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widening gap, and the rise in inequality, in the United States.
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racism mean and why does racism occur? (e) Does racism still ex1st 1n the n1 e es.
3. As it stands, ?researchers, educators and parents alike are challenging the binary concepts
of sex and gender. . . ? (a) What does sex mean and what does gender. mean? .(b) What IS
meant by the social construction of gender and how is gender SOClallzathl?l linked to the
construction of gender? (c) Finally, how do sociologists help us to understand the gender
inequalities that exist in sex and relationships?
A ?one size fits all? model cannot describe the many shapes that today?s families take nor
the quality of the interactions among their members. (a) How do sociologists define the
term family, and explain the evolution of the ideas surrounding the definition of the term
family. (b) How do race, ethnicity and gender intersect with class to create inequality
A ke reli ious attem amon toda ?s outh is described as ?A od exists who created
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and ordered the world and watches over human life? (Smith et a1. 2009). (a) How do
ociologists define religion? (b) Why do sociologists regard religion as fluid and
an’able? (c) Why is it difficult to distinguish religious conflict from racial/ethnic or cla: