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Compared to college students of the late 1960s, more of today's college students are concerned with: Answer developing a philosophy of life. making money. seeking justice in the world. being involved in political affairs.
Weegy: Compared to college students of the late 1960s, more of today's college students are concerned with: making money. (More)
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Updated 12/22/2012 7:20:12 AM
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Please try to provide a source.
Added 12/21/2012 10:09:10 PM
Thank you, debnjerry. Should i give the answer again attached with the link?
Added 12/21/2012 10:16:20 PM
No, it's okay. Just a reminder. Especially for questions that are not common knowledge there should be something to back up your answer.
Added 12/21/2012 10:17:59 PM
Okay, thanks for your reminder. But what if some answers are just based on your brain? As for this one, there is indeed a link though. just wodering those of common sense and also right...
Added 12/22/2012 12:10:03 AM
A lot of answers I know from my personal knowledge, but it is still easy to find a source to back it up.
Added 12/22/2012 7:20:13 AM
The sociological perspective reveals that: Answer "common sense" is usually pretty close to the truth. much of what passes for "common sense" in the United States turns out to be at least partly wrong. most people in the United States readily see how society shapes our lives. "common sense" is not very popular in the United States.
Weegy: C.most people in the United States readily see how society shapes our lives. User: Interpretive sociology is sociology that: Answer focuses on action. sees an objective reality "out there." focuses on the meaning people attach to behavior. seeks to bring about change. Weegy: The answer is C.focuses on the meaning people attach to behavior. Interpretive sociology is sociology that focuses on the meaning people attach to behavior. [ ] User: Drawing conclusions about all of humanity based on research using only males as subjects is the problem called: Answer androcentricity. overgeneralization. gender blindness. using double standards. Weegy: Drawing conclusions about all of humanity based on research using only males as subjects is the problem called: A.androcentricity. User: In the process of measurement, reliability refers to: Answer whether you are really measuring what you want to measure. how dependable the researcher is. whether or not everyone agrees with the study's results. whether repeating the measurement yields consistent results. Weegy: repeating the measurement yields consistent results. User: Two variables are said to display correlation if: Answer they are caused by the same factor. one occurs before the other. both measure the same thing. they vary together. Weegy: D. they vary together (More)
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The development of agriculture was set in motion by: Answer changes in the church. hitching animals to the plow. the discovery of writing. the discovery of oil.
Weegy: hitching animals to the plow. the discovery of writing. the discovery of oil. . (More)
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The priesthood, a specialized occupation in charge of a large religious organization, first developed in which type of societies? Answer hunting and gathering horticultural agrarian industrial
Weegy: 1. Socialization- family is the first and most important setting for child rearing 2. Regulation of sexual activity- incest taboo (keeps familial roles; forces people to go outside their first social organization) 3. [ [ Social placement- maintain social organization 4. Material emotional security- family offers physical protection, emotional support, and financial assistance ] ] (More)
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The priesthood, a specialized occupation in charge of a large religious organization, first developed in societies of hunting and gathering .
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