Who among the following analysts of social change used the term 'rentiers and speculators'?
In the metaphor of the ''looking-glass self''the looking glass represents.
the expressed judgment of one's peers
the imagined judgments of others
the persons's self-feeling such as pride
all of the above
Traditional working class identity was based around.
shared working conditions in the manufacturing industry
the class consciousness of members of the proletariat
local communities extended kinship networks and shared leisure pursuits
collective aspirations to move into the middle class
None of these
both a and b
The term proximate determinants of fertility was coined by
Twentieth century has been called by
The practice of U.S corporations movings their production facilities abroad is called
Ibne Khaldun in his theories is near to.
All of above
The research on an isolated Amazon tribe.
supports the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis
shows that perceptions affect reality
language affects perceptions of reality
only A and C
The Protestant Ethic supported capitalism through the religious doctrine that praised.
hard work and thrift
turning the other cheek
According to sociologists trade unions may have advanced interests of workers during early twentieth century and regular negotiation between workers and management may now be frequent activity are called
Labour activity has been weekend
Work remains degrading
The law still favor the rich
A reference group is a(n).
group of which one is member without having asked to be
formal or informal organization to which one belongs
hierarchical system in an organization
group to which an individual aspires to belong
Which of these countries has the largest number of people living on less than $1.25 a day?
A researcher will settle for pinpointing a correlation when.
a causal relationship is of no consequence
a causal relationship is difficult to prove
variables are vaguely defined
research monies are not forthcoming
Theoretical approaches can only be said to be valid if.
the theorist has researched the literature thoroughly
they have been tested out by means of factual research
they are written in such a way as to be impossible to disprove
they are shared by a large enough number of theorists
When interaction is guided by shared and patterned expectations of behavior the social system has acquired a(n).
social value system
Cultural growth is
an occasional process
a continuing process
not at all a process
something very insignificant
Cultural lag is a difference between
two material cultures.
two non-material cultures.
material and non-material cultures.
economic and political cultures.
As of the late 1990s.
black unemployment was the same as that of whites
blacks and whites had the same average income
blacks and whites graduated from college at the same rate
at least 40 percent of blacks were squarely in the middle class
dose not exist in large urban industrial societies
is insufficient to maintain social order in complex societies
can only be exerted through the institution of religion
is best when exerted by forces outside the individual
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