SOC 101 Exam 1 Part 4

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  • Question 62

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Intersectionality (connections between various forms of inequality) is also referred to as:
Answers: Looking glass self

Matrix of domination

Class mobility
  • Question 63

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 Food and drink such as caviar, lobster tail, and champagne are closely associated with which of the following types of cultures:
Answers:  Popular (Pop) culture
 Nonmaterial culture
 Nursing Homes

High culture

  • Question 64

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 This is a classic case of not being socialized properly:


Weber’s analysis of a bureaucracy
 Miley Cyrus
 Cultural relativism
  • Question 65

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We are born into one economic class, but might have the chance to move up or down classes (for example, moving from lower class to upper-middle class). This is called:
Answers: Anomie
Standpoint theory
Strain theory

Class mobility

  • Question 66

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 Sometimes we have to be ____________, and learn new values, beliefs, and norms of a new group of people or in a new social institution.
Answers:  Ethnocentrism
 Looking Glass Self
 Off stage


  • Question 67

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Durkheim said that people are more likely to commit suicide in times of peace, than in times of war.
Answers:  True
  • Question 68

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 A dyad is a group of how many people?


 10 or more
  • Question 69

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 One reason “popular culture” is so popular is that:
Answers: Due to the highly sexual and violent images
It does not influence the poorer classes

It is very common and widespread, easily accessible by the masses

 Everyone loves The Simpsons
  • Question 70

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 This type of institution controls all aspects of your day-to-day life.
Answers: Hobby-based organizations, such as the NRA or Girl Scouts
 Sports institution

Total institution

 Extra-curricular activities after school
  • Question 71

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This process affects everyone from birth until death, where individuals internalize the values, beliefs, and norms of a society:
Answers:  Conversation Analysis


  • Question 72

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 According to a 2011 study (Cambridge, 2011), ________ teens have a higher rate of divorce by 20.4%.
Answers:  Unhappy


  • Question 73

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 “Society is a human product” is used to best describe what sociological concept?
Answers:  Positivism
 Sociological imagination

Social construction of reality

  • Question 74

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This category of Merton’s Strain Theory includes individuals that accept culturally defined goals, and will do anything to achieve them.


  • Question 75

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 This category of Merton’s Strain Theory includes individuals who want to change mainstream goals and the means of achieving them:
Answers:  Innovation


  • Question 76

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 Everything in our constructed environment, including technology, books, clothing, hairstyles, and media, is called:
Answers:  Subculture
 Nonmaterial culture

Material culture

  • Question 77

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Stratification refers to:
Answers: Looking at society through different viewpoints

Systematic inequalities between groups of people

Moving up or down economic classes
Internalizing a label, or role, and letting it influence your behavior
  • Question 78

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According to a 2014 Princeton study, what is the “media life cycle” ?
Answers: When all cultures are affected by media violence
Internet access throughout the country
Media promoting free healthcare to citizens

Social media peaks, then declines

  • Question 79

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 Which sociological theory explains social behavior by examining the meanings that social signals and language represents to individuals?
Answers:  Conflict theory
 Functionalist theory

Symbolic interactionist theory

  • Question 80

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 A short-running Tide commercial has what type of media effect?
Answers:  Unintended and short-term
 Intended and long-term
 Unintended and long-term

Intended and short-term