(a) Draw a flowchart for the catalytic dehydrogenation of propane from the description of this process that begins Section 4.3a. Label all feed, product, and connecting streams between units. (b) Write clear statements of the overall objective of the process and the functions of each of the process units (the preheater, the reactor, the absorption and stripping towers. and the distillation column).
Sociology 101 w Samson Chapter 3 A perspective that values diverse racial, ethnic, national, and linguistic backgrounds and encourages the retention of cultural differences within society is called multiculturalism. The imposition of one culture’s beliefs, practices, and artifacts on another culture through mass media and consumer products is called cultural imperialism. Which of the following is an example of a positive sanction A smile The set of shared beliefs about what a group of people considers to be worthwhile or desirable in life is called values. A person wearing sandals while dressed in a suit is likely violating a folkway. Which of the following would be considered a counterculture Black panthers The spread of McDonald’s restaurants throughout Asia is an example of cultural diffusion. Which of the following is NOT true of technological change When sociologists discuss technology and technological change, they are referring to electronic technology alone and not to other tools to reshape our material and cultural environments. According to the text, why is the spread of shows like Grey’s Anatomy or Friends to other countries potentially problematic The value placed on sexual freedom in U.S. culture that is portrayed in these shows can antagonize cultures that place a higher value on moral restraint, which may result in anti American sentiment. A student who tries to objectively analyze the food that the people of a different culture eat is using cultural relativism. Marijuana laws over the course of U.S. history illustrate: that norms change over time and across contexts and that changes in such norms are not always predictable. A group within society that is differentiated by its distinctive values, norms, and lifestyle is a subculture. Which of the following is true concerning ideal culture and real culture Real culture and ideal culture do clash with each other at times. When Marshall McLuhan asserted that "the medium is the message," he was arguing that: the changing forms of media dispersion (e.g., TV, radio, the internet) are as important or more important for cultural change than the content of the media. Cultural wars are frequently played out: In the media The formal and informal mechanisms used to increase conformity to values and norms and thus increase social cohesion are referred to as social control. The idea that language structures thought and that ways of looking at the world are embedded in language is called the SapirWhorf hypothesis. Which of the following is true about social control When it is most effective, it feels like selfcontrol. Which of the following would best be considered a part of symbolic culture Language Which of the following statements about culture is true Culture is the entire way of life of a group of people. Culture includes both symbolic and material elements. Culture acts as a lens through which one views the world and is passed on from one generation to the next. Which of the following is the correct order of norms in terms of their ingrained significance (with the most significant starting on the left) taboos – mores – folkways The physical objects associated with a cultural group refer to material culture. Which of the following is true concerning norms Norms often develop directly out of values. Which of the following statements is true concerning cultural change Cultural diffusion usually occurs in the direction from more developed to less developed nations. A student who claims that another culture is really weird because of the food that the people of that culture eat is using ethnocentrism.