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  1. a rite adjusted to the needs of the family or the trends of the time
    adaptive funeral rite
  2. dealing with agriculture, farm base. the locale of the extended (joint) family system
  3. a situation in which a person or entity is unknown
  4. existential statements about the physical and social world
  5. a family unit consisting of one male and one female, their children together, and any children they may have had from previous marriages
    blended family
  6. a governing system characterized by specialization, hierarchy, formal rule, impersonality, and a specialized administrative staff
  7. (ritual) -any action performed during a rite which may or may not have symbolic meaning to the participants or observers of the action
  8. a grouping of ppl with similar socio-economic status
  9. two or more ppl, unrelated by either blood or marriage who are sharing living quarters together
  10. living or happening in the same period
  11. the reduction of a dead human remains to its essential inorganic elements by use of fire
  12. the emotional attitude that recognizes other cultures as equivalent and pertinent
    cultural relativism
  13. common traits or patterns found in all cultures of mankind
    cultural universal
  14. a set of knowledge, beliefs, attitudes and rule for behavior that are held commonly within a society
  15. a social behavior which is considered to be normal and is based on tradition
  16. pertaining to demography; the science of vital statistics, or of births, deaths, marriage, etc. of society
  17. the acquiring of the culture by a person through deliberate instruction by other members of that society
    direct learning
  18. the belief that the created is reunited with the creator at death
    doctrine of atonement
  19. a form of family government which holds that both male and female have equal voice in governing
  20. a group of ppl who are recognized as a as a distinct group on the basis of such characteristic as language, ancestry, or religion
  21. the belief that one's own race, nation, group or culture is superior to all other
  22. (socialization)-the process by which a person learns the social values of a society
  23. a household unit consisting of one mother, one father, all of their unmarried children, their sons, sons' wives and their children
    extended (joint) family
  24. behaviors which when violated carry only informal sanctions such as scolding or ridicule
  25. a rite performed with the body present
  26. a process involving all activities associated with final disposition
  27. an all inclusive term used to encompass all funerals and/or memorial service
    funeral rite
  28. a funeral rite that is in essence devoid of religious connotation
    humanistic funeral rite
  29. any disposition of a dead human body, either by means of burial or cremation, with no form of funeral rite at the time of disposition
    immediate disposition
  30. a process by which a person learn the norms of his culture by observation of others in his/her society
    indirect learning
  31. the change form individual crafting of products to the manufacturing of goods through mass production
  32. the offspring or children of a specific set of parents
  33. a must behavior of a ppl enforced by those elected to govern; a rule of action prescribed by an authority able to enforce its will
  34. a family government where the mother or female possesses power and the right of decision making
    matriarchal family
  35. a funeral rite held w/o the body present
    memorial service
  36. an organization, public or private, which endorses the practice of conducting funeral rites w/o the body of the deceased present
    memorial society
  37. the state or quality of being mobile, the ability to move from place to place readily, or to move from class to class, either up or down
  38. of, or characteristic of the present or recent times, not ancient, often used to designate certain contemporary tendencies
  39. a family unit created by two or more nuclear families or friendships
    modified extended family
  40. must behavior, rule of behavior which are considered vital to the welfare of the group and accompanied by relatively severe sanctions
  41. the movement of families away from where they were born
  42. those funeral rites which deviate from the normal or prescribed circumstances of established customs
    non- traditional funeral rite
  43. a family unit that is made up of married man and woman and their children
    nuclear family
  44. behavioral patterns which are observable by other
    overt conduct
  45. a form of family government where the father, or male, possesses that power and right of decision making
    patriarchal family
  46. arrangements btwn a funeral establishment and family which designates detail of a funeral service, including the selection of merchandise, prior to the death of the person
    pre-need programs
  47. a culturally entrenched pattern of behavior made up of 1- sacred beliefs, 2-emotional feelings accompanying the beliefs, and 3- overt conduct presumably implementing the beliefs and feeling
  48. any event performed in a solemn and prescribed manner
  49. ceremonies centering around transition in life from one status to another
    rite of passage
  50. a specific method or procedure used to used to comply with a folkway, mores and/or law
  51. a family unit made up of one adult, either male or female, and their children
    single parent family
  52. an event which allows those who have something in common with each other to deal with one another in regard to that which they share in common
    social function
  53. the upward or downward movement of a person or family w/I the social classes of their society
    social mobility
  54. the categorization of ppl according to their attainment or lack of attainment of finances or social status
    social stratification
  55. a group of persons forming a single community with some interest in common
  56. the study od social groups, their modes of organization, the processes which tend to maintain or change these forms, and the relationships btwn the groups
  57. a division of a culture, connected to a larger culture by common traits, while having unique traits, while having unique traits of its own
  58. anything to which socially created meaning is given
  59. a social prohibition of certain actions, a behavior which dictates that one must abstain from certain acts
  60. the study of death, derived from the name Thanatos, Greek God of Death
  61. those funeral rites that follow a prescribed ritual which may be dictated either by religious beliefs or social customs
    traditional funeral rite
  62. the change from rural to urban areas
  63. a behavior which dictates the individual must abstain from certain acts dealing with death is a
  64. a "ribbon cutting" at the opening of a supermarket could best be described as a
  65. a baptism could best be described as a
  66. which of the following does NOT describe the joint/extended family unit

    large in size
    restricted in mobility
    may include several generations
    urban base
    urban base
  67. within a patriarchal joint/extended family, who would assume control at the father (age 62)

    steve, son-32
    jake mother's brother-54
    tom, son 37
    tom, son-37
  68. a must behavior, the basic patterns of ideas and acts of ppl are
  69. the science that deals with the organization of social groups and how they change or stay the same is called
  70. rites of funeralization with the body present are called
  71. rites of funeralization w/o the presence of the body itself are referred to as
    memorial services
  72. an all inclusive term used by ppl to encompass all funeral and/or memorial services is
    culture univeral
  73. the traditional location of the preparation of a dead human body for funeralization was originally in__ in early America
    the home
  74. historically the person or persone in charge of the funeral was the
  75. a behavior pattern which is enforced by special authority is a
  76. funeral rites which are devoid of religion are
  77. funeral directors who sense that all cultures and subcultures have valid sets of values are seeing in their clients
    cultural relativity
  78. a joint/extended family is usually
  79. sacred beliefs reflected in the daily conduct of an individual are part of
  80. memorial services are funeral rite w/o
    a body present
  81. humanistic funerals are devoid of
  82. the group aspect of a funeral rite makes the event
    a social funtion
  83. because funeral rites are present in every known society, the rite would be considered a
    cultural universal
  84. social behavior that is dictated by tradition
    is a custom
  85. a specific act or function dealing with death is called
    a rite
  86. a division of a culture that has traits in common with that culture but has unique traits of it own is a
  87. a family that is governed by the father is
  88. those funeral rites which follow a prescribed order of worship dictated by religious tradition are
    traditional funeral rites
  89. a system of abstract pattens of and for both living and dying which are learned directly or indirectly defines
  90. the economic impact of the death patriarchal leader in an extended (joint) family is
  91. of the following terms, which best describes movement from rural areas into the suburbs

  92. the loss of individual identity is call
  93. which of the following terms best describes relocation or travel

  94. the loss of craftsmanship is a result of
  95. strict departmental standards with little or no variation is typical of
  96. contemporary funeral rites could be considered
    adaptive funeral rites
  97. a cluster of two or more nuclear families united by a social bond for security, protection and help is
    a modified extended family
  98. a funeral rite that has been adjusted to reflect the needs and desires of those directly involved is
    an adaptive funeral rite
  99. a family that is governed by the mother is
  100. the method by which social values are learned is
  101. the process with which members of one culture assimilate the traits of another is called
  102. a term that would best describe the studies of the population is
  103. an existential statement about the physical and social world is known as
    a belief
  104. a men, a women and their unmarried children in one household is
    a nuclear family
  105. those funeral rites that deviate from the prescribed circumstances are
    non-traditional funeral rites
  106. consideration made for service is
    profession fees
  107. the son and his family are included in an
    extended family
  108. depersonalization leads to
  109. ecological consideration is a reason given for an increase in
  110. which of the following is a type of cemetery

    lawn crypt
    memorial park
    memorial park
  111. no matter the age of the son, if the oldest male dies he may enter the leadership role in the
    patriarchal family
  112. the death of a child would be softened simply by the number of childern
    joint family
  113. which of the following does NOT describe the nuclear family

    smallest family unit
    farm based
    highly mobile
    economically dependent
    farm based
  114. what change in the American funeral rite is most closely associated with improvement in transportation
    the selection of funeral homes are no longer made because of proximity
  115. in an extended (joint) family, religion is taught at
  116. for the funeral director, urbanization has meant
    it is hard to know all families you serve personally
  117. the tendency of contemporary off-spring to move away and relocate is called
    neo- localism
  118. the religious structure of American society is primarily
    judeo christian
  119. the educational level of the American society is generally
    very high
  120. the location of funeral rites and preparation during the past 50yrs has
    changed from the home of the deceased to a modern mortuary
  121. we have seen the greatest acceleration in the use of embalming
    since WW2
  122. in the past 50 yrs, church yard cemeteries have
    declined in use in favor of modern memorial park cemeteries
  123. Ford's assembly line of the early 1900's is an example of
  124. the word contemporary means
    of the same time
  125. the bereaved person charged with the decisions of funeral arrangements will generally be guided by personal values and by
    the norms of the culture
  126. what serves as the first event signaling the beginning of a new family unit
    the funeral
  127. the overall purpose of religion in a funeral service is
    to allow for the acknowledgment of the doctrine of atonement
  128. all of the following are valid considerations for cremation as a method of disposition EXCEPT

    following the wishes of the deceased
    ecological responsibility
  129. which of the following would not be an anticipated part of the disposition of human remains when the service is a traditional funeral

    a casket
    use of an outside receptacle
    professional services
    a memorial service
    a memorial service
  130. sociology is a branch of
    social science
  131. sociology of funeral service begins with the at-need arrangement conference and ends with
    the graveside service
  132. sociology is concerned with each of the following areas EXCEPT

    the internal organization of social group
    examining individual behavior
    the operations of social groups
    ways of changing social groups
    examining individual behaviors
  133. each of the following are characteristics of culture EXCEPT

    it does not impose equally on members of the group
    it regulates all basic patterns of living
    it serves to form a unique and distinctive way of life
    it does not regulate morals
    it does not impose equally on members of the group
  134. each of the following could be described as a funeral rite EXCEPT

    a traditional funeral
    an adaptive funeral
    direct disposition
    a humanistic funeral
    direct disposition
  135. in reviewing responses to death through sociology, all of the following are correct EXCEPT

    the funeral is a social function
    society does not choose funeral rites according to family tradition
    the funeral rite is a cultural universal
    to understand how a society buries its dead you must examine and understand its culture
    society does not choose funeral rites according to family tradition
  136. the American system of government is best described as
  137. a causative factor in the creation of the "first death-free generation" is
    modern medical technology
  138. the upward occupational mobility of a member of a typical nuclear family unit is
  139. the modern American family is considered to be
  140. the process of socialization is
    a lifelong process
  141. sociology
    the science of social group study
  142. funeral
    rites with the body present
  143. memorial service
    rites w/o the body present
  144. funeral rite
    both funeral and memorial servce
  145. cultural universal
    patterns identifiable in all cultures
  146. mobility
    relocation, travel
  147. industrialization
    loss of craftsmanship
  148. urbanization
    increase concentrated popluation
  149. bureaucratiztion
    strict departmental standards with little or no variation of the standards
  150. anonymity
    loss of individual identity
  151. traditional funeral rite
    those rites witch follow prescribed ritual
  152. non-traditional funeral rite
    a rite which deviates from the normal
  153. humanistic funeral
    devoid of religious connotation
  154. adaptive funeral rite
    contemporary funeral rite
  155. immediate disposition
    completely devoid of any form of funeral rite
  156. folkway
    standard of behavior non-compulsive
  157. law
    must behavior enforced by goverrnment
  158. ceremony
    an action with no symbolic content
  159. ritual
    an action with symbolic content
  160. religion
    standard of behavior based on sacred beliefs
  161. culture
    abstract patterns of and for living and dying
  162. mores
    must behavior of the basic and important of ideas and acts of ppl
  163. taboos
    dictates what one must not do
  164. customs
    social behavior as dictated be tradition
  165. enculturation
    the method by which social values are learned
  166. primitive funeral rite
    funeral rites identified with a pre-literate society
  167. immediate disposition
    disposition of human remains devoid of any funeral rite at time of disposition
  168. neolocalism
    moving and living in an area different from or other the place of birth
  169. rules
    specified methods of procedure
  170. rite
    specific act or function dealing with death