbanization The Merill Company has decided to build their new factory in an inner-city neighborhood that is considered a problem area. When they applied for a loan at the bank, they were refused. The refusal is an example of _______. enterprise zoning bureaucratic business reinvestment redlining Alfred moved his family to a newly developed suburb on the east side of the city. They enjoy the serenity of a quiet neighborhood but Alfred must drive twenty minutes to get to work each day. Their neighborhood is five minutes from the nearest mall and only ten minutes from the local school. This is an example of suburban _________. city. sprawl.
prestige. lifestyle. Some rural areas have had a loss of population, but many have had population growth. Tourism, available outdoor activities, and ability to work from home via the Internet have created a phenomenon called __________. suburban flight rural rebound suburban realignment rural encroachment What is the goal of environmental sociology? to stop pollution and discourage the use of nuclear power to understand the interrelationship between societies and the environment to examine how the man-made environment develops over time to analyze the potential physical limits to economic growth Which of the following contributes to global warming? burning fossil fuels which destroy the ozone layer destruction of natural lakes creating new deserts industrial discharges into our freshwater supply cutting down forests, which causes loss of topsoil Malcolm and Marie recently built a new home that is powered by solar energy. They recycle most of their trash and dispose of electronics in an approved manner. They make efficient use of water by taking short showers and combining wash loads. This illustrates an extravagant lifestyle. a conservative use of resources. efforts to consume resources wantonly. the blatant use of resources. In order to compete in the modern car market, Toyota has built factories around the world.

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