SOCI 1016 Study Guide - Final Guide: Marxist Feminism, False Consciousness, Feminist Theory

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1) The ________ perspective emphasizes the influence of the social context on people's
behaviour.
b. Sociological
2) How do the social sciences differ significantly from the natural sciences?
d. The social sciences study how the human world, unlike nature, is created and recreated
by humans.
3) Which of the following social sciences is concerned with the history of human society,
with a focus on migration, the development of tools, kinship and value systems, and
social relationships?
c. Anthropology
4) Which element did Enlightenment thinkers believe would play a crucial role in
b. Ideas of reason and rationality
5) What did C. Wright Mills believe was an important goal for American sociology?
e. Using sociology to promote social reform
6) _________was a leading Canadian sociologist at the University of Toronto. He is best
known for his theory of staples trade and how it created the conditions for a particular
form of Canadian economic development.
b. Harold Innis
7) ______theo agues that oe’s plae i the apitalist eoo allos e to
ojetif ad eploit the. The solutio to oe’s eploitatio lies i the eliiatio
of false consciousness and revolutionary change in the world economy.
d. Marxist feminist
8) The sociological perspective stresses:
e. social contexts of action
9) When sociologists group people into categories based on their age, gender, educational
level, job, and income, they are trying to determine their:
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d. social location.
10) It is evident, from the labels on our clothes to the components in our cars and
instantaneous communications, that our world is becoming a ________ village.
c. global
11) Mary is employed by a Member of Parliament whom has asked Mary to determine
the age groups in her riding that are most likely to vote in the upcoming election. Mary is
most likely to contact a[n] ________ to acquire this information.
d. political scientist
12) Gerald is the personal director for a large corporation. He has decided to give
pospetie eploees a test that ill easue eah peso’s eotioal skills. To auie
this test, Gerald is likely to call a[n]:
a. Psychologist.
13) Sociologists look for patterns, recurring characteristics or events, in their data to
achieve the goal of:
c. generalization.
14) The ________ was one of the three factors that contributed to the emergence of
sociology as a discipline.
b. Industrial Revolution
15) ________ was the first person to propose that positivism be applied to the study of
social life.
b. Auguste Comte
16) Sociology emerged around the ________ century when European social observers
b. middle of the nineteenth
17) Karl Marx referred to the controlling class of capitalists who own the means to
produce wealth, capital, land, factories, and machines as the:
b. Bourgeoisie.
18) Tom works on the assembly line at the local automobile factory. Karl Marx would
consider Tom to be a ________ because he does not own the factory.
a. Proletariat
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