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SOCA01H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: L30, Social Mobility, Organized Crime


Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA01H3
Professor
Malcolm Mac Kinnon
Study Guide
Final

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MATCHING
This is a MATCHING exercise in which concepts are listed down the left-hand side of the page and
scrambled definitions down the right-hand side. The purpose is to match EACH scrambled definition with
EACH CORRECT concept. To do so, simply write the NUMBER of the definition you select beside the
appropriate concept on ANSWER SHEET A.
MICHELS 1. An oath of silence taken by mob members.
LEGAL MONOPOLY 2. The Rich get Richer and the Poor Get Prison.
SOCIAL SLIDERS 3. Information is now sent independently of the movement of
people.
STATUS AND RANK 4. The iron law of oligarchy.
REPLACEABILITY 5. It’s part of civil society.
J. REIMAN 6. Organized crime is bureaucratically organized.
LEGITIMACY 7. Skilled tradesman and electrician.
PLURALIST THEORY 8. People are not defined as deviant unless caught and
convicted.
MASS MEDIA 9. Physicians use this as a form of power.
DULL CONTINUITY 10. Panopticon or electronic surveillance is part of this.
AMELIA EARHART 11. Some justify the functional importance of occupations on
this score.
MORSE CODE 12. Biological explanations of crime are relevant here.
FREE TRADE 13. Downward intergenerational mobility.
LEAN PRODUCTION 14. When power is transformed into authority.
ARGOT 15. Dismantling tariff barriers among nations.
OMERTA 16. Aviatrix and global pioneer.
DURKHEIM 17. No one social group is in charge of the state.
LABELING 18. Tradition has been referred to in this way.
MESOMORPH 19. A specialized language that only insiders understand.
CHAIN OF COMMAND 20. In some ways, crime is functional for society.
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