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

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam
Class:SOC 1004 - Introductory Sociology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2000
  • Relative Deprivation Theory
  • Acting Crowd
  • Voluntary Organization
  • Contagion Theory
  • Utilitarian Organization
  • Deindividualization
  • Essentialist
  • Emergent Norm Theory
  • Emergent-Norm Theory
  • Reputational Method
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SOC 1004 FINAL EXAM Spring 2000 Introductory Sociology FINAL EXAM -- SPRING 2000 Professor Michael Hughes Mark the BEST answer on the opscan sheet. An answer is correct because of something in the readings or something in the lectures. 1. A(n) __ is one in which people subjectively orient their actions toward others. 1. experimental situation 2. social situation 3. causal situation 4. indivudualistic situation 2. TRUE or FALSE: According to the reading by Collins and Makowsky, discussed in class, the social world as we know it is easily understood by common sense. 1. TRUE 2. FALSE 3. TRUE or FALSE: One of the three criteria used to determine causality is "verstehen." 1. TRUE 2. FALSE 4. People tend to view __ as less important than mores and laws. 1. social events 2. collective behaviors 3. folkways 4. cultural lags 5. __ involves the movement from one social status to another of equal rank. 1. Intergenerational mobility 2. Horizontal mobility 3. Vertical ...

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