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What does the biosocial theory emphasize? What is the main focus?
human evolution as maximizing our capacity for behavioral flexibility as an adaptation to environmental variability -physical rather than dispositional differences and proposes that these differences have behavioral and social consequences
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What is the main claim of the biosocial theory?
biology is not destiny
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Which of the following statements best illustrates the link between evolutionary theory and psycho social theory?
individuals face a continuous struggle to adapt traits and abilities to environmental demands
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What school of social theory believes that society is a stable system of structures, each of which contributes to the equilibrium of the whole?
structural functionalism
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Discuss how individuals develop a sense of generativity o What stage of Erikson’s psychosocial theory is occurring?
• Erikson’s stage for adulthood ▫ Establishing and guiding the next generation Develop the ability to care for others – basic strength that reflects young adult maturity
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The first stage of Erikson’s psychosocial theory involves an infant’s need to…?
develop a basic sense of trust in the environment
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Biosocial theory reflects an assumed link between A. psychological and biological factors B.Biological and social factors C. social and psychological factors
biological and social factors.
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classical social theory in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
characterized by 4 key transitions: economy changed from farming to industry, people moved to cities, democracies became prominent, decline in religious influence
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criticisms of biosocial theory
– critics assert that the body and the mind evolved together and that biosocial theory addresses only the body’s impact on gender development
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The social theory of Social Darwinism A. argued the new industrial economy was limiting the potential for individual wealth. B. contended that ruthless corruption may be necessary in the attainment of wealth. C. was created by Charles Darwin to explain industrial economies. D. promoted the idea that capitalism offered all people a chance for great wealth. E. argued that it behooved industrial titans to spread their wealth to the lower classes.
D. promoted the idea that capitalism offered all people a chance for great wealth.
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