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Question 1

  1. Which of the following is a victimless crime?
    spreading a computer virus
    voter fraud
    illegal gambling
    telling lies

3 points

Question 2

  1. Which of the following best expresses the nature of deviance?
    Deviance refers to bad behavior.
    Behavior that is considered deviant in one place is usually considered deviant in another place.
    Most people agree on whether or not certain behaviors are deviant.
    Whether an act is labeled deviant or not depends on many factors, including location and audience.

3 points

Question 3

  1. Which of the following represents a function of deviance?
    A high crime rate in a small city results in the creation of a community watch.
    A gang robs from a church fundraiser.
    A series of carjackings results in more people locking up their cars.
    Several early Catholic popes had long term relationships with women and fathered children with them.

3 points

Question 4

  1. When would supplying minors with alcohol be considered a misdemeanor?
    when the offender is the legal guardian of the minor
    when there is more than one offender
    when the offender is sentenced to more than one year in prison
    when the offender is sentenced to less than one year in prison

3 points

Question 5

  1. Committing murder is generally considered deviant behavior. In
    which case would it NOT be widely considered to constitute deviant
    behavior?
    when the murderer is never caught
    when the murderer pleads guilty to a lesser charge
    when the murderer pleads insanity
    when an individual murders someone in self-defense

3 points

Question 6

  1. Civil rights protests leading to laws guaranteeing equal rights exemplifies the function of deviance.
    social change
    employment
    confirmation of moral boundaries
    financial

3 points

Question 7

  1. All are ways that deviance contributes to the stability of society EXCEPT for which of the following?
    Deviance affirms norms and values.
    Deviance employs people.
    Deviance confirms moral boundaries.
    Deviance prevents social change.

3 points

Question 8

  1. Which of the following is the primary distinction between folkways and mores?
    A folkway is a norm and a more is not.
    Folkways are casual norms and mores are important norms.
    Folkways are the norms of the middle class and mores are the norms of the upper class.
    A more is a norm and a folkway is not.

3 points

Question 9

  1. Murder is a violation of a _______________, while picking one’s nose in public represents a violation of a _______________.
    more; folkway
    folkway; law
    more; taboo
    taboo; folkway

3 points

Question 10

  1. Which of the following is key to defining the medicalization of deviance?
    transformation from badness to sickness
    transformation from sickness to illness
    combination of sickness and abnormality
    transformation of healthy deviance to unhealthy deviance

3 points

Question 11

  1. Mandhur, an older Tunisian man, is training for a marathon. His
    daughter finds out and suggests that Mandhur should avoid strenuous
    activity because “he’s not getting any younger.” What does this reflect?
    heterosexism
    sexism
    racism
    ageism

3 points

Question 12

  1. When meeting an older person, Armi frequently says, “I’m so glad you’re up and around!” Why does this reflect ageism?

    because younger people should always refer to older people more respectfully
    because it reflects an assumption that older people are not mobile or capable of getting around on their own
    because it is sexist
    because older people don’t like to be reminded of their age

3 points

Question 13

  1. Why is retirement defined as a social change?
    because it involves primary aging
    because is involves leaving one shared community and joining another
    because it involves senescence
    because it involves selecting activities to optimize enjoyment

3 points

Question 14

  1. Ageism, like racism and sexism, involves both ______________ and
    an institutional set of practices that provide an advantage to the
    dominant group.
    an ideology
    elder abuse
    uninstitutionalized minority groups
    an internalization

3 points

Question 15

  1. In _________, older people often speak of death without fear and as a natural end of life that will bring peace.
    the Philippines
    the United States
    Southeast Asia
    Ghana

3 points

Question 16

  1. Older women in the United States are typically assumed to be asexual. Why does this represent ageism?
    because it is discriminatory
    because it is true
    because it is a stereotype
    because it is racist

3 points

Question 17

  1. Despite his years of experience, Robert was passed over for a
    promotion in favor of a man who had only been working in the industry
    for a few years. When Robert questioned upper management, they said they
    weren’t sure if Robert could keep up with the rapidly changing
    technology. This would be an example of which of the following?
    cultural competency
    senescence
    stereotypes
    institutional ageism

3 points

Question 18

  1. The doctor understands that his patient values autonomy and
    individual choice in end-of-life care, and seeks aggressive treatment.
    Based on these culturally specific desires, which country below is the
    patient probably from?
    North Korea
    The United States
    Vietnam
    South Korea

3 points

Question 19

  1. Which type of aging is described by the subculture of aging theory?
    psychological
    social
    secondary
    primary

3 points

Question 20

  1. Why is naturally occurring male pattern baldness a form of primary aging?
    because all men lose their hair
    because it is always caused by poor diet
    because it is biological
    because it is controllable

3 points

Question 21

  1. The process of globalization often begins with a ___________ motive(s) on the part of the country or corporation.
    multiple
    single

3 points

Question 22

  1. The country of Nigeria is very rich in oil but its people are very
    poor. With economic globalization most of the money goes to
    __________________.
    to human aid nonprofits
    funding infrastructure in the country
    funding social services
    to corporations and high level politicians

3 points

Question 23

  1. Which of the following could be considered a benefit of globalization?
    increased autonomy of local government
    increased power of local government
    wealth spread more evenly in the nation
    the potential for increased wealth

3 points

Question 24

  1. _______________ refers to the process of integrating governments,
    cultures, and financial markets through international trade into a
    single world market.
    Globalization
    Free enterprise

3 points

Question 25

  1. A cited benefit of globalization would include which of the following?
    increased autonomy of local government
    increased power of local government
    the creation of international awareness and empowerment
    wealth spread more evenly in the nation

3 points

Question 26

  1. Which of the following statements about the impact of new media on society is true?
    New media is easy for authorities to monitor, which makes it harder to commit criminal acts.
    New media is a way to solve the digital divide.
    New media is difficult for authorities to monitor, which makes it hard to suppress information.
    New media is a direct result of the knowledge gap.

3 points

Question 27

  1. Technology refers to which of the following?
    the combination of complicated, sophisticated, electrical components
    scientific developments that occurred in the industrial era
    human engineering that involves computers
    the application of science to address the problems of daily life

3 points

Question 28

  1. Which of the following are examples of technology? (Select all that apply.)
    a cellphone
    a bridge
    a road
    a national park

3 points

Question 29

  1. For the Hispanic population, alone, regardless of economics or geography, ______________ seems to limit technology use.
    ethnicity
    gender
    age
    class

3 points

Question 30

  1. When comparing men and women on their ability to access technology, which of the following statements is most accurate?
    Men feel less confident in their Internet skills.
    Women are more skilled at distinguishing reliable sites from unreliable sites.
    Men are better able to use online databases than women.
    Women feel less confident in their Internet skills.

3 points

Question 31

  1. Which of the following accurately describes the impact of technology in the post-millennial criminal justice system?
    The ability to accurately predict who will become a criminal when they reach adulthood has prevented a number of crimes.
    The ability to definitively determine who is insane and who is not has prevented the execution of the mentally ill.
    The ability to psychologically screen police officers for racism and sexism has ended the practice of racial profiling.
    The ability to ascertain innocence through DNA testing has saved the lives of people on death row.

3 points

Question 32

  1. Which of the following summarize the difference between traditional media and new media?
    New media is cutting-edge, while traditional material is obsolete.
    Traditional media is digital, while new media is 3D.
    Traditional media is printed, while new media is digital/interactive.
    New media is better than traditional media.

3 points

Question 33

  1. Which of the following describes a possible negative impact of new media on society?
    oligopolic control of traditional media
    homogenization of new media
    consolidation of new media
    cultural imperialism and the loss of local culture

3 points

Question 34

  1. Which of the following statements about the impact of technological inequality is true?
    The knowledge gap leads to the digital divide.
    The digital divide results in the global digital divide.
    The digital divide can also refer to lacking access to the kind of online technology that allows for empowerment, not just entertainment.
    The digital divide can also refer to the people who don’t want to access the Internet for religious reasons, like the Amish.

3 points

Question 35

  1. As technological devices get smaller and more mobile, larger
    percentages of minority groups are accessing the Internet using
    __________________.
    their laptops
    the public library
    local Internet cafes
    their phones

3 points

Question 36

  1. Globally, ________of the world’s 7 billion plus population currently resides in urban areas.
    70%
    41%
    23%
    54%

3 points

Question 37

  1. ________ refers to members of the middle and upper classes entering city areas that have been historically less affluent.
    gentrification
    sustainable development
    urbanization
    demographic transition

3 points

Question 38

  1. In Singapore, in 2014, the Central Intelligence Agency of the
    United States estimated that the average number of children that would
    be born per woman if all women lived to the end of their childbearing
    years and bore children according to a given fertility rate at each age
    is .80. What did the CIA measure?
    population growth
    fertility rate
    mortality rate
    fecundity rate

3 points

Question 39

  1. Malthusians are ecological ________, while cornucopians are ecological ________.
    traditionalists; mavericks
    pessimists; optimists
    optimists; pessimist
    realists; shepherds

3 points

Question 40

  1. What summarizes the basic difference between Malthusians and cornucopians?
    Malthusians think overpopulation will destroy humanity, while cornucopians believe that environmental collapse will destroy humanity.
    Malthusians are more pessimistic than cornucopians.
    Cornucopians are more pessimistic than Malthusians.
    Cornucopians believe that overpopulation will destroy humanity, while Malthusians believe that environmental collapse will destroy humanity.

3 points

Question 41

  1. Which of the following do people typically consider a positive social change caused by modern technology?
    employers expect employees to be responsive and available all the time through use of smart phones
    information stored on servers are vulnerable to being hacked
    information is widely made available to people
    some people are unable to use the technology and are left behind in society

3 points

Question 42

  1. A reform movement does which of the following?
    It seeks to change something specific about the social structure.
    It seeks to provoke inner change or spiritual growth in individuals.
    It seeks to prevent or undo change to social structure.
    It seeks to change every aspect of society.

3 points

Question 43

  1. Alcoholics Anonymous would be considered a social movement?
    revolutionary
    resistance
    reform
    redemptive

3 points

Question 44

  1. Advancements in medicine have led people to live longer. This resulted in which of the following?
    decrease in need for labor force
    increase in need for elder care
    decrease in need for housing in warmer climates
    decrease in the digital divide

3 points

Question 45

  1. Which of the following BEST describes the direct result of people
    leaving their farms in favor of urban centers with more industrialized
    jobs?
    increase in available housing
    increase in family size
    decrease in family size
    decrease in available housing

3 points

Question 46

  1. The need of daycare and even after school activities for children is a direct result of __________________.
    more men entering the workforce
    more men staying at home to raise children
    more women entering the workforce
    more women staying at home to raise children

3 points

Question 47

  1. When discussing social movements, the institutionalization stage of the life cycle involves which of the following?
    people being paid for activism
    people organizing and coming together
    people leaving the organization or movement
    people becoming aware of an issue

3 points

Question 48

  1. When discussing social movements, the preliminary stage of evolution involves which of the following?
    people organizing and coming together
    people being paid for activism
    people leaving the organization or movement
    people becoming aware of an issue

3 points

Question 49

  1. Which of the following are ways that revolution and war change society? (Select all that apply.)
    reducing population
    making it more likely that families will stay together
    changing social norms
    straining economic and human resources

3 points

Question 50

  1. The Women’s Rights movement called for legal and social equality for women. This is an example of which type of movement?
    reform
    revolutionary
    redemptive
    resistance

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