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1. The scientific study of social behavior and human groups

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1. The scientific study of social behavior and human groups is known as:
A. psychology.
B. political science.
C. anthropology.
D. sociology.
2. The awareness that allows people to comprehend the link between their immediate, personal social settings and the remote, impersonal social world is called:
A. the sociological imagination.
B. anthropology.
C. a theory.
D. Verstehen.

3. Anomie refers to:
A. a model that serves as a measuring rod against which actual cases can be evaluated.
B. a loss of direction that is felt in a society when social control of individual behavior has become ineffective.
C. a classification scheme containing two or more categories.
D. a type of suicide that is based on depression.
4. The word that Max Weber used to stress the need for sociologists to take into account people's emotions, thoughts, beliefs, understandings, and attitudes was:
A. verstehen.
B. Gemeinschaft.
C. anomie.
D. Gesellschaft.
5. A construct or model that serves as a measuring rod against which actual cases can be evaluated is called a (an):
A. ideal type.
B. typology.
C. natural science.
D. theory.

6. Sociological studies that focus on large-scale phenomena or entire civilizations are defined as:
A. microsociology.
B. interactionism.
C. macrosociology.
D. dramaturgy.
7. A sociologist studies drug-use patterns among small groups of college students in a Midwestern college. This would be an example of:
A. conflict theory.
B. functionalism.
C. macrosociology.
D. microsociology.

8. Inequality, capitalism, and stratification are key concepts of which theoretical perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. both functionalist perspective and conflict perspective
9. A sociologist observing behavior at a college football game would probably focus on:
A. what books the coach of the team has read during the past year.
B. a "fan" who has fallen asleep during the game's fourth quarter.
C. the interaction among fans during the pre-game ritual of tailgate parties.
D. the cleanliness of the rest room facilities in the stadium.

10. Which of the following terms is used to describe a systematic, organized series of steps that ensures maximum objectivity and consistency in researching a problem?
A. scientific method
B. social science
C. experiment
D. value neutrality

11. A speculative statement about the relationship between two or more variables is known as a:
A. correlation.
B. hypothesis.
C. sample.
D. research design.

12. Social scientists call the variable that is hypothesized to cause or influence another variable a (an):
A. independent variable.
B. dependent variable.
C. spurious variable.
D. operational variable.
13. In which type of sample does each member of the entire population being studied have the same chance of being selected?
A. random sample
B. quota sample
C. index sample
D. Roper sample

14. When a researcher collects information about a group through direct involvement and inspection, this is known as:
A. a survey.
B. observation.
C. secondary analysis.
D. an experiment.
15. Income, religion, race, gender, and marital status can all be examples of:
A. indexes.
B. scales.
C. variables.
D. operational definitions.

16. The totality of learned, socially transmitted customs, knowledge, material objects, and behavior is known as:
A. culture.
B. society.
C. socialization.
D. social structure.
17. Norms that are generally understood but not precisely recorded are known as:
A. mores.
B. sanctions.
C. informal norms.
D. formal norms.
18. Collective conceptions of what is considered good, desirable, and proper (or bad, undesirable, and improper) are known as:
A. values.
B. folkways.
C. mores.
D. sanctions.
19. A subculture is:
A. a segment of society that shares a distinctive pattern of mores, folkways, and values that differs from the larger group.
B. a large number of people who live in the same territory, are relatively independent of people outside it, and participate in a common culture.
C. the totality of learned, socially transmitted behavior.
D. specialized language that is used by members of a group.
20. Culture shock is:
A. the act of viewing people's behavior from the perspective of one's own culture.
B. the feeling of surprise that is experienced when people witness cultural practices different from their own.
C. being unaware of the existence of other cultures.
D. a set of beliefs and practices that helps to maintain powerful social, economic, and political interests.

21. The tendency to assume that one's own culture and way of life represent the norm or are superior to all others is called:
A. culture shock.
B. cultural relativism.
C. ethnocentrism.
D. value stability.
22. A society:
A. is a dependent group that owes allegiance to a larger group.
B. is the largest form of human group.
C. contains several different cultures.
D. contains one subculture and many cultures.

23. An example of a positive, formal sanction is a:
A. salary bonus.
B. demotion.
C. smile.
D. frown.

24. Which of the following is an example of a society?
A. an Amish community in Pennsylvania
B. the state of Alaska
C. a British rugby team
D. a small tribe on a remote South Pacific island
25. A basketball arena, an airliner, a slice of pizza, and a television set would all be considered examples of:
A. xenocentrism.
B. nonmaterial culture.
C. material culture.
D. argot.
26. In the study of language, which sociological perspective suggests that gender-related language reflects the traditional acceptance of men and women into certain occupations?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

27. In the United States, professional gamblers, Armenian Americans, teenagers, and nudists are all examples of:
A. cultures.
B. countercultures.
C. subcultures.
D. contracultures.
28. Socialization is the process:
A. of mentally assuming the perspective of another.
B. of discarding former behavior patterns and accepting new ones as part of a transition in one's life.
C. whereby people learn the attitudes, values, and actions appropriate to individuals as members of a particular culture.
D. whereby people normally being socialized are at the same time socializing their socializers.

29. Which term is used to refer to a person's typical patterns of attitudes, needs, characteristics, and behavior?
A. personality
B. social promotion
C. socialization
D. human nature

30. The self is the:
A. distinct identity that sets us apart from others.
B. child's awareness of the attitudes, viewpoints, and expectations of society as a whole.
C. child's awareness of the attitudes, viewpoints, and expectations of the people who are most important in his or her life.
D. person's typical patterns of attitudes, needs, characteristics, and behavior.
31. The looking-glass self is the:
A. sum total of a person's conscious perception of his or her identity as distinct from others.
B. child's awareness of the attitudes, viewpoints, and expectations of society as a whole.
C. phrase used by Charles Horton Cooley to emphasize that the self is the product of our social interactions with others.
D. person's typical patterns of attitudes, needs, characteristics, and behavior.

32. Gestures, objects, and words that form the basis of human communication are known as:
A. folkways.
B. norms.
C. rites of passage.
D. symbols.
33. The term significant others is:
A. Charles Horton Cooley's term for the child's awareness of the attitudes, viewpoints, and expectations of society as a whole.
B. George Herbert Mead's term for altering the presentation of the self in order to create distinctive appearances and satisfy particular audiences.
C. George Herbert Mead's term for those individuals who are most important in the development of the self.
D. George Herbert Mead's term for the sum total of a person's conscious perception of her identity as distinct from others.

34. The dramaturgical approach is:
A. a view of social interaction in which people are seen as theatrical performers.
B. a framework developed by George Herbert Mead.
C. a phrase used to emphasize that the self is the product of our social interaction with others.
D. the process of discarding former behavior patterns and accepting new ones as part of a transition in one's life.
35. Which of the following terms refers to the process of discarding former behavior patterns and accepting new ones as part of a transition in one's life?
A. role divestment
B. resocialization
C. desocialization
D. anticipatory socialization

36. Gender roles are:
A. expectations regarding the proper behavior, attitudes, and activities of males and females.
B. the biologically determined patterns of behavior that are appropriate for males and females.
C. universally consistent learned behaviors of males and females.
D. the biological characteristics of males and females (e.g., genital organs, hormones, body hair).
37. A teacher plans a trip to the theater for a junior high school class. As part of the preparation, the teacher tells students how they should dress and how they will be expected to act inside the theater. This is an example of:
A. the dramaturgical approach.
B. social promotion.
C. socialization.
D. role taking.
38. Which of the following is the best example of a significant other?
A. a casual acquaintance
B. a clerk in a department store
C. a parent
D. someone you met at a party last night

39. A child spends a lot of time putting objects into his mouth and touching everything in sight. This child is probably in which stage of development, according to Jean Piaget?
A. concrete operational
B. sensorimotor
C. formal operational
D. preoperational
40. A retirement party, a high-school graduation party, and a confirmation party are all examples of:
A. role taking.
B. impression management.
C. rites of passage.
D. face-work.

41. Social interaction is:
A. the process of learning norms, values, beliefs, and other requirements for effective participation in social groups.
B. the way in which a society is organized into predictable relationships.
C. the ways in which people respond to one another.
D. a series of relationships linking a person directly to others and therefore indirectly to still more people.

42. Which of the following terms refers to the way in which a society is organized into predictable relationships?
A. socialization
B. social structure
C. social interaction
D. culture
43. Which term is used by sociologists to refer to any of the full range of socially defined positions within a large group or society?
A. status
B. culture
C. social structure
D. Gemeinschaft

44. An achieved status is a social position:
A. attained by a person largely through his or her own efforts.
B. "assigned" to a person by society without regard for the person's unique talents or characteristics.
C. assigned to an individual at birth.
D. given to an individual based upon his or her age, race, or gender.
45. Which term is used by sociologists to refer to a set of expectations for people who occupy a given social position or status?
A. social role
B. structural role
C. achieved role
D. ascribed role

46. Which term is used to refer to incompatible expectations that arise when the same person holds two or more social positions?
A. role strain
B. role conflict
C. role ambiguity
D. role exit
47. A (an) __________ is any number of people with similar norms, values, and expectations who regularly and consciously interact.
A. group
B. negotiation team
C. organic solidarity
D. aggregate

48. A primary group is a small group that is:
A. characterized by impersonality, with little intimacy or mutual understanding.
B. characterized by intimate, face-to-face association and cooperation.
C. used as a standard for evaluating oneself and one's behavior.
D. characterized by impersonality and face-to-face associations.
49. Ferdinand Tönnies used the term __________ to refer to communities that are large, impersonal, and often urban, with little consensus concerning values or commitment to the group.
A. Gemeinschaft
B. Gesellschaft
C. mechanical solidarity
D. organic solidarity

50. A construct or model that serves as a measuring rod against which specific cases can be evaluated is called a (an):
A. coalition.
B. ideal type.
C. metaphor.
D. questionnaire.
51. Bureaucratization is:
A. an element or process of society that may disrupt a social system or lead to a decrease in stability.
B. organized patterns of beliefs and behavior centered on basic social needs.
C. the process by which a group, organization, or social movement becomes increasingly bureaucratic.
D. the process through which an organization identifies an entirely new objective because its traditional goals have been either realized or denied.

52. The analysis of how the "definition of the situation" can mold the thinking and personality of the individual is associated with the:
A. functionalist perspective.
B. conflict perspective.
C. interactionist perspective.
D. feminist perspective.
53. William I. Thomas notes that people respond not only to the objective features of a person or situation but also to the meaning that the person or situation has for them. This view represents which sociological perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
54. Which sociological perspective(s) is (are) especially interested in ascribed statuses, because they often confer privileges or reflect a person's membership in a subordinate group?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective

55. Which sociological perspective emphasizes that social roles contribute to a society's stability by enabling members to anticipate the behavior of others and to pattern their own actions accordingly?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
56. In forming a sense of ourselves, we imagine how we appear to others and how others perceive us, and finally we develop a feeling about ourselves as a result of these impressions. This sociological approach to the development of a self represents the views of which sociological perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

57. The statement "African American parents have learned that children as young as two years can absorb negative messages about Blacks in children's books, toys, and television shows" most likely supports the views of which sociological perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective
58. Which sociological perspective emphasizes that schools in the United States foster competition through built-in systems of rewards and punishments?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective
59. As primary agents of childhood socialization, schools play a critical role in teaching children the values and customs of the larger society. This view of the socialization process is most likely of particular interest to which sociological perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective

60. Which sociological perspective would likely contend that the role of the mass media is to provide socialization, enforce social norms through public events, and create social stability and cohesion through collective experiences?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
61. Which sociological perspective would be most likely to focus on the functions of the mass media in conferring status on people, organizations, and public issues?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

62. Which sociological perspective(s) would be most likely to emphasize that the mass media exacerbate many divisions in our society, including those based on gender, race, ethnicity, and social class?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict and feminist perspectives
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective
63. Which sociological perspective(s) would be most likely to focus on gatekeeping as a process that reflects a desire to maximize profits by those with power and authority?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective
64. Which sociological perspective(s) would be most likely to support the idea that a dominant ideology is created through media images and is used to construct a reality based on protecting the interests of the powerful?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective
65. Which sociological perspective is most likely to be concerned with television distorting gender roles and stereotyping, often rooted in the media's willingness to promote more traditional views?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

66. Which sociological perspective is more likely to study the media's influence on society from the micro level to determine how social behavior is shaped?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
67. The function of media advertising is to support the economy, provide information about products, and underwrite media costs associated with:
A. conferment of status.
B. promotion of consumption.
C. enforcement of social norms.
D. surveillance of the social environment.

68. The process by which a relatively small number of people control what eventually reaches the audience is referred to as:
A. the dominant ideology.
B. gatekeeping.
C. the surveillance function.
D. the narcotizing dysfunction.
69. What is the term used to describe the set of cultural beliefs and practices that helps to maintain powerful social, economic, and political interests?
A. gatekeeping
B. the surveillance function
C. the narcotizing dysfunction
D. the dominant ideology

70. The creation of unreliable generalizations that distort the reality of persons, groups, and cultures is indicative of:
A. posture enabling.
B. the surveillance function.
C. the narcotizing dysfunction.
D. stereotyping.
71. A dysfunction of media promotion of product consumption would be:
A. creating realistic behavior.
B. raising unrealistic expectations.
C. notifying consumers of sales events.
D. increasing awareness of environmental issues.

72. Which of the following terms refers to the phenomenon whereby massive amounts of coverage result in the audience becoming numb and failing to act on the information regardless how compelling the issue presented?
A. narcotizing dysfunction
B. surveillance function
C. gatekeeping
D. reality phenomenon
73. Which sociological perspective emphasizes that societies literally could not operate if massive numbers of people defied standards of appropriate conduct?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. labeling perspective

74. Which sociological perspective would most likely be concerned with the association between the use of surveillance techniques as a means of social control and the power of an authoritarian government?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
75. Which sociological perspective would most likely be concerned with the stigmatizing nature of formal social controls that require convicted sex-offenders to register with police agencies and have their pictures published in newspapers to make their identities publicly known?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective

76. "Deviance defines the limits of proper behavior." This statement represents the view of which sociological perspective?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
77. Which sociological perspective's approach to deviance focuses on why rule violation continues to exist in societies despite pressures to conform and obey?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

78. Which sociological perspective is reflected through the crime explanations offered by both cultural transmission and routine activities theory?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
79. An important tenet of labeling theory is the recognition that some individuals or groups have the power to define labels and apply them to others. This view shares the emphasis on the social significance of power as purported by the:
A. functionalist perspective.
B. conflict perspective.
C. interactionist perspective.
D. global perspective.

80. The term social control refers to:
A. justifications for deviant behavior.
B. penalties and rewards for conduct concerning a social norm.
C. techniques and strategies for preventing deviant human behavior in any society.
D. behavior that violates the norms of a group.
81. Sanctions are defined as:
A. penalties and rewards for conduct concerning a social norm.
B. justifications for deviant behavior.
C. rules made by a government.
D. a loss of direction when the social control of individual behavior has become ineffective.

82. Which of the following terms refers to going along with one's peers (individuals of a person's own status who have no special right to direct that person's behavior)?
A. labeling
B. conformity
C. deviance
D. obedience
83. Social control carried out casually by people through such means as laughter, smiles, and ridicule is known as:
A. neutralization.
B. conformity.
C. informal social control.
D. formal social control.
84. Social control carried out by authorized agents—such as police officers, judges, school administrators, and employers—is called:
A. neutralization.
B. conformity.
C. informal social control.
D. formal social control.

85. Which of the following theories offers a view of conformity and deviance that suggests that our connection to members of society leads us to conform systematically to society's norms?
A. anomie theory of deviance
B. labeling theory
C. control theory
D. theory of differential association
86. Deviance is behavior that:
A. always violates the laws of a society.
B. is always illegal.
C. violates the standards of conduct or expectations of a group or society.
D. is always anomic.

87. Which term is used in the sociological literature to describe a loss of direction felt in a society when social control of individual behavior has become ineffective?
A. anomie
B. neutralization
C. cultural transmission
D. disobedience

88. The societal-reaction approach is also known as:
A. the human relations approach.
B. the anomie theory of deviance.
C. labeling theory.
D. the dramaturgical approach.
89. Which theory was used by Edwin Sutherland to emphasize that criminal behavior is learned through social interactions with others?
A. labeling theory
B. cultural transmission
C. societal-reaction approach
D. techniques of neutralization

90. A condition in which members of a society have different amounts of wealth, prestige, or power is called:
A. socialization.
B. status.
C. social structure.
D. social inequality.
91. Which of the following terms is used by sociologists to refer to a structured ranking of groups of people that perpetuates unequal economic rewards and power in society?
A. social mobility
B. stratification
C. hypergamy
D. status

92. Achieved status is a social position:
A. attained by a person largely through his or her own efforts.
B. assigned to a person by peers, without regard to the person's unique talents or characteristics.
C. assigned to an individual at birth.
D. given to an individual based upon his or her age, race, or gender.
93. Which of the following terms is used to refer to hereditary systems of rank that are relatively fixed, immobile, and generally religiously dictated?
A. tenure
B. slavery
C. castes
D. feudalism
94. Which term is used by Karl Marx to refer to the capitalist class, which owns the means of production?
A. bourgeoisie
B. proletariat
C. peasantry
D. oligarchy

95. Karl Marx used the term proletariat to refer to:
A. the capitalist class.
B. the owners of the means of production.
C. the working class.
D. the middle class.
96. Max Weber defined __________ as the ability to exercise one's will over others.
A. control
B. status
C. class
D. power

97. Which sociological perspective would be most likely to argue that most talented people would not go to school for many years to become biochemists if they could make as much money and gain as much respect working as elevator operators?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
98. Which sociological perspective argues that competition for scarce resources results in significant political, economic, and social inequality?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective

99. Which sociological perspective would be most likely to emphasize that a person's health and educational opportunities are affected by his or her class position in important ways?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. global perspective

100. Which sociological perspective would be most likely to suggest that studies of social class have tended to neglect the occupations and incomes of women as determinants of social rank, thereby elevating the status of males?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. feminist perspective
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