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3. (TCO 3, 7) Which of the following is an example of serial monogamy? (Points : 5) Dave is married to Sheila, but they get divorced and he then marries Marlene. After they get divorced, he marries Janet, and when she dies, he marries Lorraine. Maria is married to Juan. Juan dies and Maria marries Carlos. Steve shares an apartment with Bonnie for five years, while also dating Joan and Karen. both A and B4. (TCO 5) Sociologists argue that this, which refers to the physical separation of groups of people, directly limits people's economic opportunity: (Points : 5) residential segregation. pluralism. racial profiling. amalgamation.5. (TCO 8, 9) Social movements: (Points : 5) have had a dramatic impact on history and social change in many nations. contribute to the formation of public opinion. are increasingly taking on an international dimension. All of the above6. (TCO 5, 6) In sociological terms, members of a minority group: (Points : 5) experience unequal treatment. are outnumbered by the dominant group. speak a different language than the dominant group. are members of a different religious group than the dominant group.7. (TCO 5, 6) A Colombian woman and an Italian man, working together as members of a construction crew, overcome their initial prejudices and come to appreciate each other's talents and strengths. This is an example of: (Points : 5) the self-fulfilling prophecy. the contact hypothesis. exploitation theory. amalgamation.8. (TCO 3) A woman works as a college professor teaching applied sociology for 25 years and decides to retire and work full-time as a marriage and family therapist. This is an illustration of which type of social mobility? (Points : 5) Intergenerational mobility Intragenerational mobility Horizontal mobility Vertical mobility9. (TCO 3) Which of the following did Max Weber suggests were key components of stratification? (Points : 5) Conformity, deviance, and social control Class, caste, and age Class, prestige, and esteem Class, status, and power10. (TCO 3) Which theorist argued that the degree of social and economic inequality in contemporary society far exceeds what is needed to provide for goods and services? (Points : 5) Max Weber Karl Marx Thorstein Veblen Gerhard Lenski, Jr.11. (TCO 3, 7) Which sociological perspective would suggest that teaching of creationism and social integration of sacred and profane traditions helps to transmit the dominant culture and encourage social cohesion? (Points : 5) Functionalist perspective Conflict perspective Interactionist perspective Global perspective12. (TCO 2) The statement, "Working mothers are more likely to have delinquent children than are mothers who do not work outside the home," is an example of: (Points : 5) causal logic. a correlation. an independent variable. a hypothesis.13. (TCO 2) Continuing dependence of former colonies on foreign countries refers to: (Points : 5) colonialism. neocolonialism. dependency theory. global inequality.14. (TCO 8, 9) This approach to health and illness focuses on inequities in access to and delivery of healthcare. (Points : 5) Functionalist approach Conflict approach Interactionist approach Labeling approach15. (TCO 4) According to this theory, our connection to other members of society leads us to conform to society's norms and rules. (Points : 5) Social disorganization theory Anomie theory Conflict theory Control theory