How much time and money will research require? What special equipment or skill are necessary? Can you do work yourself? What sources of funding are available to support research how should answer these questions we need a
Start keeping a log and record file
Find out what others have learned about the topic
Assess the requirements for carrying out the research
Specific your theoretical orientation
Eucation is undergoing a transformation in which the boundary between schooling and the outside world is breaking down allowing for workplace education education beyond the confines of the classroom and at many different times How is this broad change usually described?
Retirement's negative effects are felt most strongly by.
upper-class men and service workers
women in general and lower-class workers
middle-class men and lower-class women
none of the above
Concept of homogeneous was given by
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis.
may well be unintelligible as translated in some languages
is the product of a distinct world view
emphasizes the difficulty of understanding another culture as its participants understand it
all of the above
Symbolic interactionism tends to focus on
Macro-level social change
Small-scale social change
Meso-level social change
Change in the behaviour of the ego
Who was Comte's Mentor?
refers to new forms of social disintegration
is the adjustment gap between material and nonmaterial culture
occurs when the dominant group forces changes upon the subordinate group which lags behind
is society's way of avoiding the social problems that ensue from social change
Recording, Publishing, and live performance is called
Ribosome are synthesized in part of cell called
A system in which people have great difficulty changing their status is called a(n)
Scientists start an investigation with by.
selecting and defining a topic
verifying an hypothesis
replicating an experiment
According to sociology a group of people who have tensions between in-groups and out-groups are stressed by
None of the above
Cultural traits are formed on the basis of
needs of life
needs of religion
needs of economic development
needs of political advancement
Power is legitimate if.
it is enforced on members of society
a majority of societal members accept its use as right and proper
it has been transmitted in a traditional way
it is rational
Great civilizations of world developed in.
Lowlands of great river basins
None of these
"What gravity is to physical world, social capillarity is to the social order", is said by
Tearoom Trade is typical of the questions asked by sociologists because.
it takes place outside the university campus
it makes use of covert research methods
it investigates working of society that are different from official accounts
the investigator is sympathetic to the activities that he is investigating
What is the term for associations that members enter and leave freely?
The book ''Street Corner Society'' was authored by
William F. Whyte
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