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The systematic study of human society is known as

(TCO 1) The systematic study of human society is known as           .

psychology science anthropology

 

 

 

sociology

 

social psychology

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 1) Social science includes   .

 

 

 

biology, astronomy, chemistry, and physics anthropology, sociology, astronomy, and psychology

 

 

 

sociology, anthropology, economics, and political science

 

history, psychology, geology, and political science sociology, entomology, botany, and psychology

 

Lecture

 

 

 

(TCO 1) A key element in the sociological imagination is the ability to       .

 

 

 

see problems from the perspective of personal experience blame personal problems on one’s own culture

 

 

 

Correct Answer

 

turn personal problems into public issues

 

treat personal problems as collective opportunities create a fantasy life better than reality

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 3) Of the major theoretical theories in sociology, which one sees society as the

 

product of the everyday interactions of individuals?

 

Social-solidarity theory Social-conflict theory

 

 

 

Symbolic-interaction theory

 

Structural-functional theory Social-interaction theory

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 3) Functions of an institution that unrecognized and unintended consequences of

 

any social pattern, are known as                .

 

indirect manifest

 

 

 

latent implicit

 

implied

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

Question 6         

 

 

 

2              / 2 pts  

 

(TCO 2) Which is the term for a concept that has a value that changes from case to case?

 

Concept Measurement Changeling

 

 

 

Variable

 

Term

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 2) Cause is to effect, as .

 

 

 

independent variable is to dependent variable dependent variable is to independent variable clause is to affect

 

variable is to constant

 

fish is to bicycle

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 2) A statement of a possible relationship between two (or more) variables is called

 

                .

 

a theory operationalization a conclusion

 

a paradigm

 

 

 

 

 

a hypothesis

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 2) Which of the following are the three ways to do sociology?

 

 

 

Pacifist, interpretive, and critical sociology Positivist, interpretive, and negativist sociology

 

 

 

Positivist, interpretive, and critical sociology

 

Interpretive, modern, and jazz sociology Objective, subjective, and critical sociology

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 2) A criticism of the symbolic-interaction approach is that it

 

 

 

says little about how individuals actually experience society. wanted to colorize Casablanca.

 

 

 

ignores the influence of factors such as culture, class, gender, and race. focuses too much on class.

 

paints a very positive picture of society.

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 4) All of the following are characteristics of a Total Institution EXCEPT

 

 

 

staff members supervise all aspects of daily life, including where residents eat, sleep, and work.

 

life in a total institution is controlled and standardized, with the same food, uniforms, and activities for everyone.

 

 

 

 

 

normal rules dictate when, where, and how inmates perform their daily routines. residents are often called “inmates.”

 

 

 

Life is integrated into larger society, and members retain their individuality.

 

Chapter 3

 

 

 

(TCO 4) Other than perceiving the competing realities in a joke, what is sometimes

 

involved in “getting” and enjoying a joke?

 

The joke must be universally funny. The joke must be simple.

 

 

 

The audience must inferentially complete the joke in their minds.

 

The joke teller must explain the joke and provide more and more information until it is understood. The listener must be able to tell a joke well in order to get a joke.

 

Chapter 4

 

 

 

(TCO 4) Charles Horton Cooley used the following phrase to mean a self-image based on

 

how we think others see us.

 

Development of self

 

 

 

The looking glass Personality Socialiation

 

Formal operational stage

 

Chapter 3

 

 

 

Question 14       

 

 

 

3              / 3 pts  

 

(TCO 4) Erving Goffman makes so many explicit parallels to the theater that his view has been termed      .

 

Shakespearean Theatrical

 

Stage Directions Method Sociology

 

 

 

the Dramaturgical Approach

 

Chapter 4

 

 

 

(TCO 4) Shrimp merchant Sheldon Devane is the son of immigrants, and lives with his

 

aunt and uncle while enrolled at a four-year university where he is studying to be a graphic artist. Which of the following is his achieved status?

 

 

 

Graphic artist Male

 

Son

 

Correct Answer

 

University student Nephew

 

Chapter 4

 

 

 

(TCO 3) When we say that using the sociological perspective amounts to “seeing the

 

strange in the familiar,” we mean that sociologists

 

can identify Marilyn Manson wearing Old Navy Polar Fleece.

 

 

 

give up the familiar idea that we live our lives only in terms of what we decide, in favor of the initially strange notion that society shapes these decisions.

 

 

 

 

 

understand that individuals’ explanations for their behavioral choices are sufficient for our understanding of why people do the things they do.

 

understand that even people who are familiar to us often have some very strange habits. focus on the bizarre elements of society.

 

Chapter 1

 

 

 

(TCO 3) Mashie Nibblet is a pro at a country club and loves to play golf, but hates to teach

 

it to the country club members. Mashie is experiencing .

 

 

 

role conflict

 

Correct Answer

 

role strain role ambiguity role exit

 

a handicap that, if not ironed out, would leave him feeling below par with a chip on his shoulder resulting in a stroke

 

Chapter 4

 

 

 

(TCO 3) Norms for routine or casual interaction are called              .

 

 

 

folkways mores

 

proscriptive norms prescriptive norms

 

etiquette

 

Lecture

 

 

 

 

 

(TCO 3) In sociology, a symbol is                .

 

an important part of any complete drum kit; best made by Zildjian. any word or phrase that carries meaning to a “receiver.”

 

any gesture that carries meaning to a “receiver.”

 

a verbal representation of the material or non-material culture.

 

 

 

anything that carries a particular meaning which is recognized by people who share a culture.

 

Chapter 2

 

 

 

(TCO 3) is/are the ways of thinking, the ways of acting and the material objects that

 

together form a people’s way of life.

 

Society Ethnicity Artifacts Norms

 

 

 

Culture

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