Questiondevry SOCS315 all quiz (week 2, week 4, week 6) week 2 Week 2: Sexuality & Intimate Relationships – Quiz Question : (TCO 3) ___________ describes societal attitudes and behaviors expected of and associated with the two sexes. Student Answer: Biological sex Gender role Sexism Gender identity Question : (TCO 3) According to the text, more and more women are entering nontraditional occupations such as: Student Answer: nursing. teaching. homemaking. the military. Question : (TCO 3) Which of the following statements best defines expressive sexuality? Student Answer: Sexuality is one-sided and is “owned” by men. Sexuality is one-sided and is “owned” by women. Sexuality is basic to the humanness of both men and women. Sex should be primarily for reproduction. Question : (TCO 4) Sociologists who argue that singles weigh the costs against the benefits of marrying are utilizing the __________ perspective. Student Answer: structure functional exchange conflict family ecology Question : (TCO 4) Compared to marrieds, cohabitants report that they are __________ happy with their relationships. Student Answer: less equally slightly more much more Question : (TCO 3) Beginning in infancy and throughout childhood, identify several ways that parents and teachers socialize their male and female children differently. Question : (TCO 4) Explain the meaning of the “sex ratio,” and explain the ways in which the sex ratio affects singles in the United States. week 4 Week 4: Parenting Challenges – Quiz Question : (TCO 4) The text cites a dramatic increase in _____ as one of the striking developments in American women’s fertility patterns in recent years. Student Answer: multiple births the number of adoptions total fertility the number of abortions Comments: Question : (TCO 4) Which racial/ethnic group has the highest fertility rate in the U.S.? Student Answer: Non-Hispanic Whites Asian Americans Blacks Hispanics Question : (TCO 4) According to the text’s discussion, which of the following is NOT one of the advantages of today’s parents? Student Answer: Parents are confronted with more questions about how to rear their children. Technology has vastly improved our quality of life. Parents are likely to have had some exposure to formal knowledge about child development and child-rearing techniques. Many fathers are more emotionally involved with their children than they were several decades ago. Question : (TCO 4) The _____ parent’s attitude is “I am in charge and set/enforce the rules, no matter what.” Student Answer: authoritative authoritarian permissive egalitarian Question : (TCO 2) In terms of research concerning the parenting styles of different racial and ethnic groups, some studies have made comparisons within particular groups. This reflects which of the following approaches? Student Answer: cultural variant cultural equivalent family ecology developmental Question : (TCO 4) Explain the relationship between involuntary infertility and reproductive technology. What are the social implications of ART? Question : (TCO 4) Describe several features of our present society that can make parenting especially difficult. Give an example of two of the features that demonstrate parenting difficulties for parents. week 6 Week 6: Family Crisis – Quiz Question : (TCO 5) The text points out that the silent treatment is a form of _____ power. Student Answer: reward expert coercive authoritative Question : (TCO 5) Cohabitants and those who have been previously divorced are especially likely to maintain separate _____. Student Answer: money social lives homes pets Question : (TCO 6) _____ violence is not focused on a particular matter of dispute between the partners, but is intended to establish a general pattern of dominance in the relationship. Student Answer: Intimate Conjugal Common couple Patriarchal terroristic Question : (TCO 6) The text’s definition of crisis encompasses three interrelated ideas. Which of the following is NOT one of these? Student Answer: Crises necessarily involve change. A crisis is a turning point with the potential for positive effects, negative effects, or both. Crises necessarily lead to catastrophe. A crisis is a time of relative instability. Question : (TCO 5) In the ABC-X family crisis model, “C” is the: Student Answer: family’s appraisal of the stressor event. crisis. family’s ability to cope with the crisis. stressor event. Question : (TCO 5) Summarize what research tells us about each of the following: males as spouse abusers and males as victims of spouse abuse. Comments: Question : (TCO 6) What does it mean to trace the course of a family crisis? Identify the patterns of this course and explain what happens during a family crisis.