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Round ONE:
Introduction to
Round ONE, Question 1
• Question:
• Sociology is the study of…
• Answer:
• Human societies and social behaviors
Round ONE, Question 2
• Question:
• Sociologists look at everyday life as if they
are seeing it for the first time. What is the
phrase used to describe this?
• Answer:
• “Seeing the familiar as strange”(or seeing
the strange in the familiar)
Round ONE, Question 3
• Question:
• Mrs. Sociologist wants to understand the role
of the family in the socialization process. Is
this Micro-Sociology or MacroSociology…and WHY?
• Answer:
• Macro – “Big Picture”
Round ONE, Question 4
• Question:
• Jane is a white, middle-class, teenager at
MHS. John is a 50 year-old Hispanic who is a
day laborer. They both have very different
worldviews as a result of their
• Answer:
• Social Location
Round ONE, Question 5
• Question:
• This philosopher coined the term “sociology”
and is the known as the “Father of Sociology”
• Answer:
• Auguste Comte
Round ONE, Question 6
• Question:
• Identify TWO of the major historical events
that influenced the development of the study
of sociology…get all three and get an extra
• Answer:
• Enlightenment, Industrial Revolution,
Round TWO:
Theoretical Perspectives
Round TWO, Question 1
• Question:
• Which of the major theoretical perspectives
views society as the product of everyday
interactions between individuals?
• Answer:
• Symbolic-Interactionism
Round TWO, Question 2
• Question:
• Which of the major theoretical perspectives
grew out of Marx’s belief that conflict
between the “Have’s” and “Have-Nots”
created social change?
• Answer:
• Conflict Theory
Round TWO, Question 3
• Question:
• Describe the Structural-Functionalist
theoretical perspective
• Answer:
• Society is system of interrelated parts
• Each part has a function/purpose to promote
solidarity and stability
Round TWO, Question 4
• Question:
• The intended, or_________ function of cars
is to provide transportation; but the
unintended, or ________ function of cars is
to be a status symbol
• Answer:
• Manifest; Latent
Round TWO, Question 5
• Question:
• The comic below represents which theoretical
• Answer:
• Conflict Theory
Round TWO, Question 6
• Question:
• The comic below represents which theoretical
• Answer:
• Symbolic-Interactionist
Round THREE:
Research Methods
Round THREE, Question 1
• Question:
• What is the FIRST STEP in the research
• Answer:
• Clearly define the problem
Round THREE, Question 2
• Question:
• This is the variable that may be influenced by
the experimental treatment
• Answer:
• Dependent Variable
Round THREE, Question 3
• Question:
• A study about teenage drivers showed that
students who paid more money for their cars
were less likely to get into accidents. This is
an example of a __________ correlation.
• Answer:
• Negative (or inverse)
Round THREE, Question 4
• Question:
• In order to provide a baseline against which
an experimenter can evaluate the effects of a
specific variable, researchers must make use
of a ________________.
• Answer:
• Control Group
Round THREE, Question 5
• Question:
• What THREE things MUST be present for
causation to exist? (yes, you must have all
• Answer:
• Correlation, Time Order, Rule out all other
Round FOUR:
Sociological Motivation
Round FOUR, Question 1
• Question:
• Approaches to motivation that place value on
external forces focus on what?
• Answer:
• Incentives
Round FOUR, Question 2
• Question:
• An inborn biological force that determines
• Answer:
• Instinct
Round FOUR, Question 3
• Question:
• The goal in Drive-Reduction Theory
• Answer:
• Achieve homeostasis
Round FOUR, Question 4
• Question:
• Give an example of a physiological need
according to Maslow’s Hierarchy
• Answer:
• Food, water, warmth, rest
Round FOUR, Question 5
• Question:
• Identify Maslow’s “needs” in correct
ascending order (bottom to top)
• Answer:
• Physiological Needs, Safety Needs,
Belongingness/Love Needs, Esteem Needs,