• 1. (Ch. 10) What is the “hidden curriculum?” What nonacademic functions does it fulfill? 5pts.
2. (Ch. 10) How do sociologists define religion? How is this different from a commonsense definition of religion? 5pts.
3. (Ch. 12) Compare and contrast the structural functionalist perspective of the family with the conflict perspective. 5pts.
4. (Ch. 12) Many Americans claim to believe that “love is blind” and that romance can spring up anywhere, as long as two people have
chemistry. Chapter 12, however, argues that Cupid’s arrow is largely aimed by society. What social factors play into the mate
selection process? 5pts.
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