Module 3 Quiz (1.9 out of 2.7 points)
1. Some people have a contradiction or a mismatch between
their statuses. True
2. Without language there can be no culture, no shared way of
3. Mead emphasized that in order to learn to take the role of
Module 2 Quiz (1.9 out of 2 points)
1. Ethnocentrism is purely a negative trait with no redeeming
2. Emile Durkheim identified the degree of social integration
as the primary variable to explain different rates of suicide
1. On the micro level, sociologists study matters such as race
relations and multinational corporations; on the macro level,
they study human interactions, such as the behavior seen
on street corners and in doctor-patient relationships. False
Sociology Test 3:
Frank Jim Marth and Louise occupy the same apartment sharing routine chores: are a
The control of an entire industry by a single company: true
What condition had to exist before members of a society: a surplus of food
Why is ev
SOCIOLOY CHAPTER 2
1. Structural-functionalism focuses its theories at the _ level of analysis.
2. An example of a _ would be going to Las Vegas and visiting the Eiffel Tower at the
Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino.
3. According to
SOCIOLOGY CHAPTER 1
As a college student, the choices in how to obtain your education are affected by which
main sociological issue(s) that Dr. Ritzer presents in his text?
A: three interrelated themes of globalization, consumption, and the digital wor
SOCIOLOGY CHAPTER 4
1) Mike is 10 and is the pitcher on the baseball team. He needs to understand his own position
as well as the duties of the other people on his team in order to be successful as a pitcher.
According to Mead, Mike is in the _ stage.
SOCIOLOGY CHAPTER 3
1) Examples of material culture include language, values, and norms.
2) Given incidences of tension and violence between immigrants and citizens in Europe and
the United States, some people have declared multiculturalism a fai
Notes on Chapter 1: The Sciences of Anatomy & Physiology
1.1 Anatomy & Physiology compared
Anatomy studies body form /structure; Physiology studies body functions; form /function are interrelated
Scientific method - systematic & rigorous process by which