A church that is formally allied with the state and is the official religion of the society is referred to as:
A system of common beliefs and rituals centered on “sacred things” that unites believers and provides a sense of meaning and purpose is referred to as:
Shared beliefs, values, norms, ideas, institutions, and organizations that create a common identity among a group of people is referred to as:
The study of human cultures and societies and their development is known as:
_____ is power based on a belief in the lawfulness of enacted rules (laws) and the legitimate right of leaders to exercise authority under such rules.
Groups comprised of people who share the same concerns on a particular issue are referred to as:
A single people or nation governed by a political authority or state is commonly referred to as:
The threat or use of physical violence to force compliance is referred to as:
An economic order characterized by the market allocation of goods and services, production for private profit, and private ownership of the means of producing wealth is referred to as:
Karl Marx introduced the idea of a _____, a pool of job-seekers whose numbers outpace the available positions and who contribute to keeping wages low and conditions of work tenuous.
pool of unemployment
unemployed labor pool
reserve army of labor
labor army reserve
Any human effort that adds something of value to the goods and services that are available to others is commonly known as:
Highly educated professionals who engage in mental labor and the manipulation of symbols are also known as:
Which of the following best represents the sociological definition of health?
The extent to which a person experiences a state of mental, physical, and social well-being
The absence of illness and a positive sense of soundness
The extent to which a person is free from illness or able to perform day-to-day tasks
An institutionalized system for the scientific diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness
What is the definition of morbidity?
The rate of death
The rate of illness
The rate of incidence of physical ailments
The number of people who seek medicial attention in a given period of time
The science and practice of health protection and maintenance at a community level is referred to as:
Public health policy
Which of the following countries spends the most per capita on health care?
The United States