Practice Test: Chapters 13-17
1. A global perspective of schooling shows that _.
Boys receive more schooling than girls
2. Which country has the largest share of people with a college degree?
The United States
3. Students from high-income famili
Practice Test: Chapters 1-4
1) The sociological imagination helps us see that social problems _.
Result from the operation of society
2) The sociological constructionist approach states that_.
Social problems arise as people define conditions as
Practice Test: Chapters 5-8
1. Which concept refers to the study of aging and the elderly?
2. What effect does industrialization have on the social standing of the oldest members of a
society relative to younger adults?
Exam 1 Review Game with Answers
What are the three levels of old?
Younger old, older old, and oldest old
What are the four stages that social movements move through?
Emergence, coalescence, formulation, and decline
Japanese Americans: How the Past Affected Their Future
James R. Odle
We all know the story of how the United States entered into WWII. The day Pear
Practice Test: Chapters 9-12
1. Chapter 9 defines health as _.
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being
2. Name an example of a chronic disease.
Heart disease, cancer, and stroke
3. People living in low-income nations are like
Drug Abuse and How We Could Solve the Problem
James R. Odle
Drug abuse has been a growing problem in recent years all throughout the nation, but this
issue hits partic
Exam 2 Review Game with Answers
Laws that are specific only to juveniles are known by what term?
What are the three types of white collar crime?
Crimes of fraud, crimes against public administration, and reg
SOCI 2205 Study Guide 1
Define the following terms (.5 point each/10 points total)
1. Social problem a condition that
undermines the well-being of some
or all members of a society and is
usually a matter of public
2. Claims making The process
SOCI 2610 Study Guide 1
Define the following terms (.5 point each/8 points total)
1. Community policing Philosophy of
policing that emphasizes crime
prevention and focuses on
developing positive relations
between the police and the public