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Past Exam for SOC 2014 - Dating, Marriage and Divorce with Glynn at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 2
Professor:Glynn
Class:SOC 2014 - Dating, Marriage and Divorce
Subject:Sociology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 1998
Keywords:
  • Cognitive Coping
  • Marriage Market
  • Platonic Relationship
  • Intermarriage
  • Focused Attention
  • Relationships
  • Relationship
  • Circumstances
  • Romantic Relationship
  • Negative Life Events
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zSociology 2014 Fall, 1998 SECOND EXAM Honor Code: This test is given under the provision of the VPI&SU Student Honor Code. No assistance is to be given to or received from another student, and no notes or other study aids are permitted. It is your responsibility to notify me or the Honor Court if you suspect that a violation of the Honor Code has occurred. This test has 50 multiple choice and 10 true-false questions. Part I. Multiple Choice INSTRUCTIONS: Mark the BEST answer on your op-scan. According to the text, intimate relationships: ~ 3) 4 ) can cushion the impact of negative life events. require little input once they have been established. are more important in childhood than in adulthood. are by definition positi~e. 2. According to the lecture. people who cohabit before marriage are more likely to divorce than people who don't. This is partly because people who cohabit before marriage: 1) have fewer personal problems than people who don't. 2) have more co...

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