Principles of Sociology
Chapter 1 Assessment TEST 1 8/28/13 15/15 A
1) Identify the three sociologists who played a part in the development of sociology's structural-functional
A) Auguste Comte, Karl Marx, W.E.B. Du Bois
B) Herbert Spence
LO 7.1 Explain how sociology addresses limitations of a
biological or psychological approach to deviance.
LO 7.2 Apply structural-functional theories to the topic of
LO 7.3 Apply symbolic-intera
LO 10.1 Describe research that points to how society
creates gender stratification.
LO 10.2 Explain the importance of gender to socialization.
LO 10.3 Analyze the extent of gend
LO 9.1 Describe the division of the world into
high-, middle-, and low-income countries.
LO 9.2 Discuss patterns and explanations of
poverty around the world.
LO 9.3 Apply sociol
INFANCY TO OLD AGE
Socialization: From Infancy to Old Age
LO 5.1 Describe how social interaction is the
foundation of personality.
LO 5.2 Explain six major theories of socialization.
LO 5.3 Analyze how
Groups and Organizations
LO 5.1 Explain the importance of various
types of groups to social life.
LO 5.2 Describe the operation of large, formal
LO 5.3 Summarize the changes to form
LO 2.1 Explain the development of culture as a human strategy
LO 2.2 Identify common elements of culture.
LO 2.3 Analyze how a societys level of technology shapes its
LO 2.4 Discuss dime
THEORY, AND METHOD
Sociology: Perspective, Theory, and
LO 1.1 Explain how the sociological perspective helps us
understand that society shapes our individual lives.
LO 1.2 State several reasons
SOCIAL INTERACTION IN
LO 4.1 Explain how social structure helps us to make
sense of everyday situations.
LO 4.2 State the importance of status to social
LO 4.3 State the importance of role to so
1. Crime differs from deviance in that crime:
2. A triad is: a social group with three members
3. A caste system is defined as:
4. A charismatic leader is most likely to be found:
5. A family that includes parents, children, and other kin is called:
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Instructor: Tammy Jolley
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LO 8.1 Identify four principles that underlie social stratification.
LO 8.2 Apply the concepts of caste, class, and meritocracy to
societies around the world.
LO 8.3 Apply structura