SOCI 200 Exam 2

SOCI 200 Exam 2 Liberty University

  1. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, which country values paternalism (or materialism)?
  2. ________ is the act of judging a culture by its own standards.
  3. ________ is the imposition of one culture upon another through mass media and consumer product dominance.
  4. This term refers to the social position that an individual occupies at work, at home, in school, and with friends.
  5. Conventional humor is what people expect to happen or to hear in a regular or expected situation.
  6. This sociologist coined the term “master status.”
  7. ________ ________ ________ include (a) personal control over the environment, (b) change is good, (c) time and its control is important, (d) equality and egalitarianism, (e) individualism and privacy, (f) self-help, (g) competition and free enterprise, (h) future orientation, (i) action or work orientation, (j) informality, (k) directness or honesty, (l) practicality and efficiency, and (m) materialism and acquisitiveness.
  8. Sociologists of religion rely on ________ and ________ data.
  9. This term was coined by sociologist Harold Garfinkel and explains how humor is constructed by playing upon everyday rules of interaction.
  10. Agency is a human trait that gives all men and all women the right to choose as they will, regardless of consequences and common sense.
  11. Most non-western cultures consider the practice of homosexuality to be an anomaly and one to be avoided because:
  12. ________ is the totality of human shared language, knowledge, material objects, and behavior.
  13. ________ occurs when different groups share material and nonmaterial culture with each other.
  14. ________ provides self-centeredness, which typically leads to depression, desperation, and dilemma.
  15. This occurs when individuals or groups fight within agreed-upon rules such as the stock market.
  16. In America, a business is a primary group of people who form a cooperative economic unit.
  17. Which is the highest, most selfless form of all loves?
  18. ________ deals with how people act when they think no one is looking.
  19. The ________  ________ refers to other ways of using material objects, and also to human customs, ideas, expressions, beliefs, knowledge, philosophies, ways of communication, and so on.
  20. Cultural wars result when the ideal (norms and values aspired to) do not match up with the real (norms and values actually practiced.)
  21. The ________ carries an absoluteness and easy verifiability.
  22. The ________ ________ is a network of parents, children, and relatives that a family social structure comes into contact with occasionally.
  23. Greater social power and access to personal resources gained through the empowerment of women during the sexual revolution has led to the dramatic changes in female marital age.
  24. ________ ________ occurs when an individual experiences personal disorientation as a result of experiencing an unfamiliar way of life.
  25. ________ are anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people who share a culture.
  26. What are the four main methods of scholarly, scientific study?
  27. Homosexuality refers to people who are sexually attracted to members of their own sex.
  28. The extraordinary plan of God is made manifest both in heaven and on earth through ________.
  29. Match the following terms with their appropriate definitions.
  30. This sociologist suggests that human interaction is comparable to the role of actors in a theater.
  31. This occurs when incompatible expectations arise from two or more social positions held by the same person.
  32. When conducting an interview, auto shop manager Stephen Konyndyk looks for:
  33. Which denomination has the highest divorce rate in America?
  34. This term refers to the social position that dominates all other status for a person.
  35. The ________ is founded on personal observation, analysis, and interpretation, and lies outside empirical verification.
  36. ________ is the practice of judging another culture or person by the standards of one’s own culture or personal values.
  37. ________ deals with how people act when they know that others are watching or aware of them.
  38. What year was homosexuality removed as a mental illness from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders?
  39. This occurs when people or groups have incompatible values or when rewards and resources are limited.
  40. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, which country values collective harmony?
  41. This sociologist suggested that meaning arises out of social interaction.
  42. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, religious beliefs explain and pragmatically satisfy human feelings and needs.
  43. According to auto shop manager Stephen Konyndyk, loyalty is one of the biggest areas that is lacking in the younger workforce (especially millennials).
  44. Social interactions can be studied in:
  45. This occurs when one is in the process of disengaging from a role that is central to one’s self identity in order to establish a new role identity.
  46. The West Coast has fewer teenage pregnancies then the central United States, possibly due to higher abortion rates.
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  48. Some problems with the subjectivist/spiritual revolution assertions include:
  49. According to the textbook, love is the number one key for all lifestyles and life choices for the Christian. (70)
  50. The ________ is more communal and vacillatory but is substantially verifiable.
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