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Theories of Individual Social Development: Intro to Sociology Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Lamar is a university student and is confident in his ability to make sound moral judgments. Which of the following perspectives would Gilligan expect Lamar to use?

Question 2 2. A child who refuses to help a classmate cheat because the rules say cheating is wrong is in _____ of moral development.

Question 3 3. The _____ stage of Piaget's cognitive development theory is characterized by the development of logical operations, classification, and conservation.

Question 4 4. According to Piaget, children in the preoperational stage have difficulty taking the perspective of another person. They are demonstrating _____.

Question 5 5. According to Piaget, children in the concrete operational stage have not yet fully mastered _____

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Question 6 6. Which of the following describes Freud's legacy?

Question 7 7. A child not stealing a cookie for fear of being punished is in _____ of moral development.

Question 8 8. Knowing that a sandwich contains the same amount of food whether it is cut into two pieces or four pieces represents the concept of _____.

Question 9 9. What element did Gilligan consider in her theory of moral development after it was not fully addressed by Kohlberg?

Question 10 10. A child hiding a cookie so he doesn't have to share it with the other kids is in _____ of moral development.

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Question 11 11. The struggle between intimacy and isolation is most common during the _____

Question 12 12. An identity crisis is most likely to take place during the _____

Question 13 13. The conflict between trust and mistrust defines the _____

Question 14 14. CeCe went for a walk in the park. Along one of the hiking trails, she spotted a $20 bill on the ground. No one was around to claim it. What would her superego tell her to do?

Question 15 15. According to Mead and Cooley, the self is developed through _____.

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Question 16 16. A person who breaks a law that she perceives as unjust, such as civil-rights advocates did in the 1960s, is in _____ of moral development.

Question 17 17. Alice and her friend used up all the paint in the art room. When the instructor confronted them, Alice didn't say a word and let her friend take the blame. Which stage of moral development in Gilligan's Ethics of Care theory was Alice demonstrating?

Question 18 18. The _____ stage of Piaget's cognitive development theory is characterized by the development of abstract systems of thought that allow learners to solve complex problems with multiple factors.

Question 19 19. An elderly adult who feels content about her life is experiencing _____

Question 20 20. Which of the following is an example of how a person would behave if their id went unchecked?

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Question 21 21. Why wouldn't a solitary activity such as reading a book contribute to the development of 'self'?

Question 22 22. The phase of self that is considered the present and the future self is known as the _____.

Question 23 23. A child who shares her lunch snack with a classmate she wants to make friends with is in _____ of moral development.

Question 24 24. According to Erik Erikson, psychosocial identities involve the interplay between our _____.

Question 25 25. What is one way the ego is different from the id and superego?

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Question 26 26. Jessica often allows her friends to copy her science homework. She's fully aware she could be punished, but she wants her friends to do well in class. Jessica appears to be at what stage of moral development according to Gilligan's Ethics of Care theory?

Question 27 27. What sort of balance did Gilligan believe an individual was working toward while transitioning through the stages of moral development?

Question 28 28. How does the reality principle work?

Question 29 29. The stage in the looking-glass self concept in which one synthesizes external views about oneself and internal reactions is known as _____.

Question 30 30. Ted thinks his teacher and friends view him as intelligent. He takes in these views and reacts to them. Which stage of looking-glass self personality development would this represent?

Theories of Individual Social Development: Intro to Sociology Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

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