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  1. Which of the following is not a feature of a kinship system?
  2. a. who is permitted to marry whom
  3. how property is passed on
  4. c. how power is distributed
  5. who cares for children

 

ANSWER:                              d

REFERENCES:                     307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. In the United States, interracial marriage is:
  2. a.
  3. decline for all social groups.
  4. c. increasing, but
  5. common among the lower classes only.

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. Betty lives with her husband, their daughter, and her grandchildren. Betty lives in a/n family.
  2. a. matrilineal extended c. nuclear
  3. patrilocal

 

ANSWER:                              b

REFERENCES:                     307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                                Applied

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. The emergence of the nuclear family in the United States was a result of which major event?
  2. a. The American Revolution
  3. The Industrial Revolution
  4. c. The Civil Rights Movement
  5. World War II

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. families may find it necessary to have all family members working.
  2. a. Migrant
  3. Poor
  4. c. Extended
  5. Fictive

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. According to functionalists, families serve all of the following basic social needs, except:
  2. a. socializing the
  3. providing education to members.
  4. c. providing physical care for
  5. regulating sexual activities.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    310

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               NEW

  1. Unlike        ,          see the gender division of labor as being based on stereotypes about men’s and women’s

roles.

  1. a. functionalists; conflict theorists
  2. conflict theorists, symbolic interactionists
  3. c. feminists, symbolic interactionists
  4. functionalists; feminists

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    310-312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. is concerned with how people define and negotiate family relationships.
  2. a. functionalism
  3. conflict theory
  4. c. symbolic interaction theory
  5. feminism

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. The major cause of marital disruption today is:
  2. a. death of the
  3. death of the husband.
  4. c.
  5. remarriage.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 10. Approximately of children live with one
  2. a. one-fifth
  3. one-fourth c. one-third d. one-half

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 11. The number of single-father households is and are           likely than single-mother families to experience severe economic
  2. a. increasing; more
  3. increasing; less
  4. c. decreasing; more
  5. decreasing; less

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 12. Mrs. Thompson often feels like there is too much to do and too little time to do it. Mrs. Thompson is experiencing:
  2. a.
  3. a commuter marriage.
  4. c. social
  5. role stress.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    313

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Applied

OTHER:                               NEW

  1. 13. An individual’s ability to influence decision­making within a marriage is largely established through:
  2. a. social
  3. religion.
  4. c. the length of the
  5. the amount of money one earns.

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 14. Since 1960, the rate of divorce has , although it has          since
  2. a. tripled; increased
  3. doubled; increased
  4. c. been cut in half; declined
  5. doubled; declined

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    317

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 15. The Barkers live in the S. Which of the following is true about their child care options?
  2. a. S. family leave policies cover all families
  3. U.S. family leave policies cover most family expenses c. The costs are reasonable for most families
  4. U.S. family leave policies do not address ongoing needs for child care

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    322

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 16. Estimates of the extent of domestic violence are unreliable because
  2. a. most cases go b. most victims are in shelters. c. more victims are children.
  3. more cases are not severe enough to report.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    320

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.7 – 13. 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 17. Which of the following best describes S. maternity leave benefits?
  2. a. Supportive of working class families
  3. Comparatively better support than developing nations
  4. c. Unsupportive of families
  5. In the middle of all countries in terms of support

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    323

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 18. When Bob is engaged in work that sustains life such as elder and child care he is doing .
  2. a. nonwage labor
  3. care work
  4. c. public labor
  5. non labor work

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    323

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 19. Elderly care in the modern family is best characterized by . a. a diversity of experiences due to family size and variation
  2. a standard cultural approach
  3. c. a dependency on governmental support all of the above

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    324

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 20. Religious extremist movements
  2. a. Are highly
  3. Are typically Christian-based.
  4. c. Include violence in most
  5. Assume a demonic nature of individuals.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    333

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.11 – 11

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               NEW

  1. 21. Sects are
  2. a. fundamentalist
  3. offshoots of establishes churches. c. followers of charismatic leaders. d. devoted to a specific cause.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.12 – 12

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 22. The Shakers were formed by breaking away from the Quakers. They are an example of a
  2. a.
  3. church.
  4. c.
  5. sect.

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.12 – 12

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 23. Religion has been the basis for social movement activity in what major social movement?
  2. a. Gay Rights Movement Civil Rights Movement c. Equal Rights Movement
  3. Church versus State Movement

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 24. Othermothers are a unique form of an extended family that reflects the specific experience of .
  2. a. African American women
  3. Caribbean women
  4. c. Latin American women
  5. European women

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 25. Barbara is a very close family friend – she is actually considered part of the family. Barbara may be considered
  2. a. an othermother.
  3. compadrazgo.
  4. c. fictive
  5. extended family.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    302

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Applied

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 26. Which of the following statements is false about contemporary American families?
  2. a. There are fewer births today than in the
  3. The number of single-parent households has increased dramatically.
  4. c. Childbearing occupies a smaller percentage of parents’ adult lives than
  5. Married-couple families have become the minority form of the family.

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

  1. 27. The stepfamilies that are often created by divorce and remarriage
  2. a. rarely involve
  3. receive a great deal of institutional support.
  4. c. take many different forms
  5. utilize existing social norms and institutional support to help them through conflict.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 28. Because of the rise in divorce and remarriage, stepfamilies have become fairly common in the S. Despite how common stepfamilies have become,
  2. a. there is still little institutional support for
  3. the number of children in stepfamilies is declining.
  4. c. the legal status of the nonresidential parent is not well
  5. the percent of stepmothers remains low.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 29. Studies of gay and lesbian couples have found that
  2. a. gay and lesbian partners tend to be more flexible and less gender-stereotyped in their household roles than heterosexual
  3. money has a strong influence on who has the most power in gay and lesbian households.
  4. c. lesbian parents lack any type of social
  5. children raised by gay parents are more likely to be gay themselves.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    314-315

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

  1. 30. According to the S. Census Bureau (2010) about percent of the population over the age of 15 is single.
  2. a. one-quarter
  3. one-third
  4. c. one-half
  5. two-thirds

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    315

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 31. Research on cohabitation has found that
  2. a. the likelihood of cohabitation is greatest among suburban
  3. couples who cohabited prior to marriage have lower levels of marital quality than couples who did not.
  4. c. cohabiting is decreasing as younger people are returning to traditional
  5. few cohabiting households have children.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    315-316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 32. The likelihood of divorce is greater for couples who
  2. a. marry
  3. have two incomes.
  4. c. do not have
  5. are White.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    317

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

  1. 33. The Jones divorce was less likely to be negative on their children because .
  2. a. they used lawyers
  3. they when through long debates involving the children
  4. c. they remained
  5. they involved their children in financial solutions

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    319

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 34. Sociological studies of patterns of family violence have found that
  2. a. violence in lesbian and gay relationships is as common as in heterosexual
  3. the most common form of child abuse is neglect.
  4. c. most perpetrators of elder abuse are
  5. overall, violence in the family has been declining.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    319-320

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.7 – 13. 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 35. Religiosity is measured by sociologists using all of the following, except
  2. a. by asking about people’s religious beliefs
  3. surveying people about their membership in religious organizations
  4. c. asking how often people attend religious services
  5. collecting information through the Census.

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

  1. 36. Durkheim’s emphasis on rituals and shared meanings fits with which types of sociological theory?
  2. a. conflict theory and functionalism
  3. functionalism and symbolic interactionism c. symbolic interactionism and conflict theory d. exchange theory and functionalism

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    327-328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 37. It is the belief of that religion was developed by the oppressed to relieve their
  2. a. functionalism
  3. conflict theory
  4. c. symbolic interaction theory
  5. social exchange theory

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 38. In the S.Remember,cial factors are correlated with religious identification. For example,
  2. a. older people are more likely than younger people to express no religious
  3. those in higher income brackets are most likely to identify as Jewish or Catholic than those in the lower income brackets.
  4. c. fundamentalist Protestants are most like to have the highest
  5. Asian-Americans are the most likely racial-ethnic group to say that religion is very important in their lives.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    330

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.11 – 11

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

  1. 39. Which of the following is not a critical function that churches for African Americans?
  2. a. a defense against the damage caused by
  3. a source of social and community services.
  4. c. as community centers and political units for their
  5. an educational tool for urban youth.

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    330

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 40. Which of the following is not part of the sociological definition of family?
  2. a. a social unit of those related through marriage, ancestry or adoption
  3. a group who are committed to maintaining the group over time
  4. c. a social unit related by blood and bound together by love
  5. a group who engage in economic cooperation

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.1 – 1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 41. A pattern of relationships that define people’s family relationships to one another is the definition of a(n)         .
  2. a. institution
  3. relational network
  4. c. kinship system
  5. social organization

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 42. Within the S., polygamy
  2. a. is widely practiced among
  3. is illegal.
  4. c. is legal for some Native American
  5. does not exist.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 43. What type of marriage is most common in the S. today?
  2. a. serial monogamy
  3. monogamy c. polygamy d. polygyny

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 44. In some societies a married couple is expected to move in with the husband’s family. This is called a

system.

  1. a. patrilineal matrilineal c. patrilocal d. matrilocal

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 45. What is the general pattern for marriage within the S.?
  2. a. Marriages are across social classes as often as within the same social
  3. Most people marry someone who shares similar social characteristics.
  4. c. Americans marry without regard to race or
  5. People in the U.S. tend to marry people whom they think will help them achieve a higher social class.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 46. Which of these is the best definition of extended family?
  2. a. a network of parents, children and other relatives who form a family unit
  3. a set of relatives who live together in the same residence
  4. c. a group of people who are related to each other by “blood” or ancestry
  5. grandparents, parents, and children of the same lineage

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 47. Prior to industrialization,
  2. a. the nuclear family was the cultural ideal in the S.
  3. the household was the center for production and distribution of goods.
  4. c. men were responsible for economic life and women were responsible for domestic
  5. men worked in wage labor outside the home, and women and children labored at home.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 48. What impact did industrialism have on the family in the S.?
  2. a. it brought more production work into the household
  3. it created an economy based on cash instead of domestic production
  4. c. small family businesses took the place of production for household use only
  5. women were able to earn as much or more than men for the first time

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 49. The family wage system
  2. a. paid men more than women based on the assumption that they were the
  3. was based on the assumption that all members of the family would need to work in wage labor.
  4. c. forced all women to begin to work outside of the
  5. made families more self-sufficient.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 50. Historically, family structure in the S.
  2. a. has been essentially the same for all social classes and racial-ethnic
  3. has remained strongly nuclear, despite varying social conditions for different groups.
  4. c. has been shaped by slavery, migration, poverty, and laws that impeded family
  5. has been unaffected by public policies.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 51. are particularly interested in the way in which families create stability by teaching people the norms and values of
  2. a. Functionalists
  3. Conflict theorists
  4. c. Symbolic interactionists
  5. Exchange theorists

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    310

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 52. During periods of rapid social change, families experience social disorganization and this creates social

This is part of the          view of families.

  1. a. functionalist
  2. conflict theory
  3. c. symbolic interactionist
  4. exchange theory

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    310

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 53. According to the family as an institution reinforces and supports power relations in
  2. a. functionalism
  3. conflict theory
  4. c. symbolic interaction theory
  5. exchange theory

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    310

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 54. theorists view families as essential to maintaining inequality in
  2. a. Functionalist
  3. Conflict
  4. c. Symbolic interaction
  5. Social exchange

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 55. theorists argue that families serve to socialize children into being obedient workers and good consumers to fit the needs of
  2. a. Functionalist
  3. Conflict
  4. c. Symbolic interaction
  5. Social exchange

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 56. The theoretical perspective that is most concerned with the fact that families are gendered institutions that reflect the gender hierarchies in society is .
  2. a. functionalism
  3. exchange theory
  4. c. symbolic interaction theory
  5. feminist theory

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 57. focus on the processes through which people learn social identities through their interactions with others in a
  2. a. Functionalism
  3. Conflict theory
  4. c. Symbolic interaction theory
  5. Feminist theory

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 58. From a(n) perspective, married couples create for themselves an identity that is influenced by the definitions others in society have of marriage, in addition to their own
  2. a. functionalism
  3. conflict theory
  4. c. symbolic interactionist
  5. exchange theory

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 59. In addition to the high divorce rate, the other primary cause of female single-parent households is
  2. a. the high rate of pregnancy among unmarried
  3. the death of a spouse.
  4. c. having a spouse who is
  5. the high unemployment rates for men.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 60. Sociologists have found that most of the problems faced by households headed by women are primarily the result of
  2. a. the absence of male authority
  3. the threat of poverty that is connected with being a single mother.
  4. c. the psychological pressure of heading a
  5. excess media attention that creates the perception of a problem.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 61. As a consequence of women’s greater labor force participation
  2. a. families are taking more time for “quality family time” than ever
  3. families are experiencing a significant increase in the pace of life.
  4. c. families are finding they do not need men’s income and they have more
  5. families have become increasingly affluent.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    313-314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 62. Regarding commuter marriages the text notes that
  2. a. commuter marriages are among the most affluent types of
  3. transportation costs have resulted in a significant decrease in commuter marriages.
  4. c. many poor and working class couples have commuter marriages that do not fit the common stereotype of the commuting professional
  5. despite the stereotype, this type of marriage is still very rare.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 63. Research on children in gay and lesbian households has found that
  2. a. children of gay and lesbian parents are more likely to be gay or lesbian than the children of heterosexual
  3. children of gay and lesbian parents are far greater psychological problems than the children of heterosexual parents.
  4. c. there is very little difference in outcomes for the children of gay and lesbians and the children of
  5. children of gays and lesbians tend to hold very stereotypical ideas about gender norms.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 64. Young people establishing relationships today
  2. a. tend to follow the pre-established norms of
  3. have replaced the process of dating with hooking up.
  4. c. have no desire for long-term
  5. get involved sexually without concern about the stigma of a bad reputation.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    315

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 65. Being single in the S.
  2. a. is still a stigmatized status for women in
  3. is increasingly not due to divorce, but to never having been married.
  4. c. is preferable to being
  5. is still rare once a person reaches the age of 30.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    315

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 66. The boomerang generation refers to people between the ages of eighteen and twenty-four who
  2. a. return home to live with their
  3. enter college for a few years, then drop out, and re-enter.
  4. c. hook up and break up with the same person multiple
  5. marry and divorce before the age of 25.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 67. The sociological view of marriage is that it
  2. a. is a romantic and loving union of two
  3. involves a complex set of social dynamics.
  4. c. is a private matter separate from other
  5. cannot be studied using sociological methods.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 68. Sociological research on the division of labor within married couple households indicates that
  2. a. the allocation of housework is greatly influenced by men’s and women’s experiences in their families of

origin.

  1. Latino men rarely get involved in domestic tasks.
  2. c. young professional couples are the most
  3. African American men and White men are equally likely to participate in housework.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 69. In the S.
  2. a. the rate of marriage is higher than in western European
  3. one out of two marriages ends in divorce.
  4. c. women are more likely to remarry following a divorce than are
  5. the divorce rate has been steadily increasing since the 1950s.

 

ANSWER:                              a

REFERENCES:                     317

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 70. Demographic changes have increased the likelihood of divorce in the S. the primary example of this is
  2. a. the aging of the S. population which results in later age at first marriage.
  3. longer life expectancy which increases the length of many marriages beyond what they would have been in the past.
  4. c. the decreasing number of children that forces couples to focus more on each
  5. the skewed sex ratio that gives women many more choices for potential partners.

 

ANSWER:                              b

REFERENCES:                     318

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 71. Mothers in transnational families
  2. a. in general spend as much time with their children as other
  3. generally are able to take their children with them from place to place. c. have expanded their definition of motherhood to include breadwinning. d. earn less than had they stayed in their native countries.

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     320

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.8 – 8

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 72. Religion is an institutionalized system of by which a group of people interprets and responds to what they feel is sacred and that provides answers to questions of ultimate
  2. a. symbols
  3. beliefs
  4. c. values
  5. all of the above

 

ANSWER:                              d

REFERENCES:                     324

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 73. Elements of the everyday world that are not considered sacred are called .
  2. a. profane
  3. sanctified
  4. c. sacred
  5. revered

 

ANSWER:                              a

REFERENCES:                     325

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 74. A Zuni fetish, a Christian communion wafer, and Native American sacred land are all examples of .
  2. a. sacraments the secular c. totems
  3. deities

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     325

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 75. Moral proscriptions for behavior established by religions
  2. a. are always followed by
  3. are recognized as guides with no consequences for non-compliance.
  4. c. often come to be viewed as right and
  5. are not typically taken seriously.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    324

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 76. The term secular means
  2. a. having to do with ordinary, nonreligious
  3. being held sacred.
  4. c. being
  5. having to do with the supernatural.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    325

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 77. Which of these statements does not describe one of the functions of religion?
  2. a. Religion establishes norms for
  3. Religion establishes moral proscriptions for behavior.
  4. c. Religion serves to preserve diversity and cultural
  5. Religion provides answers to questions of ultimate meaning.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    325-326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 78. According to the text, what proportion of Americans believes that religion can solve all or most of society’s

problems?

  1. a. one-fifth
  2. one-fourth
  3. c. one-half
  4. two-thirds

 

ANSWER:                              d

REFERENCES:                     326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 79. The United States is commonly described as being based on a(n)
  2. a. non-sectarian
  3. manifest destiny c. Judeo-Christian d. Anglo-Protestant

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 80. What is the relationship between Christianity and governance within the S.?
  2. a. The S. effectively separates all religion from government.
  3. In the U.S. Christianity is often treated as if it is the national religion.
  4. c. The S. incorporates holidays and rituals of all faiths equally into its public observances.
  5. The government of the U.S. prohibits religions other than Christianity.

 

ANSWER:                              b

REFERENCES:                     326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Conceptual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 81. Sociologists sometimes measure the intensity and consistency of a person’s faith. This is termed         .
  2. a. theism
  3. religiosity
  4. c. devotion
  5. fundamentalism

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 82. Church membership and attendance in the S.
  2. a. is higher for men than for
  3. is higher for younger people than for older people.
  4. c. is higher for women than for men, and for older more than younger
  5. is fairly uniformly spread throughout the population.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 83. In terms of religious identification the S., the largest recent increases have been for people who identify as

          .

  1. a. Catholic and Lutheran
  2. evangelical Protestant and Muslim
  3. c. Buddhist and Hindu
  4. atheists

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 84. Which of these major world religions is polytheistic?
  2. a. Catholicism
  3. Protestantism
  4. c. Hinduism
  5. Buddhism

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 85. Christianity would be categorized as a
  2. a. polytheistic patriarchal c. matriarchal d. land-based

 

ANSWER:                              b

REFERENCES:                     327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

TOPICS:                                Applied

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 86. Emile Durkheim argued that religion is
  2. a. functional for society because it reaffirms the social bonds that people have with each
  3. a distinct threat to social cohesion.
  4. c. a tool for class
  5. an institution that exists in direct opposition to the other institutions that exist in society.

 

ANSWER:                              a

REFERENCES:                     327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 87. What term did Durkheim give to the body of religious beliefs that give people a sense of belonging?
  2. a. false consciousness
  3. collective consciousness c. ritualized consciousness d. interactive identity

 

ANSWER:                              b

REFERENCES:                     327-328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 88. According to Durkheim, in particular are vehicles for the creation, expression, and reinforcement of social cohesion.
  2. a. rituals
  3. mantras c. totems d. priests

 

ANSWER:                              a

REFERENCES:                     327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 89. argued that cultural beliefs inspired by religious faith support other institutional systems within
  2. a. Auguste Comte Emile Durkheim c. Max Weber
  3. Karl Marx

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 90. Weber believed that the search for signs of religious salvation supported the development of .
  2. a. religion
  3. capitalism
  4. c. socialism
  5. Protestantism

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 91. Weber’s analysis of the Protestant ethic demonstrates
  2. a. that religious beliefs are able to shape even secular dimensions of national
  3. the matriarchal nature of Protestantism.
  4. c. the weaknesses of Emile Durkheim’s views on the functions of
  5. that religion does serve as a type of drug for people who are disadvantaged in life.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 92. “Religion is the basis for intergroup ” This statement most closely reflects         .
  2. a. functionalism
  3. conflict theory
  4. c. symbolic interaction theory
  5. feminist theory

 

ANSWER:                            d

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 93. To , religion promotes stratification since it generally supports a hierarchy of people on earth and the subordination of humankind to an imagined divine
  2. a. Auguste Comte Emile Durkheim c. Karl Marx
  3. Max Weber

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 94. theory sees religion as a socially constructed belief system that emerges in different social
  2. a. Functionalist
  3. Conflict
  4. c. Symbolic interaction
  5. Feminist

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

 

  1. 95. From a perspective, many types of social behavior may be based on the meanings that religion holds for
  2. a. functionalist
  3. conflict
  4. c. symbolic interaction
  5. feminist

 

ANSWER:                              c

REFERENCES:                     329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                                Factual

OTHER:                                PICKUP

  1. 96. Which theoretical perspective best explains the process of religious socialization or how people become religious?
  2. a. functionalist
  3. conflict
  4. c. symbolic interaction
  5. feminist

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 97. The largest religion in the world (measured in numbers of followers) is .
  2. a. Islam
  3. Christianity
  4. c. Hinduism
  5. Buddhism

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    330

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.11 – 11

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 98. Research studies about the religiosity of Asian Americans indicate that
  2. a. religious practice and belief among Asian Americans frequently changes between
  3. the youngest generation currently worships more intensely than their parents and grandparents did.
  4. c. assimilation has had little effect on religious
  5. traditional Hindu and Confucian practices have all but disappeared among Asian Americans.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    330

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.11 – 11

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 99. Religious extremism
  2. a. is not found anywhere except the Middle
  3. frequently fuels violent behavior, and is fed by religious intolerance.
  4. c. only pertains to
  5. is only an individual phenomenon; it has no connection to social groups.

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    330-331

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.11 – 11

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 100. The types of religious organization that tend to be seen by society as primary and most legitimate are .
  2. a. sects
  3. churches
  4. c. cults
  5. factions

 

ANSWER:                            b

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.22 – 22

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 101. Cults form around leaders with great , a quality attributed to individuals believed by their followers to have special
  2. a. humility
  3. intelligence
  4. c. charisma
  5. compassion

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.12 – 12

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 102. Research indicates that faith-based organizations
  2. a. enhance the participation of traditionally disadvantaged groups in the democratic
  3. violate the principle of separation of church and state.
  4. c. serve to make government more fundamentalist
  5. have had no significant influence on public life in the U.S.

 

ANSWER:                            a

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 103. What is the role of religion in the process of social change?
  2. a. religion may be oppressive, but not liberating
  3. religion may be liberating, but not oppressive
  4. c. religion may have a conservative influence, but may also be liberating
  5. there is no connection between religion and social change.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    334

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

TOPICS:                              Factual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 104. In the S., current attitudes toward the role of women in religion
  2. a. have changed very little over the past 25
  3. keep women from attending divinity school.
  4. c. support the ordination of women
  5. favor keeping women out of religious roles.

 

ANSWER:                            c

REFERENCES:                    334

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

TOPICS:                              Conceptual

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 105. Polyandry refers to the practice of men having multiple
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

  1. 106. Having othermothers is an adaptation to the demands of motherhood and work for African American
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 107. Industrialization is a major factor in the origin of the nuclear
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 108. As women entered the work force in larger numbers the family wage system that paid men assuming they are the primary breadwinner has
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 109. Functionalists and symbolic interactionists tend to be in agreement that the breakdown of the family is responsible

for most of society’s problems.

  1. a. True
  2. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    310-311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 110. Conflict theorists are especially interested in how families are affected by class, race, and
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 111. Historically, the primary source of family disruption was
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    312

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 112. Compared to 30 years ago, the proportion of married couples has declined as a proportion of all
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    313

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 113. Virtually all commuter marriages consist of couples who are relatively prosperous
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 114. Children of gay and lesbian parents tend to have lower educational outcomes than those of heterosexual
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 115. Approximately 40 percent of marriages involve
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

  1. 116. Discuss the distinctive characteristics of gay and lesbian households in terms of household roles, the impact of economic contributions to the household, and the effects on

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               MODIFIED

 

  1. 117. Being single is still heavily
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    315

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 118. Social class has little effect on egalitarian gender
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 119. Gay and lesbian families are unable to form long term relationships due to the lack of state support for their
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 120. In heterosexual marriages, women do far more work in the home than men do, and have much less leisure
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    316

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 121. Divorce is more difficult for children to adjust to than ongoing conflict within the parents’
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    317

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13. – 2-2

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 122. The most common perpetrators of elder abuse are
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    321

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.7 – 13. 2-2

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 123. Sociologists define religion as a category of experience separate from the mundane acts of everyday
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    324

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 124. Among industrialized nations, the S. is the country with the most generous maternity and child support programs.
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    322

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.8 – 8

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 125. Within the S., Christianity is often treated as if it were the national religion.
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 126. The form a religion takes reflects other features of the
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 127. Karl Marx believed that religion encourages passivity and acceptance of one’s
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 128. Religious socialization is always a slow and gradual process of learning religious beliefs and
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            False

REFERENCES:                    331

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 129. Religious identification tends to be correlated with one’s social
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 130. Cults generally exist outside of the mainstream of
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.12 – 12

OTHER:                               PICKUP

  1. 131. There has been an increasing influence of religion on politics in the United States
  2. a. True
  3. False

 

ANSWER:                            True

REFERENCES:                    332-333

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.13 – 13

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 132. In general, how do sociologists define family?

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.1 – 1

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 133. Describe the impact of industrialization on the family and gender roles within the S.; note the key differences in pre-industrial and post-industrial families.

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.3 – 13.1-1

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 134. Describe the influence of the family wage system on the nuclear

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    308

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 135. List and describe the features according to which kinship systems may be

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 136. Define serial monogamy; why did this concept emerge to describe marriage in the S.?

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    307

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE – 1.4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.7 – 13. 2-2

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 138. Explain the connection between feminist theory and conflict theory in terms of their views of the

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    311

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.4 – 4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 139. Outline the debate about children bring raised by gay or lesbian

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    314

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 140. Discuss the main social trends behind aging and the challenges American’s face concerning elderly care. What groups are most at risk?

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    324

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 141. Today’s family is one of the most rapidly change of all social institutions. Describe several recent changes in the

American family.

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    321

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.5 – 13. 4-4

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 142. Explain the difference between Durkheim’s concepts of the sacred and the profane.

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 143. Discuss how sociologists measure religiosity and its characteristics in the S.

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 145. Discuss the relationship between religious identification and

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    326

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 146. Define monotheism and polytheism; give an example of

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    327

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.9 – 9

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 147. Explain and critique of Weber’s theory on capitalism and the Protestant

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 148. Identify the functions of religion as identified by Emile

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    328

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.10 – 10

OTHER:                               PICKUP

 

  1. 149. How does symbolic interactionism help us understand religion as a social phenomenon? Explain the process of religious

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 150. Explain Marx’s idea of religion as a form of false

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    329

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 152. Compare a church and a sect. How do they differ by organization?

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    331

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 153. Discuss the changing religious identity of Latinos in the S.

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    331

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE. 5 – 4-4

OTHER:                               NEW

 

  1. 154. Discuss the role of religion in promoting and inhibiting social change; give

 

ANSWER:                            NOT GIVEN

REFERENCES:                    332

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  SESE.ANDE.13.23 – 23

OTHER:                               PICKUP

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