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Selected Answer:as a peer groupAnswers:as a primary groupas a secondary groupas a peer groupas a reference groupQuestion 180 out of 1.25 points[a] is the process by which people learn the culture of their society.Selected Answer:EnculturationQuestion 191 out of 1 pointsThe unspoken classroom socialization into the norms, values, and roles of a society that schools provide along with the “official” curriculum is referred to as the ___________ curriculum.Selected Answer:hiddenAnswers:alienatedhiddenmanifestextra
Question 201 out of 1 pointsThe abstract sense of society’s norms and values by which people evaluate themselves is the [a], while a specific person who is important in children’s lives and whose views have the greatest impact on the children’s self-evaluations is a [b].Selected Answer:The abstract sense of society’s norms and values by which peopleevaluate themselves is the generalized other, while a specific person who is important in children’s lives and whose views have the greatest impact on the children’s self-evaluations is a significant other.Answers:oreference grouposignificant otherogeneralized otherosecondary groupQuestion 211 out of 1 pointsWhich of the following is true about the sociological definition of deviance?Selected Answer:all of the aboveAnswers:it applies to attitudes, characteristics and behaviorsit is subjective and relativewhat is considered deviant changes over timeall of the aboveQuestion 221 out of 1 pointsA group of Vice Presidents at IBM decide to illegally bill customers for services that were technically not rendered to make the quarterly profits look better than they actually are. This is an example ofSelected Answer:White Collar CrimeAnswers:Organized crimeWhite Collar CrimeViolent CrimeAll of the above
Question 231.75 out of 3.5 pointsMatch the concept to the definition.QuestionSelected MatchThe attempts by certain people or groups in society to control thebehaviors of other individuals and groups in order to increase the likelihood that they will conform to established norms or laws.C.Property crimesThe unofficial mechanism through which deviance and deviant behaviors are discouraged in society; most often occurs among ordinary people during the course of their interactions.A.Informal social controlOfficial attempts to discourage certain behaviors and visibly punish others; most often exercised by the state.D.Formal social controlCrimes that involve the violation of individuals’ ownership rights, including burglary, larceny/theft, arson, and motor vehicle theft.B.social controlCrimes that involve force or threat of force, including robbery, murder, assault, and rape.