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SOC 315 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY QUIZ 8 -University Of Arizona. Score 100%.

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SOC 315 Practice Quiz 8 (100%) Question 1 (0.2 points) Which of the following best represents Weber's concept of power? Question 1 options: The ability to create laws and enforce social norms. ... The ability to manipulate others aims, especially through ideological control. The ability to compete in a social market of power resources. The ability to exercise one's will despite resistance by others. Question 2 (0.2 points) Which of the following are limitations of Weber's concept of power? Question 2 options: The concept does not capture disembodied command or "diffused power". The concept does not capture embodied command or "authoritative power". The concept does not account for power alongside others in cooperation. The concept fails to account for ones ability to influence consent or loyalty. Question 3 (0.2 points) Which of the following is the common and general point behind the concepts of both "social cage" and "social closure"? Question 3 options: One continues to obey the powers of their community because there are no alternatives available for doing otherwise. One continues to obey the powers of their community because they are embodied through traditional and charismatic authority. One continues to obey the powers of their community because the community allows greater access to resources. One continues to obey the powers of their community because the state is "captured" by the upper class. Question 4 (0.2 points) Which of the following best distinguishes "social cage" from "social closure"? Question 4 options: The former is a distinctively political concept about systems of policy whereas the latter is a sociological concept about systems of norms. The former refers to liabilities through the widespread interdependence of people; the latter to advantages on part of local membership to groups. The former contains no benefits for the people constrained, the latter does include benefits. The former refers to constraints placed on individuals by the state; the latter refers to constraints placed on individuals by private organizations. Question 5 (0.2 points) What are the main political responses to existing power relations? Question 5 options: Accept them and be loyal Forfeit the right to take political action Attempt to escape power relation Speak out to try to change them Question 6 (0.2 points) Which of the following represents "widespread but loose" power? Question 6 options: Authoritative power Intensive power Diffused power Extensive power Question 7 (0.2 points) Which of the following represents a form of power whose source is not readily identifiable? Question 7 options: Extensive power Intensive power Diffused power Authoritative power Question 8 (0.2 points) Aside from the concept of power itself, what key revisions does Mann make to Weber in conceptualizing the sources of power? Question 8 options: Power is organized within networks rather than across 'society'. Power does not include conflict and is typically based on cooperation. Power relations do not have primacy in explaining historical trends. Political power is distinct from the use of force in military power. Question 9 (0.2 points) Choose any form of power in society and use Mann's conceptual framework (extensive/intensive, authoritative/diffused) to briefly characterize it. Question 9 options: Question 10 (0.2 points) Saved Is your chosen power a primary source of power (i.e. part of IEMP) or is it derivative? If derivative, can you connect it to a IEMP power? Question 10 options: ________________________________________ [Show More]

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