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Table A practice, II (a) z is less than 21.58 (b) z is

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Problem 3.28

Table A practice, II (a) z is less than 21.58 (b) z is greater than 1.58 (c) z is greater than 20.46 (d) z is less than 0.93

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QUESTION 1 In societies in which norms are particularistic versus universalistic, age grouping of adolescents is ________ for the particularistic normed societies and ________ for the universalistic normed societies. a. not effective; effective b. effective; not effective c. effective; effective d. not effective; not effective 1 points QUESTION 2 All of the following are examples of universalistic norms in American society, except: a. taking piano lessons. b. being allowed to vote upon turning 18. c. stopping at traffic lights when driving. d. being required to file taxes annually. 1 points QUESTION 3 Professor Gates is studying large groups of adolescents to learn about their particular minicultures. Professor Gates is studying: a. peer collectives. b. cliques. c. crowds. d. subcultures. 1 points QUESTION 4 According to Kinney's research, youngsters who were "nerds" in middle school: a. were automatically labeled "dweebs" in high school. b. were the "popular" group in high school. c. could never become part of another crowd. d. had opportunities to shift status in high school. 1 points QUESTION 5 Dr. Whitney wanted to study the structure of adolescents' peer groups. She pretended to be a newcomer to the community and attended the local high school. She met a group of students and eventually joined their group. This type of observation is called: a. naturalistic observation. b. an ethnographic approach. c. a demographic approach. d. participant observation. 1 points QUESTION 6 In comparison with teenagers in previous times, teenagers in contemporary societies spend ________ time with their peers ________ with their parents. a. more; than b. less; than c. as much; as d. There is too much conflicting data on this issue to give a definitive answer. 1 points QUESTION 7 Janet is a 7th grader with several good friends (Kathy, Kara, Natalie, Sarah, and Meredith.. Natalie and Sarah are in one clique. Kara is in a second clique. Kathy is in a third clique. Meredith is only friends with Janet. According to Ennett & Bauman, Janet would be considered a __________________ and Meredith would be considered a _________________. a. Liaison; Isolate b. Isolate; Isolate c. Clique member; Liaison d. Liaison; Liaison 1 points QUESTION 8 According to research, who will most likely conform to negative peer pressure a. John, a 4th grader b. Mike, a 9th grader c. Bill, a 12th grader d. Steve, an emerging adult 1 points QUESTION 9 Research studying adolescent cliques has found that a. In high school, more than 80% of adolescents are in a clique. b. Boys are more likely than girls to be a member of a clique. c. Girls are less likely than boys to be isolates of the clique. d. All of the above statements are true. 1 points QUESTION 10 Sarah is a popular teenage girl who has just been made captain of the cheerleading squad. She is very socially adept, and notices that Britney, her social rival, is starting to enjoy more attention from their peers than Sarah receives. Jealous, she decides to start a rumor about Britney that she knows will cause many people to stop liking Britney. Sarah's behavior is best described as an example of what a. reactive aggression b. friendly fire aggression c. relative aggression d. relational aggression

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