- Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Emile Durkheim
- Identify the three sociologists who played a part in the development of sociology's structural-functional approach.
- being openly political.
- The social-conflict approach sometimes receives criticism for
- Each player understands the game a little differently.
- Which of the following statements is based on a symbolic-interaction analysis of sports?
- Harriet Martineau
- Who helped launch the discipline of sociology by studying the evils of slavery and also by translating the writings of Auguste Comte?
- how sports reflect social inequality
- Which of the following would be the focus of a social-conflict analysis of sports?
- In many ways, men are in positions of power over women.
- Which of the following statements might be made by a sociologist using the gender-conflict approach?
- It ignores inequality that can generate tension and conflict.
- Which of the following is an accurate criticism of the structural-functional approach?
- ignores the influence of factors such as culture, class, gender, and race.
- A criticism of the symbolic-interaction approach is that it
- Jane Addams
- Which pioneering sociologist founded Chicago's Hull House to assist immigrants and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize?
- keeping young people out of the labor force, which may not have jobs for them
- Which of the following is the BEST example of a latent function of going to college?
- latent functions
- Building social relationships and creating jobs are two of the ____ of sports.
- latent functions.
- Unrecognized and unintended consequences of a social pattern are called
- less a system than an ongoing process.
- Using the symbolic-interaction approach, sports becomes
- Max Weber
- Which of the following founding sociologists urged sociologists to understand a social setting from the point of view of the people in it?
- manifest functions.
- The recognized and intended consequences of a social pattern are referred to as
- may be dysfunctional for another category.
- Robert Merton explained that what is functional for one category of a society's population
- not critical of inequalities based on social class, race, ethnicity, and gender
- Which of the following is a criticism of the structural-functional approach?
- People typically seek mates who offer as much as they do.
- Which of the following statements reflects a social-exchange analysis?
- providing recreation and physical conditioning
- Which of the following is a manifest function of sports?
- Robert K. Merton
- Who was the U.S. sociologist who distinguished between the manifest functions and the latent functions of social patterns?
- social structure
- Which concept is used to describe relatively stable patterns of social behavior?
- social-conflict approach.
- The "framework for building theory that sees society as an arena of inequality that generates conflict and change" is the
- The main characteristic of the _____ approach is its view of society as being orderly and stable.
- structural-functional and social-conflict
- The _____ approaches are macro-level, describing societies in broad terms.
- structural-functional approach.
- The theoretical approach in sociology that assumes society is a complex system whose parts work together to promote solidarity and stability is the
- symbolic-interaction approach
- Which theoretical approach claims that it is not so much what people do that matters as much as what meaning they attach to their behavior?
- the consequences of social patterns for the operation of society
- Which of the following BEST describes the focus of the structural-functional approach?
- the human body.
- Herbert Spencer described human society as a complex system having much in common with
- the positions typically played by white and black players.
- Racial discrimination in professional sports is evident today in
- the race-conflict approach
- Which theoretical approach would highlight the fact that, on average, African American families have less income than white families?
- the structural-functional approach
- Which theoretical approach was used by the early sociologists Auguste Comte and Emile Durkheim?
- they are American citizens who have a second identity based on skin color.
- W.E.B. Du Bois described African Americans as having a "double consciousness" because
- to bring about greater social justice.
- Karl Marx, speaking for the social-conflict approach, argued that the point of studying society was
- tracking provides some students with far better schooling than others.
- Looking at the operation of U.S. schools, the social-conflict approach might lead a sociologist to conclude that
- two people on an airplane getting to know one another
- Which of the following examples illustrates a micro-level focus?
- W.E.B. Du Bois
- Which early sociologist received the first doctorate ever awarded by Harvard University to a person of color?
- What are the consequences of marriage for the operation of society?
- Using the structural-functional approach, which of the following questions might you ask about marriage?
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