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  • in general, explain at least three barriers you feel are apparent in obtaining safe sex products?

    Assignment for Sex class, but don't knw what exactly the teacher means by this.

    3 AnswersOther - General Health Care8 years ago
  • Which bed set is prettier for a girl's dorm room (all answers appreciated)?

    What color combination will you use to decorate?

    This is for an upperclassman female 20 years old

    http://i49.tinypic.com/11i3csp.jpg

    or

    http://i46.tinypic.com/2laplwo.jpg

  • Which bed set is prettier for a girl's dorm room (all answers appreciated)?

    What color combination will you use to decorate?

    This is for an upperclassman female 20 years old

    http://i49.tinypic.com/11i3csp.jpg

    or

    http://i46.tinypic.com/2laplwo.jpg

    5 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style8 years ago
  • Which bed set is prettier for a girl's dorm room?

    What color combination will you use to decorate?

    This is for an upperclassman female 20 years old

    http://i49.tinypic.com/11i3csp.jpg

    or

    http://i46.tinypic.com/2laplwo.jpg

    2 AnswersDecorating & Remodeling8 years ago
  • What should I write on the back of a sexy picture?

    For a long distance lover...something that will keep him thinking ;)

    3 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships8 years ago
  • How to write a sweet romantic letter for a long distance crush?

    For someone who I met just a week ago. I will be attaching a pictures of me with the letter. Simple.

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • How to write a sweet romantic letter for a crush (Dear John Movie Style)?

    I met a great guy online last week and we instantly clicked thereafter, we saw each other twice. Unfortunately, he gave me bad news that he will be moving to another state for 6 months to do some security training. I have a seductive professional photo print that I will mail together with a brief letter (Dear John Movie style), what should I include that doesn't make me sound all lovey dovey or cheesy?

    I tried looking online but I see a lot of samples for couples/loved ones

    2 AnswersSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • True or false: Sociology help (please and thanks)?

    1.Deviance is always defined the same way, regardless of the historical, cultural, or situational context.

    2.Someone who is considered a hero, such as a successful spy, might possess character traits that are considered psychopathic.

    3.According to the sociologist Howard Becker, there are no inherently deviant acts, only societal reactions to acts that make them deviant.

    4.The context in which behavior occurs often makes the difference in whether it is considered deviant or criminal.

    5.Men and women are about equally likely to commit crimes.

    6.Evidence supporting the biological view of the causes of deviance has shown a direct genetic link between physical traits and violent behavior.

    2 AnswersSociology9 years ago
  • which artery is highlighted (all answers appreciated)?

    http://i40.tinypic.com/68yq14.png

    Which artery is highlighted?

    (a) left gastric

    (b) common hepatic

    (c) splenic

    (d) right renal

    (e) superior mesenteric

    1 AnswerHomework Help9 years ago
  • Anatomy questions relating to the blood (all help appreciated)?

    1. A patient has an infected puncture wound to her foot. Which type of white blood cell would you expect to be elevated in a differential white cell count?

    a.neutophils

    b.eosinophils

    c.monocytes

    d.lymphocytes

    e.basophils

    2. The blood cells involved in a specific immunity are the

    a.lymphocytes

    b.monocytes

    c.erythrocytes

    d.neutrophils

    e.basophils

    3. Which of the following is a function of the blood?

    a.defense against toxins and pathogens

    b. transport of gases

    c.transport of nutrients and wastes

    d.transport of body heat

    e.all of the above

    1 AnswerHomework Help9 years ago
  • Anatomy questions relating to the heart (all help appreciated)?

    1. A patient has an infected puncture wound to her foot. Which type of white blood cell would you expect to be elevated in a differential white cell count?

    a.neutophils

    b.eosinophils

    c.monocytes

    d.lymphocytes

    e.basophils

    2. The blood cells involved in a specific immunity are the

    a.lymphocytes

    b.monocytes

    c.erythrocytes

    d.neutrophils

    e.basophils

    3. Which of the following is a function of the blood?

    a.defense against toxins and pathogens

    b. transport of gases

    c.transport of nutrients and wastes

    d.transport of body heat

    e.all of the above

    3 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • help me with these sociology questions please?

    1. Studying a period of the recent past by interviewing people who witnessed events makes use of:

    A) participant observation

    B) random sampling

    C) oral history

    2. Which of the following is an advantage of fieldwork as a research method?

    A) It provides more in-depth information about social processes than other methods.

    B) It enables data collection on large numbers of individuals.

    C) It allows the researcher to control the influence of specific variables.

    D) It is easier for subsequent researchers to repeat.

    D) surveys

    3.

    Two men are having lunch together, laughing and being playful with one another. Which of the following would analyze their relationship by looking for clues to interpret their behavior?

    A) a structural-functionalist

    B) a Marxist

    C) a postmodernist

    D) a symbolic interactionist

    4. Which of the following would be an area of research that particularly interests sociologists?

    A) the construction of highway infrastructure

    B) the voting patterns in the 2008 presidential election

    C) the development of artificial intelligence

    D) the rules of the National Football League

    5.The sociological imagination allows people to understand that:

    A) universal emotions determine all human behavior

    B) human behavior is random and unstructured

    C) personal feelings may be shaped by social context

    D) history shapes sociological theory

    6. What type of research question examines the frequency of unmarried couple households in the past three censuses?

    A) factual

    B) comparative

    C) developmental

    D) theoretical

    7. Which research method would be best to use if one wants a large, representative sample of people’s attitudes toward an issue?

    A) ethnography

    B) survey

    C) life history

    D) experiment

    8. According to the sociological perspective, human behavior:

    A) is influenced by social context

    B) is entirely determined by the social context

    C) has nothing to do with social context

    D) is mostly a result of genetic characteristics

    9.

    If two variables were completely correlated, their correlation coefficient would be:

    A) 0

    B) 1

    C) 10

    D) 100

    10.

    If you are studying women’s magazines dated from the Suffrage Amendment until the end of World War II to identify the changes in articles about working women, you are conducting a(n):

    A) experiment

    B) random sample

    C) oral history

    D) historical analysis

    11. According to Émile Durkheim, society is:

    A) greater than the sum of its parts

    B) equal to the sum of its parts

    C) less than the sum of its parts

    D) indivisible into individual parts

    2 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • Sociology questions (all help appreciated) 10 pts!!!?

    2.

    If you are studying women’s magazines dated from the Suffrage Amendment until the end of World War II to identify the changes in articles about working women, you are conducting a(n):

    A) experiment

    B) random sample

    C) oral history

    D) historical analysis

    3.

    According to Émile Durkheim, society is:

    A) greater than the sum of its parts

    B) equal to the sum of its parts

    C) less than the sum of its parts

    D) indivisible into individual parts

    4.

    Once a researcher has identified a research problem, he or she then:

    A) formulates a hypothesis

    B) reviews existing evidence

    C) interprets research results

    D) determines an appropriate research method

    5.

    Which theorist developed the sociological perspective known as symbolic interactionism?

    A) Auguste Comte

    B) Émile Durkheim

    C) Jean Baudrillard

    D) George Herbert Mead

    6.

    Which research method would be best to use if one wants a large, representative sample of people’s attitudes toward an issue?

    A) ethnography

    B) survey

    C) life history

    D) experiment

    7.

    According to the sociological perspective, human behavior:

    A) is influenced by social context

    B) is entirely determined by the social context

    C) has nothing to do with social context

    D) is mostly a result of genetic characteristics

    8.

    What is it called when we “think ourselves away” from the familiar routine in order to see things in a broader context?

    A) romanticism

    B) sociological imagination

    C) multiple personality disorder

    D) globalization

    9.

    What is the most frequent figure in a series of numbers called?

    A) mean

    B) median

    C) mode

    D) standard deviation

    10.

    Sociology is the scientific study of:

    A) human groups

    B) politics

    C) economics

    D) geography

    11.

    The sociological imagination allows people to understand that:

    A) universal emotions determine all human behavior

    B) human behavior is random and unstructured

    C) personal feelings may be shaped by social context

    D) history shapes sociological theory

    12.

    What type of research question examines the frequency of unmarried couple households in the past three censuses?

    A) factual

    B) comparative

    C) developmental

    D) theoretical

    13.

    What do Marxism and feminism have in common?

    A) Both link sociological theory and political reform.

    B) Neither considers the sociologist as an advocate for social change.

    C) Both reject the idea that subordinate groups are worthy of study.

    D) Women originated both frameworks.

    14.

    According to symbolic interactionists, what is involved in nearly all social interactions?

    A) class conflict

    B) an exchange of functions

    C) an exchange of symbols

    D) a feeling of despair or aimlessness

    15.

    Two men are having lunch together, laughing and being playful with one another. Which of the following would analyze their relationship by looking for clues to interpret their behavior?

    A) a structural-functionalist

    B) a Marxist

    C) a postmodernist

    D) a symbolic interactionist

    16.

    Which of the following would be an area of research that particularly interests sociologists?

    A) the construction of highway infrastructure

    B) the voting patterns in the 2008 presidential election

    C) the development of artificial intelligence

    D) the rules of the National Football League

    17.

    Who commented on U.S. race relations: “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line”?

    A) W.E.B. Du Bois

    B) George Herbert Mead

    C) Harriet Martineau

    D) Robert Merton

    18.

    Who was particularly influential in the development of functionalism?

    A) C. Wright Mills

    B) George Herbert Mead

    C) W.E.B. Du Bois

    D) Robert K. Merton

    19.

    The field of sociology originated in ______ in ________.

    A) 500 years B.C.E.; China

    B) first century, C.E.; Rome

    C) early nineteenth century; France

    D) early twentieth century; United States

    20.

    The two-way process by which people shape their social world through individual actions and are themselves reshaped by society is called:

    A) sociological imagination

    B) structuration

    C) socialism

    D) globalization

    21.

    Which of the following is an advantage of fieldwork as a research method?

    A) It provides more in-depth information about social processes than other methods.

    B) It enables data collection on large numbers of individuals.

    C) It allows the researcher to control the influence of specific variables.

    D) It is easier for subsequent researchers to repeat.

    22.

    Which sociological perspective focuses on the intersection of gender, class, and race?

    A) functionalism

    B) capitalism

    C) symbolic interactionism

    D) feminism

    23.

    If you add all the numbers in a series of data and then divide by the number of cases, you have calculated the:

    A) mean

    B) median

    C) mode

    D) correlation coefficient

    24.

    Studying a period of the recent past by interviewing people who witnessed events makes use of:

    A) participant observation

    B) random sampling

    C) oral history

    D) surveys

    3 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • True/False Sociology questions (all help appreciated)?

    1.

    Securing informed consent from research subjects makes it easier for sociologists to establish rapport with their subjects and get work done.

    A) True

    B) False

    2.

    Manifest functions are results of an activity that participants are not aware of and did not intend.

    A) True

    B) False

    3.

    Theoretical debate in sociology is a sign of its weakness as a science.

    A) True

    B) False

    4.

    Microsociology and macrosociology are interdependent.

    A) True

    B) False

    5.

    Feminism is a major, influential movement within sociology today.

    A) True

    B) False

    6.

    Historical analysis often uses sources like newspapers and contemporary descriptions to supplement the subject’s account.

    A) True

    B) False

    7.

    The only valid way to study a large population is to include every member of the population in the study group.

    A) True

    B) False

    8.

    No harm can come to subjects as a result of completing a questionnaire.

    A) True

    B) False

    9.

    Fortunately, sociology has avoided the kinds of quarrels and debates that characterize other sciences.

    A) True

    B) False

    10.

    In order to study the homeless, you must actually live among them.

    A) True

    B) False

    11.

    A disadvantage of participant observation is that only small groups or communities can be studied this way.

    A) True

    B) False

    12.

    As individuals, we create and change the structures within our social world. In turn, we are influenced and affected by those same structures.

    A) True

    B) False

    13.

    The only way to calculate an average in statistics is to divide the total of a series of numbers by the number of cases.

    A) True

    B) False

    14.

    With a sociological imagination, one sees personal troubles, such as divorce, in terms of larger public issues.

    A) True

    B) False

    15.

    All known human societies associate romantic love with marriage.

    A) True

    B) False

    2 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • True/False Sociology questions (all help appreciated)?

    1.

    Securing informed consent from research subjects makes it easier for sociologists to establish rapport with their subjects and get work done.

    A) True

    B) False

    2.

    Manifest functions are results of an activity that participants are not aware of and did not intend.

    A) True

    B) False

    3.

    Theoretical debate in sociology is a sign of its weakness as a science.

    A) True

    B) False

    4.

    Microsociology and macrosociology are interdependent.

    A) True

    B) False

    5.

    Feminism is a major, influential movement within sociology today.

    A) True

    B) False

    6.

    Historical analysis often uses sources like newspapers and contemporary descriptions to supplement the subject’s account.

    A) True

    B) False

    7.

    The only valid way to study a large population is to include every member of the population in the study group.

    A) True

    B) False

    8.

    No harm can come to subjects as a result of completing a questionnaire.

    A) True

    B) False

    9.

    Fortunately, sociology has avoided the kinds of quarrels and debates that characterize other sciences.

    A) True

    B) False

    10.

    In order to study the homeless, you must actually live among them.

    A) True

    B) False

    11.

    A disadvantage of participant observation is that only small groups or communities can be studied this way.

    A) True

    B) False

    12.

    As individuals, we create and change the structures within our social world. In turn, we are influenced and affected by those same structures.

    A) True

    B) False

    13.

    The only way to calculate an average in statistics is to divide the total of a series of numbers by the number of cases.

    A) True

    B) False

    14.

    With a sociological imagination, one sees personal troubles, such as divorce, in terms of larger public issues.

    A) True

    B) False

    15.

    All known human societies associate romantic love with marriage.

    A) True

    B) False

    1 AnswerSociology9 years ago