Sociology

Please check my answers.

1. Population growth is an issue because
A. sociologists cannot track all the social groups that arise.
B. infrastructure within cities is insufficient.
C. it goes hand in hand with lowered life expectancy.
D. natural resources are limited.*

2. Renee lives in a country that has high birthrates and high death rates. Her country is the ______ stage of the demographic transition.
A. first
B. second*
C. third
D. fourth

3. According to the Anti-Malthusians, we should be more concerned with ______ than overpopulation.
A. genetically modified foods
B. population shrinkage
C. the effects of pollution*
D. keeping cities in check

4. What is the difference in percentage of people living in cities from 1790 to 1920?
A. 20%
B. 40%
C. 45%*
D. 85%

5. When people and businesses move away from the center of the city to the outskirts, what model of urbanization is being followed?
A. concentric-zone model
B. sector model*
C. peripheral model
D. multiple-nuclei model

6. A population explosion occurs when a country experiences
A. high birthrates and low death rates
B. a "demographic free fall"
C. low birthrates and low death rates
D. high birthrates and high death rates*

7. _______ has transformed the inner cities into ghettos.
A. Suburbanization*
B. Urbanization
C. Deindustrialization
D. Gentrification

8. One effect of urbanization is
A. decreased variety in businesses and services
B. a greater number of families headed by women
C. a decreased need for infrustructure
D. cities have a growing influence on society*

9. The ______ are urban residents who cannot move when community or personal changes occur or when other groups move in.
A. cosmopolites
B. singles
C. deprived*
D. trapped

10. Shopping malls, hotels, office parks, and residential areas that are located near the intersection of major highways are called
A. enterprise zones
B. edge cities*
C. red cities
D. metropolitan statistical areas

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  1. I'm not sure about 2, 4, and 9.

    6, 7, 8 are wrong.

    The others are right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. I think 6 is A, 7 is B, and 8 is C. Those were the ones that I was second guessing myself on

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  3. 6 is A, 7 is B - yes

    I was wrong about 8. I believe you were right when you said it was D.

    Sorry.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Okay thank you!

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  5. You're welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. 1)D
    2)A
    3)B
    4)C
    5)C
    6)A
    7)A
    8)D
    9)D
    10)B

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  7. ^ not right
    Population and Urbanization
    1. D
    2. D
    3. A
    4. D
    5. B
    6. B
    7. C
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A

    This is 100% right!
    - Hope

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  8. Hope is wrong
    1)D
    2)A
    3)B
    4)C
    5)C
    6)A
    7)A
    8)D
    9)D
    10)B
    100%

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  9. None of the above answers will be correct because each quiz is different. So do not use the answers given above.

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  10. 100% correct and Anonymous were correct. Hope and Raina were wrong .

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  11. 1. according to anti-malthusian... *population shrinkage*
    2.a population explosion occurs...
    *high birthrates and low death rates*
    3.____ has transformed the inner...
    *suburbanization*
    4.one effect of urbanization is...
    *cities have a growing influence on society*
    5.renee lives in a country that has...
    *first*
    6.the ___ are urban residents who...
    *trapped*
    7.when people and businesses...
    *peripheral model*
    8.shopping malls, hotels, office...
    *edge cities*
    9.what is the difference in percentage...
    *45%*
    10.population growth is an issue...
    *natural resources are limited*

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  12. Kaelen is right! The quizzes are different for everyones, so all you have to do is make sure you have the right number for the question! The answers themselves are all correct though!

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  13. Kaelen, thank you so much for these answers

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