Final exam, due Friday, December 4 uploaded to Canvas as a single document by 12

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Final exam, due Friday, December 4 uploaded to Canvas as a single document by 12:00pm noon (midday). You may only use your course readings and materials for this exam. You may use your notes, book, discussions, and readings. You may NOT collaborate with other students, seek help from another person, or “Google” or otherwise use internet sources for this exam. Each person’s answers should be UNIQUE and not reflect anyone’s work but your own. Similar answers will be submitted as an academic integrity violation to the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
Identify: For this part of the exam, choose four to answer for two points each (8 points total). You will need to identify (WHO, what, and how/why) for each. In a separate sentence, state WHY this term is IMPORTANT to the sociological study of inequality for each term. Do your own work and do not accept help from any other source (other than assigned readings) or person.
Weathering hypothesis
Occupational prestige
Utilitarianism
Veil of ignorance
Categorical imperative
Moral desert
Telos
Short Answer: Answer THREE for four points each (12 points total). Write in complete sentences; your answers should be unique and not reflect any help or collaboration from any other person or source that is not your assigned readings. You should reference a minimum of one author/researcher’s name in each of your responses (other than Stuber or Sandel, your textbook authors).
1. Explain the “field experiment” (“audit study”) approach to sociological research and give two examples (with authors’ names) of how this method has been used to study inequality. How do these studies help us understand inequality better?
How do economic and residential segregation influence each other to worsen educational inequality? Give two examples, citing at least one author.
Name one historical and one contemporary example of inequalities of health care and/or health outcomes among racial groups.
Name two skills or ways of thinking that sociology students can learn from the process of ethical reasoning. Additionally, how would you apply ethical reasoning to your role as a citizen?
Provide a justification for Universal Basic Income using one of the ethical reasoning perspectives from the Sandel book. Using that perspective, you must also account for the issue of consent for those who would oppose UBI in society.

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