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Question 1.1. Sociological Perspective that views society as balanced. (Points : 8)

      [removed] The Functionalist Perspective 
      [removed] The Conflict Perspective 
      [removed] Symbolic Interactionism 
      [removed] Cultural Relativity
 
      [removed] None of the above

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Question 2.2. Sociological Perspective that views society as imbalanced. (Points : 8)

      [removed] The Functionalist Perspective 
      [removed] The Conflict Perspective Perspective
      [removed] Symbolic Interactionism 
      [removed] Cultural Relativity
 
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 3.3. Social theory that contends that reality is constructed; each society determined how social action is understood. (Points : 8)

      [removed] The Functionalist Perspective 
      [removed] The Conflict Perspective Perspective
      [removed] Symbolic Interactionism
      [removed] Cultural Relativity
 
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 4.4. The deep felt belief that your culture is superior to all others. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Capitalism 
      [removed] Ethnocentrism
      [removed] Traditional Racism
      [removed] Modern Racism
 
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 5.5. Suspending one’s ethnocentric judgments in order to understand and appreciate another culture. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Capitalism 
      [removed] Ethnocentrism 
      [removed] Symbolic Interactionism 
      [removed] Cultural Relativity
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 6.6. The acquisition and display of expensive items to attract attention to one’s wealth or to suggest that one is wealthy. (Points : 7)

      [removed] Capitalism 
      [removed] Conspicuous Consumption
      [removed] Symbolic Interactionism 
      [removed] Cultural Relativity
 
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 7.7. Process by which the experience of everyday life, marked by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, is becoming standardized around the world. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Capitalism 
      [removed] Socialisms
      [removed] Globalization
      [removed] Conspicuous Consumption
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 8.8. An economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately or corporately owned. (Points : 7)

      [removed] Capitalism
      [removed] Socialisms
      [removed] Globalization
 
      [removed] Conspicuous Consumption
      [removed] 
None of the above

 

Question 9.9. An attribution of inferiority to a particular racial group and the use of the principle to justify the unequal treatment of this group. (Points : 7)

      [removed] Traditional Racism
      [removed] Modern Racism
      [removed] Institutional Discrimination
      [removed] b and c
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 10.10. A type of subtle prejudicial behavior that has advanced to a degree that is much more difficult to see. (Points : 7)

      [removed] Traditional Racism
      [removed] Modern Racism
      [removed] Institutional Discrimination
      [removed] b and c
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 11.11. Any organization, such as a government or structured social group, which encourages or promotes discrimination. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Institutional Discrimination
      [removed] Conspicuous Discrimination 
      [removed] Globalized Discrimination  
      [removed] Symbolic Discrimination
      [removed] None of the above

 

Question 12.12. The act, process, or result of abolishing racial segregation. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Deinstitutionalization 
      [removed] Desegregation
      [removed] Deregulations
      [removed] All of the above
      [removed] None of the above

 

 

Question 13.13. This act, signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on July 2 prohibited discrimination in public places, provided for the integration of schools and other public facilities, and made employment discrimination illegal. (Points : 8)

      [removed] Civil Rights Act of 1962
      [removed] Civil Rights Act of 1963 
      [removed] Civil Rights Act of 1964 
      [removed] Civil Rights Act of 1966
 


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