Stephen Sanchez

City: Omaha, Nebraska
University: Northeast Community College

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chapter 7 Inequality

social stratification the division of society into groups arranged in a social hierarchy social inequality the unequal distribution of wealth power or prestige among members of a society slavery the most extreme form of social stratification based on legal ownership of people 4 basic principles to social stratification 1) it is a characteristics of society […]

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Economics Review practice test

When manufactured goods are used to produce other goods and services, they are called capital goods. true A nondurable good lasts for less than five years when sued on a regular basis. false, three The paradox of value occurs when some necessities have little value, while some non-necessities have a much higher value. true Economic […]

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ITB

Economics The study focuses on how people, businesses, and governments choose to allocate resources Microeconomics is the study of broad, economy-wide issues such as the unemployment rate, gross domestic product, and inflation. False Fiscal Policy the government’s effort to influence the economy through taxation and spending decisions to encourage growth and boost employment while curbing […]

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Human Development-Test 1

What are the three developmental domains? examples of each? Physical Development-biological changes of the body-includes genetics, birth process, brain development, and motor skills Cognitive-child’s reasoning, concepts, memory, and language, social responses, mental processes, different environments for learning Social-emotional development-modifications that occur in emotions, self concept, motivation, social relationship and moral reasoning and behavior-family foundations, personality, […]

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federal govt chapter 6

What did the framers identify as the greatest source of political conflict for the United States? differences between the rich and poor The famous Lincoln-Douglas debates took place outside, in the cornfields and town squares of Illinois. _______ ushered in the tax revolt and the deregulation of many government policies in the 1980s. Ronald Reagan […]

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attitude and attitude change 1

Bem: Attitudes -Likes and dislikes – not percise enough Allport: Attitudes – a relatively enduring mental and neural state of readiness (attitudes exist in brain) organized through experience (learned) which exerts a directive or dynamic influence upon the indis responses to all objects and situation with which it is associated. Zanna and Rempel: Attitudes the […]

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Sociology Final #1-53

The systematic study of human society Sociology Peter Burger describes using the sociology perspective as seeing the_______ in the_________ ? General in the particular The chapters sociology analysis of childbearing around the world suggests that the number born to a women reflects what? Whether she lives in a poor or rich society According to Emile […]

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Kinesiology Ch. 9

Which of the following statements about the effects on personality is true? Fitness training improves self-concept Most of the stress associated with physical activity participation is based on Fear of failure and fear of evaluation What is the key to reducing social loafing in groups? Monitoring and evaluating individual performances. Which of the following describes […]

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Intro to Sociology – Chapter 9 Review

caste system a system in which people are born into a social standing that they will retain their entire lives class system social standing based on social factors and individual accomplishments class traits also called class markers, the typical behaviors, customs, and norms that define each class class a group who shares a common social […]

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Soc Quizzes Test 1

Which discipline defines itself as \”the systematic study of human society\”? a. psychology b. sociology c. history d. economics b the concept \”sociology\” was coined in 1838 by a. auguste compte b. adam smith c. herbert spencer d. karl marx a the theoretical approach in sociology that assumes society is a complex system whose parts […]

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Give Me Liberty Chapter 11

the ”peculiar institution” pg. 417 1. Referring to slavery’s continued existence in the South after Northern abolition. 2. This connects to the focus question, ‘how did slavery shape social and economic relations in the Old South?’ because this was referring to slavery. \”Cotton is King\” pg. 417 1. A phrase referring to the social, economic, […]

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FSU MAN 4701 Quzzies 7-11

What is the promotion of environmentally friendly products called? Green Marketing If a consumer staged an accident in a store and then sought damages against the store for its poor safety standards, this customer has committed which fraudulent activity? Duplicity Which division of the Federal Trade Commission works to protect consumers against unfair, deceptive, and […]

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African American History

How did some blacks legislatures try to gain land for blacks? they tried to make taxes on large land owners so high so they would have to sell their land. who tried to help the land owners? Andrew Johnson how did class and social status divide blacks during reconstruction? leaders who had been slaves where […]

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History chapter 19,20,21, & 22 study set (alphabetical)

A main cause of the Great Depression was: a.Hoover’s ties with business. b.increased European demand for American goods. c.declining American purchasing power. d.excessive government regulation of business. e.the 1924 Immigration Act. c. According to Andre Siegfried, what did Americans consider to be a \”sacred acquisition\”? a.The right to vote. b.A standard of living. c.Ownership of […]

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AP Euro History Chapter 23

Anti-Semitism Prejudice, hostility, or legal discrimination against Jews Baron Georges Haussman Appointed by Napoleon III to oversea the urban reconstruction of Paris. Part of the goal was to make it more difficult for radicals to barricade the streets. Blood Sunday In an effort of workers petitioning the Tsar to improve working conditions, ended up in […]

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Week 7 Discussion

Social Security Origin The New Deal: Old Age Insurance (OAI) in the Social Security Act of 1935, OASI (survivor’s insurance) in 1939 Type of SS insurance A pure transfer program, not individual retirement accounts or savings (week 4). It’s a defined benefit plan. Financing of SS contribution-based (not need based) A) the FICA payroll tax […]

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Social Studies District Vocabulary Words 4th Grade

agriculture the business of growing crops and raising animals Bill of Rights The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution border a dividing line between two states or countries capital/capitol capital: The city or town that is the seat of government is called the capital. capitol: the building in which the legislative assembly meets is […]

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Sex, Gender, and Culture Terms

Ace A sexual orientation label referencing asexuality. Sometimes called the \”Ace Umbrella\” to represent the wide spectrum of asexual identities and experiences. See also: Asexuality. Ag / Aggressive A term used to describe a female-assigned and -identified person who prefers presenting as masculine. This term is most commonly used in black and African American communities […]

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Social Class

What are the three variables of Max Weber identified as defining social class? Wealth, Power, Prestige Based on Marxist orientation of conflict sociologist, how many distinct social classes exist? Two When used by socialist the term \”Wealth\” refers to? the property owned and the income acquired minus debts made to the person What is the […]

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Sociology Chapter 15 Vocabulary

population Number of people living in an area at a particular time. demography The area of sociology devoted to the study of human populations. birthrate The measure used by demographers to describe the births within a population. fertility The actual number of births occurring to women of childbearing age. fecundity The biological capability to bear […]

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Praxis Reading Specialist Test

aesthetic reading reading for pleasure analogy phonics teaching students to use parts of known words (such as onsets and rimes) to read unfamiliar print words analytic phonics teaching students to analyze letter-sound relations in previously learned words in order to avoid pronouncing sounds in isolation antonym two words with opposite meanings automaticity automatic word recognition […]

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Civics Unit 1 Study Guide Notes

What is Civics? The study of rights and duties of a citizens. What does public policy achieve? Community goals What is a government controlled by one person or small group of people called? Dictatorship What is the term for the process by which aliens can become citizens? Naturalization What is the first step to gaining […]

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