Final Exam Culture and Society

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|1. (TCO 1) The awareness of the relationship between an individual and the wider society is referred to as: (Points : 5) | |[pic]the sociological imagination.X | |[pic]social structure. | |[pic]theory. | |[pic]the functionalist perspective. | | | |[pic][pic][pic][pic][pic][pic] | |2. (TCO 1) A key element in the sociological imagination is the ability to view one's own society: (Points : 5) | |[pic]from the perspective of personal experience. | |[pic]from the perspective of cultural biases. | |[pic]as an outsider. X | |[pic]as an insider. | | | |[pic][pic][pic][pic][pic][pic] | |3. (TCO 3) Critics of television often suggest that executives of major television networks and movie corporations are white, | |wealthy males who decide what programs or movies will be produced and which directors and actors will obtain jobs in the | |industry. This analysis reflects the: (Points : 5) | |[pic]functionalist perspective. | |[pic]conflict perspective. X | |[pic]interactionist perspective. | |[pic]global perspective. | | | |[pic][pic][pic][pic][pic][pic] | |4. (TCO 2) This refers to the unintended influence that observers of experiments can have on their subjects. (Points : 5) | |[pic]Control group | |[pic]Hawthorne effect x | |[pic]Value neutrality | |[pic]Conflict of interest | | | |[pic][pic][pic][pic][pic][pic] | |5. (TCO 4) Discovery...
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