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The plow was to the agricultural society as the ________ was to the industrial society A. microchip B. computer C. decoding of double helix molecule D. steam engine
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Sociologists use the term "________" to refer to the fundamental changes in society that occur as a result of vast numbers of women entering the work force. A. women's revolution B. quiet revolution C. women's rebellion D. quiet insubordination
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Husbands remain primarily responsible for earning the income and wives are primarily responsible for the house and children. This is an arrangement sociologists call ________. A. sexism in American society B. the gendered division of labor C. techniques of resistance D. the hidden curriculum
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Husbands remain primarily responsible for earning the income and wives are primarily responsible for the house and children. This is an arrangement sociologists call the gendered division of labor.
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