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Sociology: A Canadian Perspective, Second Edition - Chapter 22

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Question 1:

a) interpersonal, group, public, and mass
b) interpersonal, face-to-face, group, and mass
c) online, telephone, text, and face-to-face
d) online, interpersonal, public, and mass

Question 2:

a) 1940s
b) 1950s
c) 1960s
d) 1980s

Question 3:

a) Feminism.
b) Structural functionalism.
c) Conflict theory.
d) Symbolic interactionism.

Question 4:

a) Political studies and cultural economy.
b) Political economy and cultural studies.
c) Globalization and ownership.
d) The state and media policy.

Question 5:

a) Rogers Communication
b) the Thompson Corp.
c) Quebecor
d) BCE

Question 6:

a) worldwide production and financial transactions.
b) the transmission or diffusion accross national bordersnof various forms of media and the arts.
c) the dominance of the American film industry.
d) an exchange of cultural traditions across national borders.

Question 7:

a) 1930;1936
b) 1960;1966
c) 1970;1976
d) 1990;1996

Question 8:

a) ideological aspects of the media.
b) representation of the working class within the media.
c) ownership and control of the media.
d) techniques and skills necessary to succeed in controlling the media.

Question 9:

a) the idea that we are currently living in a consumerist society
b) the anomie of society today
c) that we still live in a restricted choice society
d) communication technology has made the broadcasting of signals seem limitless

Question 10:

a) functionalist
b) interactionist
c) conflict
d) feminist

Question 11:

a) Woman with a Gun
b) Women and the Police Force
c) Physical Power and Women
d) Woman as Cop

Question 12:

a) racialization
b) discrimination
c) encoding
d) decoding

Question 13:

a) dominant-hegemonic, oppositional, and negotiated.
b) interpretation, negotiation, and investigation.
c) research, interpretation, and investigation.
d) negotiation, oppositional, dominant-hegemonic.

Question 14:

a) corporations.
b) executive producers.
c) subordinate groups.
d) none of the above.

Question 15:

a) inequalities in access to computers.
b) inequalities in access to the Internet.
c) inequalities in the skills needed to use computers.
d) all of the above.