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Past Exam for SOC 1004 - Introductory Sociology with Hughes at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:Hughes
Class:SOC 1004 - Introductory Sociology
Subject:Sociology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2001
Keywords:
  • Voluntary Organization
  • Utilitarian Organization
  • Significant Other
  • Social Situation
  • Egocentric Bias
  • Natural Sciences
  • Generalized Other
  • Perspective
  • Social Comparisons
  • Counterculture
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: i r ! I f ~ ---- . - . . --- - ------.~-~ Introductory Sociology First Exam - Fall 2001 Professor Michael Hughes Importapt pota: (1) Your answer must be marked on your on your opsrag form for it to count. (2) Your .DaIDi!. and ~ must be on your opscan form for your exam to count. Mark the BESI answer on your opscan form. There are SO questions. 1. According to the text, Durkheim argued that modem societies are held together by: 1. mechanical solidarity 2. organic solidarity 3. sexual interests 4. tele-conununications 2. Postmodemism is an intellectual movemeti: that: 1. is deeply distrustful of science and the principle of objectivity 2. argues that science can and should be more objective 3. argues that science is the only objective way to knowledge 4. argues that both religion and science are objective and valid methods of uncovering knowledge 3. According to interactionists, society and social interaction are possible because: 1. of social struct...

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