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Question 1

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Mead's main emphasis was on _____.
Answers: children's playing, which he saw as central to their understanding of how people should interact
imagining how we appear to others, and then imagining how they think of us and, more specifically,
whether they are evaluating us positively or negatively
perceptions to develop judgments and feelings about ourselves, such as pride or embarrassment
unconscious, biological forces that he felt shape individual personality
the proper maturation of the brain and socialization that are necessary for adequate development

Question 2

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In identity development, the fifth stage occurs in adolescence and is especially critical because teenagers often
experience a(n) _____ as they move from childhood to adulthood.
Answers: lack of commitment
identity diffusion
emotional withdrawal
peer pressure
identity crisis

Question 3

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The _____ is the selfish part of the personality and consists of biological instincts that all babies have, including
the need for food and, more generally, the demand for immediate gratification.
Answers: id

Question 4

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According to Mead, the "I" of the self _____.
Answers: is the passive part of the self
stems from the internalized expectations of the larger society
is at odds with the "me"
is the creative, spontaneous part of the self
impairs the individual's contributions to society

Question 5

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An example of _____ would be how often people pray or attend religious services.
Answers: religious identification
religious belief

religious preference
religious requirement

Question 6

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The process by which individuals understand and create authenticity through their interaction with other
individuals is called _____.
Answers: impression management
dramaturgical approach
social construction of reality

Question 7

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According to the _____ theory, individuals use the perceptions that others have of them to develop judgments
and feelings about themselves.
Answers: taking the role of the other
cognitive development
moral development
looking-glass self

Question 8

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What is the most important characteristic of total institutions?
Answers: The residents are humiliated, often in front of the institution's other residents.
They ensure conformity of their residents to the institutions' rules.
They subject their residents to harsh treatment and, quite often, abuse.
They take away the identity of their residents in an effort to weaken their self-identity.
They have total control over the lives of the people who live in them.

Question 9

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A _____ is an encounter designed to humiliate an individual.
Answers: denouncement
dishonorable discharge
drumming out
degradation ceremony

Question 10

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The process whereby individuals who are interacting try to convey a favorable notion of themselves is called

Answers: dramaturgical approach
social desirability
impression management
personal branding

Question 11

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_____ is a dramatic change in a person's beliefs, values, and behavior, often occurring in total institutions.
Answers: Impression management
Ascribed status
Role conflict
Role strain

Question 12

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Whether errors occur or not, the process Cooley described is especially critical during _____, when our self is
still in a state of flux.
Answers: infancy
old age
middle age

Question 13

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Civil libertarians argue that calls for monitoring the media and the banning of certain acts of violence smack of
censorship that violates the _____ Amendment to the Constitution.
Answers: First

Question 14

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_____ is the process by which people learn their culture.
Answers: Acculturation
Intercultural communication

Cross-cultural communication

Question 15

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_____ occurs through four stages, the final stage of it being the formal operational stage.
Answers: Cognitive development
Taking the role of the other
The looking-glass self
Moral development
Identity development