Liz runs on the track team.She is a sociology major and has three roommates.Liz has two sisters and one brother.Liz enjoys watching movies and swimming.Which of the following is Liz's ascribed status?
B) track team member
C) sociology major
E) movie watcher
Brendon is a pastor at the local church.To earn extra money,Brendon bartends on Friday nights.This is an example of
A) a master status.
B) status inconsistency.
C) a status set.
D) a role set.
E) social structure.
Ralph,an avid surfer,competes in surfing competitions on the weekends.Ralph is also a high school teacher."surfer and "teacher" form Ralph's:
A) conflict set.
B) status set.
C) stature set.
D) structure set.
E) connection set.
Status inconsistencies refer to
A) the actual behavior of a person who occupies a status.
B) the behavior expected of a person who has a particular status.
C) social positions that we attain through personal effort.
D) shifting communication patterns that govern people's interpersonal relationships.
E) the conflict that arises from occupying social positions that are ranked differently.