SOCI 201 Test 4

SOCI 201 Test 4 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. The number of deaths per 1,000 people is called __________.
  2. As human populations continue to grow, such as in Africa, they will outpace the food supply. This is the belief of the __________.
  3. The __________ occurs when one group moves into an area already occupied by people who have different characteristics.
  4. __________ suggest that war, natural disasters, disease, and famine hold the world’s population in check, ensuring that humans do not outstrip their food supply.
  5. In __________, bioengineering will produce pest-resistant plants that produce their own fertilizers.
  6. __________ stress that the privileged run the cities and make the decisions that keep their power intact.
  7. A(n) __________ occurs when growth doubles during equal intervals of time.
  8. Since moving to New York City from a small town in Mississippi, Ellie has lived in isolation and fear. This illustrates __________.
  9. Hadassah’s research examines how the urban poor in India perceive their own life satisfaction in comparison with others. This research is in line with __________.
  10. Thomas Malthus argued that __________.
  11. __________ occurs when there is a failure to produce enough children to replace people who die.
  12. In Dallas, Texas, most of the car dealerships are clustered together in specific areas. This illustrates __________.
  13. We have designer animals and corn that makes its own insecticide. This is an example of our emerging __________.
  14. The stage of the demographic transition in which the population is stabilized as people bring birthrates in line with lower death rates is called __________.
  15. __________ explains the tendency of any town or city to expand radially from its central business district.
  16. Kunjufu believes that food production is just another tool used by the wealthy to exploit the poor. His ideas are in line with __________.
  17. Cretia Mae has lived in a rural area for her entire life. She says that she loves the country life because she has neighbors who care about her and on whom she can depend. This suggests that Cretia Mae appreciates __________.
  18. The state of Florida offers tax cuts to new businesses that relocate to the area. This is an example of __________.
  19. Ayesha and Fataah just purchased a new home in which 85 percent of the total window area in the house faces south, there is heavy insulation, and sunshine enters in during the winter but stays out during the summer. Ayesha and Fataah bought a __________.
  20. Kia believes that significant sacrifices in lifestyle are necessary for the survival of Earth. Kia’s beliefs are in line with a(n) __________.
  21. Governmental handouts to corporations are called __________.
  22. Evan works at the local fast-food joint. When he uses the restroom, he does not wash his hands and the food becomes contaminated with bacteria from Evan’s digestive system. The bacteria that contaminates the food is __________.
  23. The food additive Red Dye No. 2 is known to cause cancer. As such, it is a __________.
  24. “Everything is __________ everything else” holds the key to understanding environmental problems.
  25. Rochelle believes that environmentalists should support the development of a world of even greater abundance. Rochelle’s beliefs are in line with a(n) __________.
  26. __________ is a bacterium that lives in our digestive systems, where it has a beneficial role; but it becomes dangerous when our food or water is contaminated with feces.
  27. The __________ involves stabilizing industrial output at the current rate to slow the rate of pollution and conserve resources.
  28. The invention of __________ allowed us to harness energy on a scale unknown in history.
  29. When harmful substances accumulate in the air, water, and land, it is known as __________.
  30. Often, the efforts to improve life destroy the environment on which life depends, in a process known as __________.
  31. __________ focus on how the various parts of our ecosystem are interrelated.
  32. __________ was/were the first to become troubled by problems in the environment.
  33. The environmental party in Germany is known as the __________.
  34. __________ argue that we are facing energy and resource shortages so vast they will shatter the foundations of the industrialized world.
  35. On June 22, 1958, an organized group of men used violence in an attempt to overthrow the Haitian government. This is an example of __________.
  36. When asked what he wants to do when he grows up, Rudolph reports that he wants to protect the nation from outside threats. Rudolph wants a job in __________.
  37. A shared religion __________.
  38. Private G.I. Joe is a soldier in the U.S. Army. Before joining the military, he worked as a cashier at the local Walmart. As such, Private Joe is a member of the __________.
  39. A(n) __________ is a competition between nations to develop and produce new weapons and outmatch one another’s war capabilities.
  40. Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States make up the group known as the __________.
  41. In 2002, President G. W. Bush gave the CIA an explicit go-ahead to carry out covert missions to assassinate Osama bin Laden. This is an example of __________.
  42. Hamas is a terrorist organization that receives a great deal of funding from the Saudi Arabian government. This is an example of __________.
  43. The guidance systems, bombs, missiles, tanks, planes, guns, ships, submarines, and other weapons that nations accumulate fall under the category of __________.
  44. The explosive energy of nuclear weapons is measured in __________.
  45. __________ terrorism is waged by a government against its own citizens.
  46. The __________ has the power to charge countries with war crimes.
  47. Countries engage in __________ when more and more nations possess nuclear weapons.
  48. In the movie The Godfather, members of the Sicilian mafia intimidate and kill anyone who opposes them. This illustrates __________.
  49. Each U.S. soldier who sued the American government after being exposed to Agent Orange was awarded __________.
  50. The country that spends the most (per capita) on its military is___________.

Set 2

  1. When Rebecca was initiated into the gang, she was required to have sex with several of the male gang members. The number of sexual partners that Rebecca had sex with was determined by a roll of the dice. As such, Rebecca was:
  2. Thomas Malthus argued that:
  3. Violent behavior by a driver of an automobile is called
  4. When Western medicine and public sanitation were exported to the Least Industrialized Nations, this caused a surge in their population which outstripped their food supply and resulted in malnutrition, mass starvation, and political unrest. This illustrates:
  5. An old Native American proverb suggests that to understand another person, one must walk in his/her moccasins. This proverb expresses Max Weber’s ideas of:
  6. Since moving to New York City from a small town in Mississippi, Ellie has lived in isolation and fear. This illustrates:
  7. The feeling of belonging that involves a sense that others care what happens to us and that we can depend on the people around us is called
  8. Hadassah’s research examines how the urban poor in India perceive their own life satisfaction in comparison with others. This research is in line with:
  9. Recently, a large number of middle‐class people have moved to the inner city of Detroit. As they have rehabilitated old houses, property values, taxes, and rents have risen and poorer residents are moving out. This illustrates:
  10. The assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King triggered riots across the U.S. As such, Dr. King’s assassination was a(n):
  11. Starvation in Africa is typically due to:
  12. Freda’s research focuses on the relationship between the population and the environment. Freda’s research explores:
  13. Erica’s research focuses on the social process whereby cities grow. The focus is on:
  14. Melodie has lived in a rural area for her entire life. She says that she loves the country life because she has neighbors that they care about her and that she can depend on. This suggests that Melodie appreciates:
  15. is the phenomenon that occurs as cities expand and invade the countryside.
  16. refers to the bonds of intimacy and shared traditions that unite people in rural areas.
  17. The term refers to this cluster of interrelated urban problems.
  18. The idea that efforts to improve life often destroy that environment on which life depends is called
  19. At the County Commissioners meeting Tonight, Dr. Phillips will report on how the poor in the local community have been more impacted by the water and air pollution than the middle and upper class. Dr. Phillips will speak about:
  20. The sweetener aspartame interacts with various food colorings to interfere with the development of the nervous system. As such, aspartame and food colorings are:
  21. The plankton in the ocean ingested mercury that was in the water. A small fish ate the plankton. A larger fish ate the smaller fish that had eaten the plankton. Marcus ate the large fish that had eaten the smaller fish. This reflects:
  22. Today, the new employees of the factory will learn about how the government regulates the burning wood, coal, petroleum, and natural gas. They will be learning about the regulation of:
  23. The food additive Red Dye No. 2 is known to cause cancer. As such, it is a:
  24. Kia believes that significant sacrifices in lifestyle are necessary for the survival of earth. Kia’s beliefs are in line with a(n):
  25. The state of Florida offers tax cuts to new businesses that relocate to the area. This is an example of:
  26. Evan works at the local fast‐food joint. When he uses the restroom, he does not wash his hands and the food becomes contaminated with bacteria from Evan’s digestive system. The bacteria that contaminates the food is:
  27. The fact that pollution is more likely to hurt minorities and the poor is called
  28. Vashti believes that our civilization depends on substances whose supply is limited. Vashti is a(n):
  29. When she grows up, Marian wants to be a scientist who studies the relationship between living things and their environment. Marian wants to be a(n):
  30. The public’s alarm about environmental issues was sparked by:
  31. The world’s worst nuclear reactor disaster occurred in:
  32. The cutlery used at the Annual Environmentalist Picnic is made of plant starch that disintegrates after being exposed to normal bacteria. As such, the cutlery is:
  33. Since the 1970’s, the average size of a new home in the U.S. has:
  34. Each morning, the news anchor reports on the accumulation of substances harmful to living things in the air. Such reports are concerned with:
  35. Hamas is a terrorist organization that receives a great deal of funding from the Saudi Arabian government. This is an example of:
  36. The state that receives the most income from military contracts is:
  37. While serving in the Vietnam War, Al began to look at the Vietnamese as objects to be destroyed instead of as people. This illustrates:
  38. The Israelites declared war on the Canaanites because the Canaanites did not share the religious beliefs of the Israelites. This reflects the following function of war:
  39. Budd is the owner of a company that manufactures and distributes weapons around the world. As such, he is a member of the:
  40. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said 130 people died as a result of US air strikes. These deaths illustrate:
  41. The country that spends the most (per capita) on its military is:
  42. Artie is in the U.S. army. Immediately after combat with opponents in Afghanistan, Artie experienced fatigue, slower reaction times, indecision, disconnection from one’s surroundings, and an inability to prioritize. Artie experienced:
  43. The movie “Iron Man” featured a superhero who manufactured guidance systems, bombs, missiles, tanks, planes, guns, ships, and submarines for the U.S. military. As such, the super hero manufactured:
  44. Deformed babies were born in Vietnam after the U.S. government sprayed Vietnamese crops with:
  45. As a result of the Spanish‐American war, the U. S. acquired Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippine Islands as territories. This reflects the following function of war:
  46. Although some deep‐seated animosity remained between Southern and Northern Americans after the Civil War and Reconstruction, the two groups fought side‐by‐ side against the common enemy in World War I. This reflects the following function of war:
  47. Al Qaeda is a group that uses random acts of violence to instill fear in the general public to achieve their objective for power. This illustrates:
  48. Willard’s research focuses on how the perceptions of U.S. military leaders impact U.S. military interventions in foreign affairs. Willard’s research is most in line with:
  49. Private G.I. Joe is a soldier in the U.S. army. Before joining the military, he worked as a cashier at the local Wal‐ As such, Private Joe is a member of the:
  50. Throughout history, which country has spent the least amount of time in war?
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