RCC SOC 1 - Study Guide (22 pages)

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Riverside City College
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Soc 1 - Intro to Sociology
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Riverside Community College Introduction to Sociology Test 1 Study guide 1 Sociology is defined as the a systematic study of human society and social interaction b methodological analysis of groups and individuals c scientific analysis of premodern people d academic discipline that examines individual human behavior 2 A is a large social grouping that shares the same geographical territory and is subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations a culture b society c nation d country 3 defines a relationship in which the lives of all people are intertwined closely and any one nation s problems are part of a larger global problem a Societal cohesiveness b Universal cooperation c Global interdependence d International interlock 4 On average a suicide occurs in the U S approximately every minutes a 5 b 10 c 16 d 23 5 Which group below has the highest rate of suicide a white males 6 7 8 9 b white females c black males d black females In 2004 the average suicide rate in the U S was per 100 000 population a 3 b 11 c 18 d 25 According to sociologist C Wright Mills the ability to see the relationship between individual experiences and the larger society is referred to as the a conflict perception b sociological imagination c reality perception d symbolic interaction approach Becky is taking a course at a university in Bombay India as a part of a student exchange program She is having difficulty accepting many of the local customs including the status of cows the caste system and the apparent lack of respect women receive Becky is making a sincere effort however to understand the Indian customs and to place this behavior within a broader social context In view of this Becky is engaging the a self fulfilling prophecy b bystander paradigm c sociological imagination d reality principle are private problems that affect individuals and the networks of people with which they associate regularly these problems must be solved by individuals within their



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