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Question 1
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Peter finds that he always reacts differently to correction from his father than from his mother. What might a symbolic interactionist studying families make of this situation?
Group of answer choices

Peter’s lack of respect for his mother means he’ll probably get divorced when he’s older.

Peter needs a sibling.

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Peter needs professional counseling.

Peter plays different roles with his father and mother.

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Question 2
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Regina lives in a society in which children are related to their father’s relatives but not their mother’s relatives. What type of descent system does this illustrate?
Group of answer choices

bilateral

patrilineal

matrilineal

unilateral

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Question 3
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Which perspective is most aligned with the belief that family provides to society economic production, socialization of children, care of the sick and aged, and reproduction?
Group of answer choices

the symbolic interactionist perspective

the functionalist perspective

the feminist perspective

the conflict perspective

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Question 4
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What is the relationship, if any, between people who cohabitate and then get married, and those people who wait to live together after they marry?
Group of answer choices

Cohabitating, unmarried partners have a slightly higher divorce rate after they get married than those who don’t cohabitate until after marriage.

It does not matter because divorce occurs when two people are incompatible and does not depend on how long people have lived with each other.

Cohabitating, unmarried partners have the exact same divorce rate as the people who don’t cohabitate until marriage.

Cohabitating, unmarried partners have a slightly lower divorce rate after they get married than those who don’t cohabitate until after marriage.

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Question 5
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Anthony and Cathy Smith have been married for thirty-one years. They have always had a joint bank account, discuss big expenditures before making them, and share household duties. Which term best describes the Smith family based on this information?
Group of answer choices

extended

bilateral

egalitarian.

unilateral

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Question 6
1.75 pts
To a conflict theorist, marriage and families
are fascinating because:
Group of answer choices

No one ever gets what they want, so everyone
compromises.

All married men and women fight every single day of their lives.

Within the family are social standings and power
struggles

All teenagers always fight with their parents.

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Question 7
1.75 pts
Why do sociologists find the study of family to be so important when trying to grasp the mores and norms of a culture?

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Families tend to be apathetic towards culture whereas young unmarried people reinforce social rituals and ideologies.

Families almost never reinforce the values of the society in which they live, and thus can bring about change without much effort.

Families provide for each other as well as carry out and teach a particular culture to other members of the family.

Families are so isolated from society at large that they become tiny independent societies.

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Question 8
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Watching television shows can be a good way to understand and study families because they teach us how a family on screen can represent the values of the era in which they aired.
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True

False

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Question 9
1.75 pts
What is the relationship between intimate partner violence (IPV) and marriage?
Group of answer choices

Men and women who are married experience considerably more abuse, than those who are cohabitating, or separated.

Men and women who are married experience less abuse, than those who are separated or cohabitating.

Men and women who are married feel empowered to report abuse, thus the statistics we have on IPV between married couples are very accurate.

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Question 10
1.75 pts
When Maria married John, she moved to John’s house which was adjacent to his parent’s house. Her mother-in-law was always over giving Maria advice on everything from decorating to icing cakes. Maria lives in a:
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Patrilocal residence

Matrilocal residence

Patridistant residence

Matridistant residence

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Question 11
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Adults living together in a sexual relationship without being married is known as ________.
Group of answer choices

cohabitation

roommates

pre-marriage partnership

significant partnership

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Question 12
1.75 pts
Which sociological perspective emphasizes housework as “women’s work” and mowing the lawn as “men’s work” in a traditional orientation toward household chores?
Group of answer choices

feminist

conflict

functionalist

symbolic interactionist

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Question 13
1.75 pts
Which sociological perspective emphasizes power as the major source of difficulties between married men and women?
Group of answer choices

functionalist

structuralist

symbolic interactionist

conflict

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Question 14
1.75 pts
Peggy accepts a job offer as an advertising copywriter. Her boss immediately assigns her campaigns for products such as makeup and cleaning products. Peggy asks for different clients, but her boss tells her she should stick to what she and “her kind” know best.┬áPeggy is experiencing :
Group of answer choices

Homophobia

Masochism

Sexism

Sexual orientation

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Question 15
1.75 pts
True or false: A person’s sex, as determined by his or her biology, does not always correspond with his or her gender.
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 16
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<p align=”LEFT”>argue that gender roles were established well before the pre-industrial era when men typically took care of responsibilities outside of the home, such as hunting, and women typically took care of the domestic responsibilities in or around the home.</p>
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argue that gender roles were established well before the pre-industrial era when men typically took care of responsibilities outside of the home, such as hunting, and women typically took care of the domestic responsibilities in or around the home.

[ Choose ]

Feminist Theory

Structural functionalism

Conflict Theory

society is a struggle for dominance among social groups (like women versus men) that compete for scarce resources.

[ Choose ]

Feminist Theory

Structural functionalism

Conflict Theory

considers the role of the family in perpetuating male dominance. In patriarchal societies, men’s contributions are seen as more valuable than those of women.

[ Choose ]

Feminist Theory

Structural functionalism

Conflict Theory

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Question 17
1.75 pts
Alfred Kinsey was among the first to conceptualize sexuality as a continuum rather than a strict
dichotomy of gay or straight. To classify this continuum of heterosexuality and homosexuality, Kinsey:
Group of answer choices

created a six-point rating scale that ranges from exclusively heterosexual to exclusively homosexual.

coined the term “homosocial” to oppose “homosexual,” describing non-sexual same-sex relations.

suggested that the same owner-worker relationship seen in the labor force is also seen in the household, with women assuming the role of the proletariat.

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Question 18
1.75 pts
What is the Kinsey Scale?
Group of answer choices

An in-depth guide to measure whether a loved one is homosexual or heterosexual.

A religious test which classifies a person’s ability to live as a heterosexual.

A six-point rating system that ranges from exclusively heterosexual to exclusively homosexual orientation.

An instructional manual explaining acceptable homosexual, heterosexual, and bisexual behavior.

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Question 19
1.75 pts
Which of the following contributes to the myths surrounding male and female learning abilities in the classroom?
Group of answer choices

Giving males more opportunity to expand on their ideas.

All of the above.

Praising males for right answers more often than praising females.

Placing males and females in competition with each other.

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Question 20
1.75 pts
The United States prides itself on being the land of the “free,” but it is rather restrictive when it comes to its citizens’ general attitudes about sex compared to other industrialized nations. American culture is particularly restrictive in its attitudes about sex when it comes to women and sexuality.
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 21
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A person’s sex, as determined by his or her biology, does not always correspond with his or her
gender.
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 22
1.75 pts
Fewer than 10% of Americans feel that giving teens information about sex and how to obtain and use protection will not encourage them to have sexual relations earlier than they would under an abstinence program.
Group of answer choices

True

False

Flag question: Question 23
Question 23
1.75 pts
What is the difference between sex and gender?
Group of answer choices

Sex refers to who a person is sexually attracted to, and gender refers to whom a person chooses to partner with.

Sex refers to physical or physiological differences between males and females, while gender is the extent to which one identifies as being either masculine or feminine.

Sex is the extent to which one identifies as being either masculine or feminine, gender is biological characterization of anatomy.

Sex refers to sexual orientation, and gender refers to physical or physiological differences between males and females.

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Question 24
1.75 pts
The dichotomous view of gender (the notion that one is either male or female) is universal.
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 25
1.75 pts
What is the purpose of queer theory?
Group of answer choices

To examine the genetic differences between the heterosexual population and homosexual population.

To question the ways society perceives and experiences sex, gender, and sexuality.

To determine whether sexual orientation is a product of nature or nurture.

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