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Define social power the ability to influence the behaviour of others and to resist their influence on us This theory is the most widely adopted to use when analyzing social power interdependency theory From an interdependency perspective, power is based on the: control of valuable …

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Jay Asher Author of the novel Thirteen Reasons Why. Which cassette tape only has one side? The final/seventh tape. What does the tape also come with? A map to follow the recordings. If the tape is not passed on, what are the repercussions? The tapes …

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What is the name for a universal soul? Atman Who gives Arjuna advice? Sri Krishna Who’s battle is it to choose between killing his uncles and cousins or refuse to do so? Arjuna Who says the following to whom: “Cravings torment the heart: He renounces …

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Constitutionalism The set of arrangements, including checks and balances, federalism, separation of powers, rule of law, due process, and a bill of rights, that requires our leaders to listen, think, bargain, and explain before they act or make laws. We then hold them politically and …

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Name at least one thing that you should keep cords away from heat sources What should you do if food sticks in an appliance? unplug the appliance Name one rule for storing poisons store away from food, keep chemicals in a locked cabinet, label What …

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The study of cells is called Cytology The study of tissues is called histology The study of specific organ function is called System Physiology The branch of physiology that studies functions modified by disease is called Pathology Support, protection of soft tissues, mineral storage, and …

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Algorithm -a formula or set of steps for solving a particular problem. -set of rules must be unambiguous and have a clear stopping point -can be expressed in any language, from natural languages to programming languages -any well defined computational procedure that takes some value …

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Yacef is interested in determining whether children develop virtually the same way in Algeria as they do in other parts of the world. Yacef’s research deals primarily with the ____________ issue of human development. Universal versus context-specific development Social cognitive theory and operant conditioning are …

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ageism: A prejudice whereby people are categorized and judged solely on the basis of their chronological age. This author believes a major problem is that ageism is institutionalized in our culture, evident in television, employment, and retirement communities The resulting self-doubt fosters anxiety, morbidity, and …

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What is Sociology? *the study of human society. *Sociology, in the most general sense id the study of people in groups. *It is literally the scientific study of society and those within it. What do Sociologist study? *Everything How do Sociologist study? *sociological imagination- the …

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The subfield of psychology that studies attitudes, social perceptions, interpersonal attraction, social influence and group behavior is known asSocial psychology Social psychology involves the study of all of the following, except one. Which one is the exception? Beliefs, conformity, groups or intelligence.Intelligence Behavioral and cognitive …

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Stressinternal processes that occur as people try to adjust to events and situations, especially those that they perceive to be beyond their coping capacity process Stressorsevents or situations to which people must adjust the actual physical events or situations Stress Reactionphysical, psychological, and behavioral responses …

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Feudalismprecapitalist economic system characterized by the presence of lords, vassals, and fiefs Serfsbound to land and required to give the lord a portion of their production and then granted protection in return; different from slaves (allowed to own property and could not be sold); relationship …

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Research concerning automatic prejudices reveals thatautomatic processing involves primitive areas of the brain associated with fear. Ayres’ (1991) research team visited 90 Chicago-area car dealers using a uniform strategy to negotiate the lowest price on an $11,000 car. The results indicated that _______ were given …

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CreolesPersons of full blooded European descent who were born in the Spanish American colonies. EnlightenmentIntellectual movement in eighteenth-century Europe stresing natural laws and reason as the basis of authority. Forbidden City of BeijingPalace city of the Ming and Qing dynasties. OceaniaCollective name for the lands …

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Classical theories do not focus on:The pathology of criminal behavior The major difference between metatheory and unit theory is that metatheory discusses process and unit theory discusses structure.false Microtheories are the most abstract of all theories.false Qualitative theory excludes which of the following factors?the ability …

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social changethe transformation of culture and social institutions over time how culture directs social changeinventions create new objects discovery takes place when people notice new elements in the world diffusion creates change as people and information spread all these lead to social change how conflict …

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Accepting others’ opinions about reality is to ________ as the desire to gain approval is to ________.informational social influence;normative social influence The careers of health care specialists such as pediatricians, neurologists, and dentists most clearly illustrate that culture enablesdivsion of labor Which branch of psychology …

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theories of development- psychoanalytic theories – cognitive theories – behavioral and social cognitive theories – ethological theory – ecological theory – an eclectic theoretical orientation scientific methodAn approach that can be used to obtain accurate information – a four-step process: (1) conceptualize a process or …

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The fact that Kitty Genovese did not receive help was most likely due to _____.the presence of multiple witnesses (Bystander Effect) Research on conformity suggests that if a _____ response is required, ______ show more conformity than ______.public; women; men The war in Iraq, the …

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ReinforcementThe use of rewards and punishments that increase or decrease the likelihood of a similar response occurring in the future. Intrinsic rewardsThese kinds of rewards reside within the participant. Examples- Taking pride in an accomplishment and feeling competent (coaches, teachers, and exercise leaders cannot directly …

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Progressivism’s characteristicsConcerns of effects of industrialization—regulate big bsn; Optimism of human nature—people could be informed and then solve problem; Willingness to intervene in people’s lives—sometimes used authority from gov. to; Drew from Protestant beliefs= duty to purge world of sin; Environment big effect on individual= …

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aspirational reference grouphigh-profile athletes and celebrities used in marketing efforts to promote a product avoidance groupsreference groups that exert a negative influence on individuals because they are motivated to distance themselves from group members brand communitya set of consumers who share a set of social …

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social changethe transformation of culture and social institutions over time four characteristics of social change(1) social change happens all the time (2) social change is sometimes intentional but often unplanned (3) social change is controversial (4) some changes matter more than others causes of social …

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Participative ManagementThe effort to involve employees in the company’s decision making Knowledge WorkerEmployees at all levels of an organization who specialize in acquiring, processing, and communicating information GlobalizationEfforts by businesses to reach across international borders to market their borders, partner with other businesses, and employ …

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Determinants of HealthFactors that raise or lower a level of health in a population or individual. Determinants of health help to explain or predict trends in health and why some groups have better or worse health than others. Determinants of health can be classified in …

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Which of the following are NOT fundable by annuities? a) Death benefits b) Cash accumulation for any reason c) A person’s retirement d) Estate liquidationa) Death benefits Annuities are most commonly used to fund a person’s retirement, but they can technically be used to accumulate …

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⭐️How did Europeans use Social Darwinism to justify empire building?Those who were fittest for survival enjoyed wealth & success and were considered superior to others. What were some of the internal factors that contributed to imperialism in Africa?1) technological superiority 2) automatic machine guns Why …

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EcosystemComposed of both the natural environment and all the organisms living within it Cultural evolutionculture change over time (not to be confused with progress) ProgressEthnocentric notion that humans are moving forward to a higher, more advanced stage in their development toward perfection Convergent evolutionin cultural …

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Define learning disability:A disability in which there is a discrepancy between a person’s ability and academic achievement; the individual possesses average intellectual ability Learning disabilities tend be a ______ condition.Chronic What is phonological awareness?A possible explanation for the reading problems of some students with learning …

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Using Figure 9.1, assume point E represents the optimal mix of output. The market mechanism is likely to result in a mix of output represented by pointD because the market mechanism tends to overproduce private goods When firms have the ability to change the market …

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A(n) ______ program is a social program whose beneficiaries qualify by demonstrating need.means-tested A federal program that guarantees benefits to qualified recipients is a(n) ______ program.entitlement U.S. public opinion polls on the American health care system show that a majority of peopleare dissatisfied with the …

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Apologies are most effective when theyare timely In the case of routine messages, you should aim to create a helpful, professional tone during the ______ stage.drafting During the drafting stage, the process of designing the message focuses onmaking the message easy to read. Appreciation messages …

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Activity streamsthe news feeds or “wall” (as it’s known in Facebook) social networks use to establish an ongoing point of connection between network nodes. Ambient intimacyrefers to our ability to stay in touch, using digital communications and social media, with people to whom we wouldn’t …

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social psychology- is the scientific study of how individuals think, feel, and behave in a social context – distinctive characteristics of social psychology include a focus on the individual as well as a broad perspective on a variety of social contexts and behaviors – the …

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CultureComposed of the beliefs, norms, behaviors, and products common to the members of a particular group. Culture also influences our social development, as we are all products of our cultural beliefs, behaviors, and biases. SymbolsCultural representations of social realities. Sapir-Whorf HypothesisOur understandings and actions emerge …

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are governed by more than one genetic locusPolygenic traits type B and a heterozygoteA person with the genotype BO at the ABO locus will be have a geographic correlation and homozygous individuals often die at a young age in most of the worldMalaria and the …

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affective computingA type of computing that relates to emotion or deliberately tries to influence emotion. augmented realityA combination of our normal senses of the objects around us with an overlay of information displayed autonomyThe freedom to work with out constant direction and control collaborative consumptionJoining …

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According to Thomas Hobbes, what two factors motivate people?Fear of death and desire for power Why did Hobbes believe that most people willingly accepted a social contract?To control instincts and achieve peace Why did John Locke disagree with Hobbes’ social contractPeople were capable of governing …

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What are the rungs on the social ladder of the South?At the top were the wealthy planters who owned 100 or more slaves, the the slave owners, next the landless whites, and at the bottom were the slaves and free blacks. Where did the slaves …

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The group of people that moves through life with an individual while providing both protection and encouragement is called a:social convoy What is one of Erikson’s stages of adulthood?generativity versus stagnation According to research, which statement about the “sandwich generation” is true?Many adults do not …

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Maslow’s term Primary Creativity would best be described as?brainstorming According to oech, creativity roadblocks can be best described as?negative perceptions As described by Oech, this is the “lead” role in the relay team of the creative processthe warrior according to the creative consultant Vangundy, left …

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1) ________ is the use of information technology to support the sharing of content among networks of users.Social media 2) A ________ is an information system that supports the sharing of content among networks of users.social media information system (SMIS) 3) SM communities differ from …

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Which of these statements regarding the use of e-mail for goodwill messages is most accurate?If you frequently communicate via e-mail with the intended receiver and are certain this e-mail will be received, you may send a goodwill message via e-mail. Show confidence in the closing …

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Indulgencethe action or fact of indulging. Reformationthe action or process of reforming an institution or practice. Lutherana follower of Martin Luther. Protestanta member or follower of any of the Western Christian churches that are separate from the Roman Catholic Church and follow the principles of …

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Unit 6.1What is Deviance? Crimethe violation of norms written into law Deviancethe violation of social norms (or rules or expectations) Negative Sanctionan expression of disapproval for breaking a norm, ranging from a mild, informal reaction such as a frown to a formal reaction such as …

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CBeing available at any location and at any time best defines A) convenience. B) localization. C) ubiquity. D) interactivity. DMajor value-added attributes of the mobile commerce landscape include each of the following except A) localization. B) personalization. C) ubiquity. D) security. C. Development of m-commerce …

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A member of congress who wants to act on what the majority of his or her constituency thinks on a particular issue would be advised to respond to which of the following indicators?a poll based on a random sample of constituents The accuracy of a …

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What is a feeling or affect that occurs when a person is in a state or interaction important to him/her. Characterized by behavior that reflects the pleasantness of the state the person is in or transactions being experienced?Emotions What are emotions that are present in …

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1) In traditional commerce, one or more of the following can be digital: the product or service, the process, and the delivery agent.Answer: False 2) Visiting the Web site of a car manufacturer (e.g., www.gm.com), entering the specifications for the car you want, and then …

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