Sociology 111 Quiz 1 Essay

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According to Max Weber, the Protestant ethic was a central factor in the birth of ________. A. capitalism

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Karl Marx suggested that the force which drives human history and is at the core of human progress is ________. A. class conflict

Question 3 of 25 1.0 Points

The concept used to describe opening a window into unfamiliar worlds that allows us to understand human behavior by placing it within its broader social context is called ________. A. the sociological imagination

Question 4 of 25 1.0 Points

Of the following influences, the one that C. Wright Mills most attributed to being the one that
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Question 24 of 25 1.0 Points

Although formal education is intended to transmit knowledge and skills, it unintentionally teaches students that the same rules apply to everyone. This universality reflects what sociologists describe as ________. A. a signaling system B. a pattern variable C. a latent function D. a manifest function

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According to Max Weber, the Protestant ethic was a central factor in the birth of ________. A. capitalism B. democracy C. socialism D. bureaucracy

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Karl Marx suggested that the force which drives human history and is at the core of human progress is ________. A. class conflict B. religion C. family D. education

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The concept used to describe opening a window into unfamiliar worlds that allows us to understand human behavior by placing it within its broader social context is called ________. A. the sociological imagination B. social location C. social integration D. the social imperative

Question 4 of 25 1.0 Points

Of the following influences, the one that C. Wright Mills most attributed to being the one that sociologists would use to explain individual behavior is ________. A.

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