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Answer social self creative self physical self active self
1 points Question 13 1. 2 Joshua would like to sleep but he knows that he should get up and go to class. He gets up, starts to get ready, decides today's lecture is not really that important, and crawls back into bed. He has followed his:
1 points Question 14 1. 2 Allison is playing in a high school field hockey game and passes the ball to Erika, who appears to have a scoring opportunity. Allison's pass suggests that she is aware of her role as a member of a team and that she is now in which stage of development, according to George Herbert Mead?
1 points Question 15
1. 2 According to contemporary functionalist theorists, deviance is universal. Which of the following is NOT a function of deviance?
1 points Question 16 1. 2 An abstract system of word meanings and symbols for all aspects of culture is called: Answer sanctions language argot material culture
1 points Question 17 1. 2 Rylie recently moved from the United States to Italy. She was amazed and annoyed to find that parents in Italy openly allow their children to drink alcohol. The feelings that Rylie experienced are an example of:
1 points Question 18 1. 3 A(n) __________ is a group that strongly influences a person's behavior and social attitudes, regardless of whether that individual is an actual member.
reference group instrumental group 1 points Question 19 1. 1 Based on sociologist Travis Hirschi’s social bonding theory, which of the following factors was not identified?
1 points Question 20 1. 4 Dr. Fey used his China Town Adventure where he ate at a restaurant as an example of cultural... Answer Synthesizsation Accommodation Assimilation Acculturation
1 points Question 21 1. 3 A(n) __________ is a collection of people who happen to be in the same place at the same time but share little else in common.
1 points Question 22 1. 1
Two or more people who interact on the basis of shared social structure and recognize mutual dependency are called:
1 points Question 23 1. 2 "Society is like a skeleton, the parts working in harmony to contribute to the maintenance of the whole. A healthy society is one which is stable and works together." These statements are consistent with which theoretical perspective?

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