SOCI 201 Test 3

SOCI 201 Test 3 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. When discussing the role of the media and equality or inequality of male and female characters in children’s books, which of the following is true?
  2. Since the company’s beginning, no woman has ever moved beyond the position of director. All of the presidents, vice presidents, chief executive officers, and chief operating officers are men. This illustrates the __________.
  3. In health class, Mr. Riggins will teach the 5th grade students about the different biological equipment of males and females. Mr. Riggins will be discussing __________.
  4. Marlene expects her son to be hyper and aggressive, but her daughter to be passive and soft-spoken. This reflects __________.
  5. Which country exhibits the most political equality between the sexes?
  6. The military ban of transgendered people continued until
  7. Goldberg and Lewis’s research focuses on how parents subconsciously teach gender roles. As such, this research is in line with __________.
  8. What did Laud Humphreys learn when doing his research on tearooms?
  9. The hormone produced by the testicles that stimulates primary and secondary sex traits in men is called __________.
  10. Carl believes that men are innately superior to women. This is an example of __________.
  11. According to Marvin Harris, why is male dominance universal?
  12. The typical victims of violence are __________.
  13. __________ forbids discrimination in salaries.
  14. In India __________.
  15. In the United States, women hold the highest percentage of state offices in the __________.
  16. __________ highlight discrimination and class bias in the workplace.
  17. Miranda and Herbert recently discussed the nature versus nurture debate on gender differences in men and women. Miranda supported the nurture side of the debate. This means that Miranda supports __________.
  18. Prison rape is
  19. Don’t asked, don’t tell lasted from
  20. When homosexuals publicly assert their private homosexual identity, this is called __________.
  21. The flu is an example of __________.
  22. The psychotherapy pioneered by Sigmund Freud is called __________.
  23. Those born today in the United States can expect to live __________.
  24. The __________represents the number of babies who die before 1 year of age, per 1,000 live births.
  25. Renee has a good job and good health insurance. When she is feeling down she is likely to receive __________.
  26. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed in __________.
  27. In the United States, ______ are more likely to commit suicide.
  28. The leading cause of death in the United States is __________.
  29. While interviewing her new client, the social worker learned that Manuel had been raised by a mentally ill father who did not have appropriate coping skills. The social worker concluded that Manuel never learned the proper mechanisms for adapting to undesirable social situations. The social worker’s conclusion is in line with___________.
  30. Lisa Winn is a therapist who listens to and tries to guide her patient toward a resolution of emotional problems. Winn offers __________.
  31. People’s emotional well-being __________ with __________ in social class.
  32. What number of those ages 45-64 in the United States are overweight?
  33. Over the years, medical costs have __________.
  34. Akara works as a temporary employee, makes minimum wage, and has several past due bills. These conditions negatively impact Akara’s emotional well-being. This illustrates __________.
  35. Each week, Dr. Bob Newhart meets with six widows. The widows, with the guidance of Dr. Newhart, help each other cope with the grief of recent widowhood. This is an example of __________.
  36. Which racial-ethnic group has the longest life expectancy in the United States?
  37. Christopher Lasch says we are on a road that leads to __________.
  38. Toya and her husband, Lorenzo, think they might want to remain child-free. Which stage in the development of a permanent child-free life does this reflect?
  39. The process of becoming permanently child-free involves __________.
  40. In the 1800s, almost everyone lived __________.
  41. Sanchez and Rosa view being child-free as a permanent state. Which stage in the development of a permanent child-free life does this reflect?
  42. The moving of work to factories, the increase of formal education and a lower birthrate are all associated with which era?
  43. Morgan lives in a home with her grandparents, aunts, uncles, and parents. This reflects a(n) __________.
  44. The person whose earnings are the primary source of support for all dependents is called the __________.
  45. Sharon’s husband, Albert, has been raping her for six years, an act during which he gets sexually aroused. What type of marital rape does this represent?
  46. The most prevalent form of marital rape is __________.
  47. Trends likely to impact family relationships include
  48. Functionalists suggest that changes in the traditional functions of family have __________.
  49. The most common long-term effect of marital rape is __________.
  50. Allison and Bob have chosen not to have any children because they feel their careers are more important. According to sociologists, they are known as __________.

Set 2

  1. The process of gender accomplishment begins
  2. When members of the football team found out that the quarterback was a homosexual, they assaulted him. This is an example of:
  3. Nona wrote an article suggesting that Hollywood producers cultivate negative images of females to justify the greater privileges of men. Nona’s views are in line with:
  4. Susan B. Anthony traveled around the U.S. giving 75‐100 speeches per year on women’s rights. As an advocate for a women’s right to vote, Ms. Anthony was:
  5. Which of the following is true?
  6. In the U.S., firefighting, building construction, and engineering are typically associated with men, while nursing, teaching, and hair styling are typically associated with women. This illustrates work that is:
  7. Lois and Eileen are lesbians who live together as lovers. This reflects a:
  8. Adam touched the breast of Trudy, his secretary. This unsolicited sexual act by Margaret’s supervisor is a form of:
  9. Which country exhibits the most political equality between the sexes?
  10. Women’s earnings are typically:
  11. Since the company’s beginning, no woman has ever moved beyond the position of director. All of the vice‐presidents, chief executive officers, and chief operating officers are men. This illustrates the:
  12. The Defense of Marriage Act:
  13. Marlene expects her son to be hyper and aggressive, but her daughter to be passive and soft‐ This reflects:
  14. Which of the following is believed to encourage sexual harassment?
  15. Carl believes that men are innately superior to women. This is an example of:
  16. Ty and Miranda recently discussed the nature versus nurture debate on gender differences in men and women. Herbert supported the nature side of the debate. This means that Herbert supports:
  17. In India, the men rule over the women. As such, India is:
  18. In the mythical society of the Amazon, the women ruled the men. As such, this society is
  19. Alton is a heterosexual man in prison. While he would prefer to have sex with a woman, he engages in sexual acts with other male prisoners because no women are available. This illustrates:
  20. In health class, Mr. Riggins will teach the 5th grade students about the different biological equipment of males and females. Mr. Riggins will be discussing:
  21. James was given an anti‐clotting medication to prevent the reoccurrence of a heart attack. This is an example of:
  22. Which racial‐ethnic group has the longest life expectancy in the U.S?
  23. When Mrs. Harrison learned that her son Trey was homosexual, she sought the help of a psychiatrist to help change her son into a heterosexual. Mrs. Harrison requested:
  24. When Renee needs to talk to her therapist, she meets him in a chat room on‐ This is an example of:
  25. Shayla does not have health insurance. When she is ill, she goes to the free health clinic and waits for hours to see a physician. Maria, on the other hand, has health insurance. When she gets sick, she calls her primary care physician and goes in for a visit. This illustrates:
  26. Lisa Winn is a therapist who listens to and tries to guide her patient toward a resolution of emotional problems. Lisa Winn offers
  27. Ndao tells the nurse in the emergency room that “There is a broken arm in room 4” instead of saying “Mrs. Chancellor is in room 4.” By referring to the patient as a thing and not a person, this illustrates:
  28. While interviewing her new client, the social worker learned that Manuel had been raised by a mentally ill father who did not have appropriate coping skills. The social worker concludes that Manuel never learned the proper mechanisms of adapting to undesirable social situations. The social worker’s conclusion is in line with:
  29. Which racial‐ethnic group has the shortest life expectancy in the U.S?
  30. Stella Martin is a counselor. His patients tell him about their current situations and he helps them understand their problems. Stella Martin is involved in:
  31. Clyde’s research focuses on how men and women interpret symptoms of illness differently. Clyde’s research is in line with:
  32. Those born today in the U.S. can expect to live:
  33. The major cause of health and illness is:
  34. Wendy works as a cashier at a fast‐food restaurant for minimum wage. As such, Wendy is a part of the:
  35. Hunt is a medical doctor. She collects payment for each service that she performs. This reflects:
  36. Taylor is an obstetrician. Before prescribing a medication, he checks with a few other physicians and medical professionals. These people make up Dr. Diekow’s:
  37. In two paycheck families in the U.S.
  38. Marcus is the 14 year old son of Davinia. Davinia has a new boyfriend now that does not like having Marcus around. To keep the relationship with her boyfriend intact, Davinia asks her son to leave the house. Marcus is:
  39. In the 1960’s, there was a drastic relaxation in the general standards of sexual behavior. This reflects a:
  40. Bailey and her husband Lonnie believe that they will have a baby sometimes in the future, when they are more financially stable. Which stage in the development of a permanent child‐free life does this reflect?
  41. Carl was raised in a home with his mother, his father and his sister. These people make up Carl’s:
  42. Morgan lives in the home with her grandparents, aunts, uncles, and parents. This reflects a(n):
  43. Lucas tells his grandchildren that when he was their age, his idea of fun involved sleigh rides, hay rides, and card games with his family. Mr. Lucas’ ideas of fun illustrate which of the following functions of family?
  44. Zsembik is sexually attracted to children. He takes every opportunity that he can get to fondle his young patients. Dr. Zsembik is:
  45. Functionalists suggest that changes in the traditional functions of family have:
  46. refers to those social and cultural factors relating to recent times or the present.
  47. Victor and Hope are not married. The live together in a sexual relationship. Victor and Hope are involved in:
  48. Excessive leniency and excessive control are forms of
  49. Juanita hates the idea of marriage. She believes that men use marriage to control, dominate, and exploit women. Juanita’s views are most in line with:
  50. Walter grew up in a household in which he saw his father physically abuse his mother. Now that Walter is a married adult, he physically abuses his wife. This illustrates the:
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