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1

The term used to describe a situation where a negative behavior provokes a series of subsequent negative behaviors is:

Vicious circle.

2

Margaret Mead argued that jealousy records the degree of the lover's:

Insecurity.

3

The typical American marries for:

Love.

4

"Authentic love" is a mixture of:

Romantic love, selfless love, and companionate love.

5

Amitia Etzioni believes that one of the main obstacles to an enduring love relationship is:

Individualism.

6

According to John Crosby, the notion that romatic love should lead to marriage is a:

Contemporary myth.

7

Theologian Paul Tillich believes that the highest form of love is the merging of:

Eros and agape.

8

A strong appreciation for loved ones is a characteristic of:

Mature love.

9

Cox believes that the most important prerequisite for true love is:

Knowing and accepting ourselves.

10

Family functioning is disrupted when roles and norms are:

Unclear.

11

The mass media's emphasis on sex has led many Americans to equate sex with:

Love.

12

Norms are:

Accepted and expected patterns of behaviors.

13

Cox uses the "catch 22" phrase to describe:

Career women who want to have children.

14

The belief that gender roles are essentially inborn is called:

Biological determinism.

15

Culturally assigned behaviors based on a person's sex are called:

Gender role differentiation.

16

In sociological terms the traditional feminine character traits are labeled:

Expressive.

17

The belief that roles should be filled on the basis of individual strengths and weaknesses is called:

Role equity.

18

The belief that gender roles are determined by environmental factors is consistent with:

The social learning theory.

19

In sociological terms the traditional masculine character traits are labeled:

Instrumental.

20

Mary has been frustrated because her new husband, Steve doesn't take responsibility for the yard work like her father always did. Mary's disappointment stems from:

Role expectations.