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A main focus of Sociology is the study of _________.
a) relationships b) science c) cognitive functions d) history
The social science that deals with the behavior and thinking of organisms is
a) history b) economics c) psychology d) sociology
Who was the speaker on the TED Talk involving social networks?
a) Durkheim b) Christakis c) Miller d) Marx
Who coined the term sociology to describe the study of society?
a) Spencer b) Durkheim c) Johnson d) Comte
Which of the following was not a reason provided for transference in the TED video The Hidden Influence of Social Networks?
a) assimilation b) confounding c) homophily d) induction
Which television sit-com did we watch to discuss the impact and importance of folkways?
a) CSI b) The Office c) Parks and Rec d) The Voice
People who view society as a set of interrelated parts that work together to produce a stable social system are said to employ the _________ perspective.
a) conflict b) interactionist c) manifest d) functionalist
The physical objects that people create and use form a group’s
a) material culture b) non-material culture c) societal norms d) folkways
The tendency to view one’s own culture and group as superior is called
a) synergy b) mores c) ethnocentrism d) cultural relativism
The game of basketball is considered
a) culture complex b) culture trait c) culture outlier d) culture pattern
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