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Which sociological perspective is most aligned with the disengagement, activity, and continuity theories of aging? A. symbolic interactionism B. the conflict perspective C. functionalism D. the feminist perspective
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What sociological perspective stresses that age has no inherent meaning and that culture shapes how we perceive the elderly? A. symbolic interactionism B. functionalism C. the conflict perspective D. the feminist perspective
Weegy: sociological perspective stresses that age has no inherent meaning and that culture shapes how we perceive the elderly is C. the conflict perspective User: What is the flaw Jerrome and Manheimer saw in disengagement theory? A. It is based only on western culture and customs. B. It is a myth that society takes care of the elderly when they retire. C. The theory fails to take into account people from the inner city, rural America, and other poor areas D. It contains an implicit bias against older people, claiming they abandon socially productive roles Weegy: D. It contains an implicit bias against older people, claiming they abandon socially productive roles is the flaw Jerrome and Manheimer saw in disengagement theory User: Which theory posits the notion that retirement is a mutually beneficial agreement between two parts of society, the old and the young? A. activity theory B. exchange theory C. disengagement theory D. conflict theory Weegy: C. disengagement theory is the theory posits the notion that retirement is a mutually beneficial agreement between two parts of society, the old and the young User: Which sociological perspective is most aligned with the disengagement, activity, and continuity theories of aging? A. symbolic interactionism B. the conflict perspective C. functionalism D. the feminist perspective Weegy: C. functionalism is the sociological perspective is most aligned with the disengagement, activity, and continuity theories of aging (More)
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Prejudice describes ________ while discrimination describes ________. A. values; attitudes B. norms; beliefs C. attitudes; actions D. actions; attitudes
Weegy: The answer is C. Prejudice describes attitudes while discrimination describes actions. User: Slavery and apartheid are both examples of how a country's dominant group exploits minority groups for its economic advantage. What do sociologists call this policy? A. colonization B. segregation C. internal colonialism D. assimilation Weegy: It is C. internal colonialism. Slavery and apartheid are both examples of how a country's dominant group exploits minority groups for its economic advantage. User: What is another name for multiculturalism? A. compartmentalization B. sublimation C. pluralism D. assimilation Weegy: Multiculturalism iis similar to pluralism. (More)
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Under czarist Russia, daily living conditions for Jews were made so intolerable that millions chose to leave Russia and migrate to other countries. This is an example of ________. A. departmentalization B. subhumanization C. indirect transfer D. direct transfer
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Under czarist Russia, daily living conditions for Jews were made so intolerable that millions chose to leave Russia and migrate to other countries. This is an example of indirect transfer.
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