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Society The Basics 14th Edition Macionis - Test Bank

Society The Basics 14th Edition Macionis – Test Bank

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Society The Basics 14th Edition Macionis – Test Bank

Chapter 5

In this revision of the test bank, I have updated all of the questions to reflect changes in Society: The Basics, 14th edition. In this revision, the questions are tagged according to six levels of learning that move from lower-level to higher-level cognitive reasoning. The six levels are:

REMEMBER: a question involving recall of key terms or factual material

UNDERSTAND: a question testing comprehension of more complex ideas

APPLY: a question applying sociological knowledge to some new situation

ANALYZE: a question requiring identifying elements of an argument and their interrelationship

The 118 questions in this chapter’s test bank are divided into four types of questions. True/False questions are the least demanding. As the table below shows, all of these questions fall within the three lowest levels of cognitive reasoning (“Remember,” “Understand,” and “Apply”). Multiple-choice questions also fall within the lowest levels of cognitive reasoning. Short answer questions also span a broader range of skills (from “Understand” to “Evaluate”). Finally, essay questions are the most demanding, falling within the four highest levels of cognitive reasoning (“Apply,” “Analyze,” “Evaluate,” and “Create”).

Types of Questions

East to Difficult Level of Difficulty

True/False

Mult Choice

Short Answer

Essay

Total Qs

Remember

28 (74%)

44 (68%)

0

0

72

Understand

8 (21%)

8 (12%)

3 (43%)

0

19

Apply

2 (5%)

13 (20%)

1 (14%)

1 (12.5%)

17

Analyze

0

0

3 (43%)

7 (87.5%)

10

38

65

7

8

118

CHAPTER 5: GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS

TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS

TB_Q5.1.1

People riding together on a subway are correctly called a social group.

Answer: False

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Apply What You Know

TB_Q5.1.2

In addition to keeping their individuality, members of a social group also think of themselves as a special “we.”

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.3

The sociologist who explored the primary group was Charles Horton Cooley.

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.4

The boundary that distinguishes members from nonmembers is clearer in secondary groups than in primary groups.

Answer: False

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

TB_Q5.1.5

Generally, people in secondary relationships think of others as being a means to some end.

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.6

In general, people in secondary groups are more likely than people in primary groups to “keep score” in terms of who owes what to whom.

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.7

Expressive leaders are more likely than instrumental leaders to enjoy more personal affection from group members.

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.8

Expressive leadership emphasizes the completion of tasks.

Answer: False

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.9

The leadership style that allows group members the most autonomy is “laissez-faire.”

Answer: True

Learning Objective: LO 5.1: Explain the importance of various types of groups to social life

Topic: Social Groups

Difficulty Level: Easy

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

TB_Q5.1.10

Asch’s experiment in group conformity showed that most people would not compromise their personal judgment in order to avoid being seen as different.

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