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Sociology 1020 Study Guide - Conflict Theories, The Sociological Imagination, Mikhail Bakhtin

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SOC 1020
Kim Luton

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Questions - SOC 1020/1021 Review
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1) The type of suicide that men, Protestants, older people, and single people are more likely to
commit because of their possible lack of social ties is:
a) alienated suicide
b) anomic suicide
c) altruistic suicide
d) egoistic suicide
e) fatalistic suicide
2) Who is credited as the founder of sociology?
a) Weber
b) Durkheim
c) Comte
d) Marx
e) Bauman
3) Which theorist(s) believed that the protestant work ethic contributed to the formation of the
economic institution?
a) Marx
b) Durkheim
c) Comte and Weber
d) Habermas
e) None of the above
4) The ______________ perspective sees role differentiation between males and females as
necessary and positive:
a) symbolic interactionist
b) functionalist
c) Marxist
d) Weberian
e) Sociological
5) Ethnocentrism refers to:
a) structuralism but not functionalism
b) the tendency to see your own culture as being „better‟ than other cultures
c) the tendency to assume that what is true of your culture is also true of other cultures
d) inclusive fitness
e) both b and c
6) The major distinction between folkways and mores is:

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a) in the nature of the reaction that violation of the norm produces and in the content of the rule
b) not in the nature of the reaction that violation of the norm produces but in the content of the
c) in the nature of the reaction that violation of the norm produces and not in the content
of the rule
d) in neither the reaction nor the content
e) none of the above
7) Androcentrism refers to:
a) the dominance of females over males
b) the dominance of one culture over another culture
c) male-centredness
d) male violence
e) none of the above
8) Expressive exchanges in a marriage refers to:
a) the emotional dimension of a marriage
b) love and companionship between partners
c) earning a living and maintaining a household
d) a and b
e) all of the above
9) Homogamy refers to:
a) an individual‟s sexual orientation
b) an individual‟s educational attainment
c) the idea that people marry others like themselves
d) the idea that people marry others that are not like themselves
e) b and d
10) Which of the following theorists discussed collective effervescence when examining
a) Marx
b) Weber
c) Durkheim
d) Comte
e) c and d
11) The concept of stigma refers to:
a) a behavior that deemed to be abnormal
b) labelling theory
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