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47 .   Which of the following statements would be most convincing to a sociologist if you were trying to explain the shift from A - mode and B - mode responses to C - mode responses on the Twenty Statements Test ?
a . Americans have become more and more generous over the years and their answers reflect a desire to give something back .
b . There has been a fundamental shift in individual values and psychology that has led to a long - term change in American social structure .
c . People care less about what researchers think about them , so they are more likely to answer honestly and admit that they ’ve always been selfish .
d . The accelerated pace of social change makes it increasingly difficult to think about the self in terms of group membership .
48 .   If changing one variable seems to lead to a change in another variable , this shows ________ but does not necessarily prove ________.
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49 .   What must we do before we can experience role - taking emotions ?
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50 .   Churches usually teach their members rules and often codify these rules into formal commandments to be followed . Given this , churches can be considered
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48. If changing one variable seems to lead to a change in another variable, this shows ________ but does not necessarily prove ________.a.causation; correlationb.correlation; causationc.applied research; a paradigm shiftd.a paradigm shift; causation
49. What must we do before we can experience role-taking emotions?
50. Churches usually teach their members rules and often codify these rules into formal commandments to be followed. Given this, churches can be considered

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