SOC 100 SOC100 Final Exam Part 1 Answers (Spring 2016)

SOC 100 SOC100 Final Exam Part 1 Answers (Spring 2016)


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SOC 100 SOC/100 SOC100  Final Exam Part 1 (Spring 2016)

  1. Less powerful groups who are dominated politically and economically by a dominant group are referred to as:
  2. The practice of spatially or socially segregating people on the basis of race or ethnicity is referred to as:
  3. The coexistence of different racial and ethnic groups characterized by acceptance and respect for one another’s differences is referred to as:
  4. The study of communities and their social status, practices, and problems to understand patterns of health and disease is referred to as:
  5. A group sharing apparent physical traits deemed by society to be socially significant is referred to as:
  6. Women’s inequality is primarily the result of imperfect institutions, which can be corrected by reforms that do not fundamentally alter society itself. This statement reflects the beliefs of:
  7. The matrix of domination is a system in which:
  8. Standpoint epistemology, a philosophical perspective that what we can know is affected by the position we occupy in society, is a major tenet of:
  9. Patriarchy refers to:
  10. Which of the following is considered the "factory of gendered personalities"?
  11. When two or more people live together and have a legally or normatively recognized relationship, this is an example of which of the following social institutions?
  12. According to Nancy Chodorow women, are socialized to be _____, seeking close bonds and defining themselves through relationships.
  13. In post-industrial societies, serial monogamy describes which of the following?
  14. Social groups consisting of one or more parents, children, and other kin, often spanning several generations, living in the same household are referred to as:
  15. What expression does Talcott Parsons use to describe the family?
  16. ____ refers to the education of racial minorities in schools that are geographically, economically, and/or socially separated from those attended by the racial majority.
  17. The transmission of society’s norms, values, and knowledge base by means of direct instruction is referred to as:
  18. Education is increasingly important for job seekers due primarily to which of the following factors?
  19. On which of the following points do conflict and functionalist theorists agree?
  20. Which of the following is an example of the sociological term "moral education"?
  21. Shared beliefs, values, norms, ideas, institutions, and organizations that create a common identity among a group of people is referred to as:
  22. A church that is formally allied with the state and is the official religion of the society is referred to as:
  23. The idea that religions can be understood as organizations in competition with one another for followers is known as:
  24. An item believed to have acquired transcendent or magical qualities connecting humans with the divine is known as:
  25. A system of common beliefs and rituals centered on “sacred things” that unites believers and provides a sense of meaning and purpose is referred to as:

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