21. Real environmental justice would mean that poor communities would not have to choose between economic development and a healthy environment.
22. C. Wright Mills used the term “the sociological imagination” to refer to important interconnections between personal troubles and public issues. What would he have said about deprivation amplification?
a. It didn’t really apply to a sociological imagination.
b. Both public issues and personal troubles contribute to poor health and so work needs to be done at both levels to more properly address disease rates.
c. Neither public issues nor personal troubles contribute to poor health and so work done at these levels would not address disease rates any differently.
d. Personal troubles cause poor health and so work needs to be done to more properly address disease rates.
e. Public issues cause poor health and so work needs to be done to more properly address disease rates.
23. According to conflict theory, how does the nuclear family facilitate exploitation?
a. by making geographic mobility possible
b. by employing members of other social groups to do its dirty work
c. by exploiting the working class, whose products it consumes
d. through the use of nannies and domestic workers
e. through a sexual division of labor within the home
24. All successful social movements are eventually incorporated into institutions.
25. Which of the following is a basic demographic variable?
e. sustainable development
26. Which of the following sounds most like recreation, as your textbook defines it?
a. a magician who puts up flyers and works at children’s birthday parties
b. a guitarist on tour who has to sell t-shirts and CDs at the merchandise table after each show
c. a student’s time between getting out of class and going to work
d. the “recess” period given to children in primary school, when they can spend unstructured time on the playground
e. someone learning the calculus required to compute the amount and type of fuel needed to power a model rocket that he wants to launch in a par