Fad is a an intense and widely
shared enthusiasm for something,
that is ________
a) Long lasting
b) Short lasting
c) Lasts more than two months
A stereotype is…
a)A widely held but fixed and oversimplified
image or idea of a particular type of person
or thing
b) A racial comment
c) Facts on other cultures
d) Both a and b
A Social category describes the ways
individuals classify
a)
b)
c)
d)
Animals
Family
Other people into groups
Friends
Genocide is the deliberate
a) Forcing large of people out of their country
b) Killing of small group of people
c) Killing of large group of people
Social movement is a group of
______with a common ideology who
try together to achieve certain general
goals
•
•
•
•
A) minorities
B) republicans
C) Democrats
D) people
Discrimination is the ________
treatment of different categories of
people or things, esp. on the grounds
of race, age, or sex.
• A) harsh
• B) kind
• C) prejudicial
Ageism is the prejudice or
discrimination on the basis of a
person's ______
• A) Attitude
• B) age
• C) personality
Demography is the composition of a
particular ______
• A) human population
• B) school
• C) institution
Segregation is the enforced separation
of different ________ in a country,
community, or establishment
• A) Racial groups
• B) ethnicities
• C) gender
Fashion is a popular ______, esp. in
styles of dress, ornament, or behavior
a) Food
b) Game
c) Trend
Who thought that because we are
part of a society and culture we are
therefore part of nature.
A. Emile Durkheim
B. Max Weber
C. Hebert Spencer
D. Karl Marx
Who thought sociology was concerned
with actions and their consequences?
A. Herbert Spencer
B. Max Weber
C. Emile Durkheim
D. Jane Addams
Who was known for the founding of
Communism and Sociology?
A. Auguste Comte
B. Max Weber
C. Emile Durkheim
D. Karl Marx
Who was interested in groups and
survival of groups?
A. Emile Durkheim
B. Max Weber
C. Karl Marx
D. Auguste Comte
_________ is the ability to shift from
one perspective to another, in the
mind.
A. Sanctions
B. Conformity
C. Sociological Imagination
D. Ethnocentrism
A ______ is an informal more
characterized by following through
imitation and mild social pressure, but
not strictly enforced or put into law.
A. Folkway
B. More
C. Taboo
D. Norms
The spreading out of culture , culture
traits, or a cultural pattern from a
central point.
A. Cultural Diversity
B. Cultural Diffusion
C. Cultural Lag
D. Counterculture
Having different cultures respect each
other's differences.
A. Cultural Diffusion
B. Cultural Lag
C. Cultural Diversity
D. Counterculture
What is the slowness in change of
culture compared to another’s?
A. Cultural diversity
B. Cultural Diffusion
C. Counterculture
D. Cultural Lag
What is the culture and lifestyle of
those people, especially among the
young, who reject or oppose the
dominant values and behavior of
society.
A. Cultural Lag
B. Cultural Diversity
C. Counterculture
D. Cultural Diffusion
The process of learning to
participate in a group is called:
A) conformity
B) socialization
C) recidivism
D) symbolic interactionism
The components of culture
include:
A) norms, values, beliefs, & physical objects
B) folkways, mores, and laws
C) subculture, culture, and ethnocentrism
D) Peers, family, media, and school
____ is the perspective of
sociology that focuses on
competition and struggles
A) Functionalism
B) Recidivism
C) Conflict Theory
D) Symbolic Interactionism
______ is the father of sociology.
A) Emile Durkheim
B) Max Weber
C) Karl Marx
D) Auguste Comte
________ is a repetition of, or
return to criminal behavior.
A) Recidivism
B) Recriminalization
C) Incarceration
D) Sanction
The application of “survival of the
fittest” to society is called:
A) Conformity
B) Social Darwinism
C) Social Stratification
D) Social Aggregation
____ is the perspective of
sociology that focuses on
contributions made by each
member of society
A) Functionalism
B) Recidivism
C) Conflict Theory
D) Symbolic Interactionism
When a minority group is denied
equal access to the benefits of
society, _______ has occurred.
A) Subjugation
B) Racism
C) Meritocracy
D) Ethnocentrism
Not wearing shoes to school is an
example of a:
A) Folkway
B) More
C) Sanction
D) Law
A position that one occupies within
a social structure is called a:
A) structure
B) set
C) status
D) norm
____ is the perspective of
sociology that focuses on
interaction between people based
on language and signs
A) Functionalism
B) Recidivism
C) Conflict Theory
D) Symbolic Interactionism
The scientific study of population
is:
A) democracy
B) social movement
C) demography
D) population transfer
An unusual behavior pattern that
spreads rapidly but quickly
disappears is known as a:
A) Trend
B) Folkway
C) Fad
D) Social Category
The classification of people as male
or female based on BIOLOGICAL
features is known as:
A) Gender
B) Sex
C) Primary Groups
D) Secondary Groups
Rewards and punishments used to
encourage people to follow norms
are called:
A) Mores
B) Taboos
C) Values
D) Sanctions
Groups used for self-evaluation
and the formation of values and
norms are called:
A) Agents of Socialization
B) Reference Groups
C) Primary Groups
D) Secondary Groups
_______ was a social worker and
peace activist who created the Hull
House to help those in poverty in
the Chicago area.
A) Jane Addams
B) Emile Durkheim
C) W.E.B. DuBois
D) Karl Marx
______________ is the knowledge,
language, values, customs, and
material objects that are passed
from person to person and from
one generation to the next.
A) Society
B) Sociological Imagination
C) Norms
D) Culture
Jimmy cuts his hair into a mohawk.
Soon after, all the boys in his class
have done the same. This best
exemplifies:
A) counterculture
B) group recidivism
C) group conformity
D) sociological imagination
Goths, the KKK, and gangs are
considered _____ because they
deliberately oppose certain beliefs
of the main culture.
A) a Subculture
B) a Counterculture
C) a Material Culture
D) a Secondary Group
Edward is Canadian and believes
that the Canadian lifestyle and
culture is far superior to any other.
Edward’s viewpoints best
exemplify:
A) Egocentrism
B) Cultural Lag
C) Narcissism
D) Ethnocentrism
Mexican, Chinese, and Italian
restaurants in the U.S. best
exemplify the social phenomenon
known as:
A) Cultural Lag
B) Cultural Mobility
C) Conformity
D) Cultural Diffusion
Michael’s mother would be part of
his ____ while his lawyer would
most likely be part of his ____.
A) subculture; counterculture
B) secondary group, primary group
C) family; reference group
D) primary group; secondary group
In middle school, Susie wore pig-tails
and sweat pants. In high school, she
dressed in mostly jeans and t-shirts.
As an adult, Susie wears a suit to work.
Which concept is best exemplified in
this scenario?
A) Desocialization
B) Political Socialization
C) Resocialization
D) Meritocracy
Incest and cannibalism would be
considered to be examples of :
A) Mores
B) Genocide
C) Taboos
D) Folkways
Rules defining appropriate and
inappropriate behavior are called:
A) Rules
B) Norms
C) Sanctions
D) Regulations
When people surrender their old
norms, values, attitudes, and
behaviors, ______ has occurred.
A) Desocialization
B) Anticipatory Socialization
C) Resocialization
D) Meritocracy
What is not a component of culture?
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Norms
Values
Beliefs
Family
Physical Objects
A folkway is a norm that lacks ______
significance
•
•
•
•
A) moral
B) conformity
C) enforced
D) formal
T/F: Is a Folkway more of a preference
than a requirement?
• A) True
• B) False
How does cultural diversity arise
within a society?
•
•
•
•
A) Different people have different cultures
B) Different subcultures come to interact
C) People speak different languages
D) Some people look different than other
A ________ is a subgroup that
deliberately opposes certain major
beliefs or attitudes of the dominant
culture.
•
•
•
•
A) Society
B) Ideal Culture
C) More
D) Counterculture
Humans are born…
•
•
•
•
A) Having mores
B) with instincts
C) knowing how to speak a language
D) understanding cultural universals
What is not an example of a group?
•
•
•
•
A) School
B) Strangers
C) Work
D) Sports
Norms are…
•
•
•
•
A) Known when born
B) Taught when your born
C) Learned and accepted
D) Never learned
Who is Auguste Comp?
•
•
•
•
A) “Grandfather” of sociology”
B) Ruler of sociology
C) “Father of sociology”
D) Boss of sociology
What idea did Max Weber create?
•
•
•
•
A) Bourgeoisie
B) Social Darwinism
C) Verstehen
D) Social Behaviorism
What is sociology?
a. The study of groups
b. The study of people
c. The study of social studies
What part of sociology looks at
functions in society?
a. Functionalism
b. Conflict theory
c. Symbolic interactionism
What part of sociology looks at conflict
between members of society?
a. Functionalism
b. Conflict theory
c. Symbolic interactionism
What part of sociology looks at how
symbols are used to socialize people?
a. Functionalism
b. Conflict theory
c. Symbolic interactionism
Who coined the term sociology?
a. Max weber
b. Herbert spencer
c. Auguste Comte
Symbolic interactionism is most
related to what?
a. Symbols
b. Culture
c. Language
Laws are based off of the _____ in
society
a.
b.
c.
d.
Norms
Values
Folkways
Mores
Our norms come from our _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Values
Mores
Folkways
Laws
Something more severe than a more
is called a _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Value
Taboo
Folkway
Norm
When a criminal goes back to their
ways after jail its called _____.
a. Recidivism
b. Retribution
c. Rehabilitation
1. A collection of people who are in
the same place is:
a)
b)
c)
d)
A social category
A secondary group
A social movement
A social aggregate
• This is NOT an example of a minority:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Atheists
Homosexuals
Catholics
Asians
• _______are the characteristics
associated with either males or
females.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Gender
Sex
Demography
stereotype
• What is desocialization?
a) Radically changing a person’s
personality through a controlled
environment.
b) To enter into a new social environment.
c) To remove oneself from a traditional
social environment.
d) To conform to the standards of the
majority.
• A _________ is an administrative
system built upon an intelligence, skill,
and a achievement rather than wealth.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Reference group
meritocracy
democracy
totalitarianism
• The learning process by which norms
and values associated with a certain
with a well-running political system is:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Political socialization
resocialization
segregation
Social stratification
• Social stratification is:
a) The separate treatment of an individual
because of their affiliation with a certain
group.
b) The assimilation of one culture within
another
c) Conforming to the standards of the
majority.
d) Concepts of class primarily based upon
economic status
• This is an example of a primary group:
a)
b)
c)
d)
coworkers
Friends
Sports team
Classmates
• The movement from one social class or
economic status to another is:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Cultural pluralism
Social movement
Social mobility
Social stratification
• When a minority maintains their
specific cultural identities within a
majority, that is known as:
a)
b)
c)
d)
cultural pluralism
subjugation
Genocide
Anticipatory socialization
Primary Groups are characterized by
primary relationships that are….
a) Intimate, Personal
b) Fulfilling, Caring, Personal, Intimate
c) Your personality
d) Goal Fulfilling
What is The Function of Secondary
Groups?
•
•
•
•
A) Emotional Support
B) Conformity
C) Achieve the goal
D) Socilization
What is a stereotype?
•
•
•
•
A) Distorted image of a group
B) Negative Thought
C) Extreme prejudice that assumes superiority
D) Separation of groups
Which of the following is not an
example of social stratification?
•
•
•
•
A) Economic Resources
B) Power
C) Prestige
D) Wealth
What is Ageism?
• A) socially learned behavior associated with 2
sexes
• B) awareness of being masculine or feminine
based on culture
• C) set of beliefs, norms, and values used to
justify age based discrimination.
• D) None of the above
What is Gender?
• A) socially learned behavior associated with 2
sexes
• B) Biological difference between male and
female
• C) belief that your own culture is superior
than the other
• D) set of beliefs, norms, and values used to
justify age based discrimination
A group of people with physical or
cultural traits different from those of
the dominate group in the society is…
•
•
•
•
A) Gender
B) Sex
C) Minorities
D) Ageism
Deliberate and systematic effort to
exterminate an entire population is..
•
•
•
•
A) Accommodation
B) Genocide
C) Racism
D) Population Transfer
Segregation is…
•
•
•
•
A) crime motivated by prejudice
B) distorted image of a group
C) separation of groups
D) treating people differently
Cultural Pluralism (“Tossed Salad”) is…
• A) Voluntary blending of groups into one
culture
• B) Cultures exist side by side
• C)Minority maintains own unique way of life
• D)traditional American institutions preserved
What is Sociology?
A)The study of the brain
B) The study of the heart
C) The study of Society
D) The study of insects
What is Not a Norm?
A) Staring at someone for doing something bad.
B) Stopping at a Red light
C) Running a Red Light
Which of these is Not a symbol?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Nike swoosh
American flag
An apple
A teacher
What did Jane Addams do?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Founder of Hull house
Owned a factory
Sold horses
Studied mathematics
Who is Auguste Comte?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Founded sociology and Positivism
Founded Communism
Played the Flute
Founded Hull House
What did Herbert Spencer do?
A) Coined survival of the fittest
B) Disagreed with Darwinism
C) Founded negativism
D) Founded Hull House
What is culture
A)
B)
C)
D)
A set of shared teaspoons
A set of shared characteristics and beliefs
A saucer full of soup
A kangaroo who has hopped too much
What is Social Darwinism
A)
B)
C)
D)
Humans must rely on others for survival
Humans must rely on themselves for survival
Animals are all going to be extinct
Cats are evil
What is Sociology?
A)The study of the brain
B) The study of the heart
C) The study of Society
D) The study of insects
Which of these is Not a symbol?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Nike swoosh
American flag
An apple
A teacher
What did Jane Addams do?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Founder of Hull house
Owned a factory
Sold horses
Studied mathematics
Who is Auguste Comte?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Founded sociology and Positivism
Founded Communism
Played the Flute
Founded Hull House
What did Herbert Spencer do?
A) Coined survival of the fittest
B) Disagreed with Darwinism
C) Founded negativism
D) Founded Hull House
What is culture
A)
B)
C)
D)
A set of shared teaspoons
A set of shared characteristics and beliefs
A saucer full of soup
A kangaroo who has hopped too much
What is Social Darwinism
A)
B)
C)
D)
Humans must rely on others for survival
Humans must rely on themselves for survival
Animals are all going to be extinct
Cats are evil
Social Science
A) Study of animals
B) Study of Music
C) The study of anything outside of Natural
science
D) The study of human anatomy
What is a Fad?
• A: any form of behavior that develops
among a large population and is
collectively followed with enthusiasm for
some period
• B: A form of behavior that people do not
follow but shun instead
• C: any form of behavior that a small
population follows and never goes
mainstream
What is Genocide?
• A: Imprisonment of middle eastern people
• B: The killing of one person at a time over a
long period of time
• C: The systematic killing of a large group of
people based on religion, culture, or ethnicity
• D: The shunning of people of a different
religion other than ourselves
What is Social Mobility?
• A: When people move to a different house
from a rural area to a suburb
• B: The movement of people from one social or
economic class to another one
• C: Getting a new car
• The movement of birds from north to south
What are Minorities?
• A: groups of people who are the majority
• B: Different groups of people with less
population than the majority
• C: A type of dog
• D: People you wouldn’t talk to because they
differ from yourself
What is Meritocracy?
• A: When someone wins a medal in a track meet
• B: When someone is appointed based on
intelligence and performance on an intelligent
level
• C: When someone is committed of a crime and
must go to court
• D: When a person with low SAT score is deemed
smart because of poor performance
What is Political Socialization?
• A: the process by which political culture is
transmitted in a given society
• B: The process by which the president is demoted
and the vice president is promoted
• C: The process by which the political system is
corrupt based on rumors
• D: The process by which the political system is
not corrupt because no one talks to one another
What is Desocilization?
• A: to remove from a customary social
environment
• B: To remove from a friends group because
you are getting picked on
• C: To remove from a harmful social
environment
What is Resocialization
• A: is defined as radically changing an inmate’s
personality by carefully controlling the
environment
• B: Is defined as introducing your baby to a play
group
• C: Going out to lunch with your friends after
not talking for a week
What is a stereotype?
• A: Shunning someone based on their ethnicity,
religion, or just the way they look
• B: Welcoming someone because of their
ethnicity, religion, or the way they look
• C: Being nuetral towards someone but
generalizing them based on their ethnicity,
race, or the way they look
What is Social Stratification?
• A: is a concept of class, involving the
classification of persons into groups
• B: Is a concept of a class, involving
stereotyping persons into groups
• C: Is a concept of class, involving
discrimination of persons into groups
What is a Fad?
• A: any form of behavior that develops
among a large population and is
collectively followed with enthusiasm for
some period
• B: A form of behavior that people do not
follow but shun instead
• C: any form of behavior that a small
population follows and never goes
mainstream
What is Genocide?
• A: Imprisonment of middle eastern people
• B: The killing of one person at a time over a
long period of time
• C: The systematic killing of a large group of
people based on religion, culture, or ethnicity
• D: The shunning of people of a different
religion other than ourselves
What is Social Mobility?
• A: When people move to a different house
from a rural area to a suburb
• B: The movement of people from one social or
economic class to another one
• C: Getting a new car
• The movement of birds from north to south
What are Minorities?
• A: groups of people who are the majority
• B: Different groups of people with less
population than the majority
• C: A type of dog
• D: People you wouldn’t talk to because they
differ from yourself
What is Meritocracy?
• A: When someone wins a medal in a track meet
• B: When someone is appointed based on
intelligence and performance on an intelligent
level
• C: When someone is committed of a crime and
must go to court
• D: When a person with low SAT score is deemed
smart because of poor performance
What is Political Socialization?
• A: the process by which political culture is
transmitted in a given society
• B: The process by which the president is demoted
and the vice president is promoted
• C: The process by which the political system is
corrupt based on rumors
• D: The process by which the political system is
not corrupt because no one talks to one another
What is Desocilization?
• A: to remove from a customary social
environment
• B: To remove from a friends group because
you are getting picked on
• C: To remove from a harmful social
environment
What is Resocialization
• A: is defined as radically changing an inmate’s
personality by carefully controlling the
environment
• B: Is defined as introducing your baby to a play
group
• C: Going out to lunch with your friends after
not talking for a week
What is a stereotype?
• A: Shunning someone based on their ethnicity,
religion, or just the way they look
• B: Welcoming someone because of their
ethnicity, religion, or the way they look
• C: Being nuetral towards someone but
generalizing them based on their ethnicity,
race, or the way they look
What is Social Stratification?
• A: is a concept of class, involving the
classification of persons into groups
• B: Is a concept of a class, involving
stereotyping persons into groups
• C: Is a concept of class, involving
discrimination of persons into groups
What is the function of a
secondary group?
a. Emotional support
b. To achieve a goal
c. Conformity
d. Someone to hangout with
What is the scientific study of
population?
a. Genocide
b. Subjugation
c. Ethnocentrism
d. Demography
______ is the biological
differences between male and
female.
• A. sex
• B. gender
• C. race
• D. culture
A stereotype is a …
•
•
•
•
A. Negative thought about a group
B. extreme prejudice that assumes superiority
C. crime motivated by prejudice
D. distorted image of a group
What is the Melting Pot?
• A. blending of groups into one culture
• B. cultures exist side by side
• C. blending minority groups into dominant
society.
• D. separation of groups
What is a set of norms and values used
to justify age discrimination?
•
•
•
•
a. gender identity
B. ageism
C. racism
D. stereotype
What is a fad?
• A. fashion that becomes popular in a culture
quickly, remains popular, then loses
popularity.
• B. someone who shows what is popular
• C. trying to make something more popular
• D. fashion that loses popularity, then all of a
sudden comes back into style.
What is subjugation?
•
•
•
•
A. negative thoughts about a group
B. distorted image of a group
C. separation of groups
D. groups denied access to benefits in society
What happens during population
transfer?
•
•
•
•
A. Effort to destroy a whole population
B. minorities forced to relocate
C. when a whole population moves away
D. when a population maintains its own way
of life
What is the difference of de jure
segregation and de facto segregation?
•
•
•
•
A. de jure-by law & de facto-by custom
B. de jure-by custom & de facto-by law
C. they both mean the same thing
D. none of the above apply
What is Discrimination?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Motivation to extreme prejudice
Holding grudges
Acts of treating people unfair
Biological distinction
People who share only part of their
lives while focusing on a goal or task
are?
A. Secondary group
B. Primary relationships
C. Primary group
D. Secondary relationships
What is a primary group?
A. Emotionally close people who know each
other well
B. Impersonal interactions involving limited
personalities
C. School friends
D. Having more than one goal
Social category is known as people
who share social characteristics?
A. False
B. True
What is social stratification?
A. Ability to control the behavior of others even
against their will
B. Layers of people who poses unequal share of
resources
C. Inheriting characteristics
D. Minorities blending together
Moving from one place to another is
known as social mobility ?
A. True
B. False
What is subjugation?
A. most common pattern of conflict
B. Denying equal access to culture
C. Respecting social positions
D. Extreme culture pluralism
Ideas based on distortion exaggeration
is known as stereotype.
A. True
B. False
People that witness a train accident
may be made up as _______
aggregate?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Reference
Secondary
Social
Cooperation
What is genocide ?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Killing someone you don’t like
Destroying environments
Killing a whole population
Discrimination against people
What are broad ideas about what is
good or desirable shared by people in
a society?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Values
Mores
Folkways
Norms
What is a repetition of or return to
criminal behavior?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Ethnocentrism
Counterculture
Conflict Theory
Recidivism
What is the ability to see the link
between society and self?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Sociological Imagination
Symbolic Interactionism
Recidivism
Ethnocentrism
Sociology is the study of…
A.
B.
C.
D.
Social structure
Self issues
The economy
Animals
What is a rule of behavior, a violation
that requires a strong punishment?
A.
B.
C.
D.
More
Taboo
Folkway
Sanction
What would not be an example of a
symbol?
A.
B.
C.
D.
A religious cross
The American flag
A computer
A Christmas tree
What is behavior that matches group
expectations?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Cultural lag
Culture
More
Conformity
What would be an example of a norm?
A. Flying a kite in school
B. Standing up all class period
C. Doing your homework
D. Running a stoplight
What is an example of a sanction?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Getting a speeding ticket
Getting away with running a stoplight
Not getting in trouble for cheating on a test
Stealing without being reprimanded
What is ethnocentrism?
A. Judging one in terms of one’s own cultural
standards.
B. Accepting others different from you.
C. Racism.
D. Being culturally diverse.
True or False:
Ethnocentrism is making value judgments about
another culture from perspectives of one's own
cultural system
Jane Addams was a pioneer settlement worker,
founder of
in Chicago, public
philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in
woman suffrage and world peace.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Full House
Hull House
Fun House
Clown House
True or False:
A taboo is a strong social acceptance relating to
any area of human activity or social custom that
is sacred and or forbidden based on moral
judgment, religious beliefs and or scientific
consensus.
Folkways:
A) Are not followed through imitation
B) Are followed through imitation
C) Are followed through imitation but not
necessarily enforced by the law
D) Are not followed through imitation and
enforced by the law
True or False:
Mores, in sociology, are any given society's
particular norms, virtues, or values
Functionalism:
A) Has to do with how symbols interact in our
culture
B) Is the study of functions in mathematics
C) Has to do with success and power
D) Addresses society as a whole in terms of the
function of its constituent elements; namely
norms, customs, traditions and institutions.
True or False:
Conflict theories are perspectives in social
science that emphasize the social, political or
material inequality of a social group
True or False:
Symbols are cultural representations of reality.
Every culture has its own set of symbols
associated with different experiences and
perceptions.
What is the purpose of a symbol?
A.) Express emotions
B.) Express an object
C.) Express an idea
D.) All of the above
What is a norm?
A.) Something that is perceived as weird or
abnormal
B.) Something that is perceived as normal or
routine that wouldn’t be noticed unless it’s
broken
C.) Something normal that sticks out of the
ordinary
D.) A routine everybody follows
Why are values important?
A.) They help people make decisions about what
groceries to get
B.) They make people not want to go to jail
C.) They establish family rules
D.) They give people a moral stance on certain
situations, and give a general sense of right and
wrong
How is cultural diversity beneficial?
A.) It can lead to the adaption of other cultural
practices in your own
B.) In can lead to conflict between two parties
C.) It gives people the chance to make more
money
D.) None of the above
What term means receding back to
negative behavior?
A.) Counterculture
B.) Desocialization
C.) Recidivism
D.) Relapse
Which choice is a functionalist
perspective?
A.) Students compete for better grades to get
better jobs.
B.) The teacher is the authority figure while the
student is the apprentice.
C.) The teacher’s role in society is to pass on
their knowledge to children, who in turn apply
that knowledge and continue to pass it on.
D.) All of the above
What is used to enforce a norm?
A.) Name-Calling
B.) Law
C.) Staring
D.) All of the above
Which is considered taboo?
A.) Sliding down a railing
B.) Smoking cigarettes before choir practice
C.) Jaywalking
D.) Getting in a fight
What does sociology study?
A.) Groups of people as a whole
B.) Individual people
C.) Both A and B
D.) None of the above
What kind of sanction might you
receive for running a stop sign?
A.) Informal sanction
B.) No sanction
C.) Staring
D.) Formal sanction
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