A person does poorly on a college chemistry test and later tells a friend “The exam wasn’t fair! There were trick s and it covered material that we weren’t assigned! “This is an example of______________?

A person does poorly on a college chemistry test and later tells a friend “The exam wasn’t fair! There were trick s and it covered material that we weren’t assigned! “This is an example of______________?

A. reverse socialization
B. face-work
C. studied nonobservance
D. anticipatory socialization

Dying_______________?

Dying_______________?

A. is one social phenomenon that has changed little over time
B. is less bureaucratic than it was in the past
C. is a biological event with no associated social reality?
D. requires a new definition of self

The Thomas theorem states that________________?

The Thomas theorem states that________________?

A. nonverbal communication constitutes the majority of a message in communication
B. verbal communication is more important than touch and touch is more important than artifacts in communicating a message
C. definitions of the situation differ, and common understanding is impossible
D. if situations are defined as real they are real in their consequences

The process of social interaction by which people acquire the knowledge attitudes values and behaviors essential for effective participation in society is called_____________?

The process of social interaction by which people acquire the knowledge attitudes values and behaviors essential for effective participation in society is called_____________?

A. culture
B. definition of the situation
C. social communication
D. socialization

Sociologists believe that_______________?

Sociologists believe that_______________?

A. Biology being the major constraints does not allow any change in human nature hence socialization does not change much of human individual nature
B. Individual is the product of social group within which he is socialized
C. The nature-nurture controversy has ended in favor of nurture and the bio-sociologists have failed to promote their thesis
D. None of these