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Q: Which of the following examples would best illustrate the functionalist perspective of the medicalization of society? A. Wrinkles are seen as a sign of the natural aging process B. The
medicalization of acne, baldness, and weight gain broadens the customer base of the medical establishment. C. Medicalization reflects the growing power of the medical establishment. D. Medicalization increases the profit of physicians.
A: The answer is B. The medicalization of acne, baldness, and weight gain broadens the customer base of the medical establishment.
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User: Which of the following examples would best illustrate the functionalist perspective of the medicalization of society? A. Wrinkles are seen as a sign of the natural aging process B. The medicalization of acne, baldness, and weight gain broadens the customer base of the medical establishment. C. Medicalization reflects the growing power of the medical establishment. D. Medicalization increases the profit of physicians.

Weegy: The answer is B. The medicalization of acne, baldness, and weight gain broadens the customer base of the medical establishment.
mel_anthonette|Points 30|

User: In the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, what did the medical staff at Tuskegee University do? A. They provided low cost care for men infected with venereal disease during World War II B. They discovered a new strain of syphilis, but did not report it to the Center for Disease Control C. They used unauthorized, experimental treatments for syphilis. D. They let men diagnosed with syphilis go untreated so they could follow the disease.

Weegy: In the Tuskegee Syphillis Experiment: D. They left men diagnosed with syphilis go untreated so they could follow the disease.
debnjerry|Points 42926|

User: Prior to a formal system of education that included schools, teachers, and diplomas how was the manifest function of education accomplished? A. Through a process of acculturation. B. Through heredity and genetics. C. Children relied on instinct to develop skills needed. D. Children relied on experimentation and imitation

Weegy: A. Through a process of acculturation.
Controler|Points 3908|

User: What is the central sociological principle of education as it relates to a nation's needs? A. It is a reflection of the nation's culture and economy B. It creates a system of labeling individuals to facilitate occupation and role C. It is a formal system necessary for international recognition. D. It is the basis of developing a sense of national pride.

Weegy: C. it is a formal system necessary for internal recognition.
LLionface|Points 150|

User: Although cooperation is a core value in Japan, Japanese students are admitted to college only on the basis of intense competition. This is an example of a[n] ________. A. cultural contradiction B. value conflict C. status inconsistency D. role ambiguity

Weegy: cultural contradiction
arthur2647|Points 71|

User: When employers use diplomas and degrees more and more to determine who is eligible for jobs, even though the diploma or degree may be irrelevant to the actual work, it becomes a ________ society. A. fiduciary B. bifurcated C. credential D. bureaucratic

Weegy: When employers use diplomas and degrees more and more to determine who is eligible for jobs, even though the diploma or degree may be irrelevant to the actual work, it becomes a Credential Society.
jeifunk|Points 8410|

User: What is the process by which schools pass a society's core values from one generation to the next? A. cultural transmission of values B. social integration of education C. multiculturalism of society D. social pluralism of culture

Weegy: What specific country are you asking for Cultural Music, because it varies depending on the country.
emdjay23|Points 232|

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