SOC 203 Week 3 Quiz
SOC 203 Week 3 Quiz
1. Which term indicates the likely return to crime of past criminals?
2. What type of crime does Megan’s Law address?
Child sexual abuse
3. Which of the following is NOT a major factor in the entry into war?
4. Which of the following is NOT one of the components of the tripartite model of the connection between substance abuse and crime?
5. Which sociological theory presumes that crimes occur in order to serve a purpose in society?
6. The drugs that have been made illegal by law are the most harmful to society.
7. Sociological data suggests that ______ in 5 women are victims of sexual assault during their college years.
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8. Which drug contributes to the most deaths worldwide?
9. What is the most prevalent form of domestic violence?
10. Which sociological phenomenon describes the idea that women are more likely to receive shorted sentences from judges as a result of their gender?
The chivalry hypothesis
1. Who was disproportionately affected by the U.S. housing crisis?
2. The U.S. Census is an example of a qualitative method of analysis.
3. Which of the following is NOT a method of qualitative analysis?
4. ALL BUT ONE of the following developed nations has more upward mobility than the United States:
5. According to the text, the difference between individual __________________ and a social problem depends on the societal condition reflected by the issue.
6. In an attempt to completely understand a social problem, which theory might be best applied?
The Marxist Conflict Perspective
Weber’s Conflict Perspective
The Functionalist Perspective
A combination of theories should be applied.
7. Which type of interaction defines other groups as morally or intellectually inferior?
Trading power for patronage
8. What type of consumption reflects economic inequality and contributes to social inequity?
9. The symbolic meaning of gestures is culturally relative.
10. What allows us to distinguish a societal problem from an individual problem?
The sociological lens
The sociological imagination
Public issues debates