Sociology questions set 156

By | September 24, 2018

Sociology

Question 1
The..... is the number of deaths per 1000 inhabitants in specific age group
A
crude death rate
B
age-specific death rate
C
infant mortality rate
D
targeted mortality rate
Question 2
Constructionist studies of old age view it as.
A
a medical condition
B
a period of life
C
a state of mind
D
a social category
Question 3
Pluralist societies depend upon one of the following for their existence.
A
immigration
B
colonization
C
conquest
D
coexistence
Question 4
The theoretical perspective that views social life as similar to performances staged in a theater is called.
A
impression management
B
the Thomas theorem
C
the looking-glass self
D
the dramaturgical approach
Question 5
The most common form of religious behavior is.
A
tithing
B
mana
C
prayer
D
taboo
Question 6
According to peter Saunders in modem societies stratification depends on.
A
Cultural groups
B
Social and economic classes
C
Ethnic groups
D
None of these
Question 7
What is the initial element of sociological research?
A
review the evidence
B
define the research problem
C
create a research design
D
carry out a research design
Question 8
According to sociology many scientists argue that culture is key to grow and
A
Develop
B
Change
C
Modern
D
Different
Question 9
Who among the following theorists sees contemporary society as a death culture, with death being the 'paradigm of all social exclusion and discrimination''?
A
J. Baudrillard
B
U. Beck
C
M. Foucault
D
J.F. Lyotard
Question 10
Which of the following is not a research purpose?
A
triangulation
B
explanation
C
description
D
exploration
Question 11
Over all, new management strategies over the past decade have emphasized all of the following except.
A
less hierarchy and less authoritarianism
B
more worker participation in decision making
C
self-managed teams
D
larger work groups
Question 12
Reproduction outside the family.
A
cannot occur
B
has not been positively sanctioned in any society
C
reflects the norms and values of Pakistan society
D
is considered a sin by all religions of the world
Question 13
An intensive study of an individual or a small group is made by using the following research method.
A
case study
B
crosssectional sample
C
longitudinal sample
D
experiment
Question 14
Social distance is measured either by direct observation of people interacting or by.
A
Interviews
B
Questionnaire
C
Case studies
D
None of these
Question 15
What is social role?
A
an achieved occupational status
B
a person's overall social status within their family
C
a social position that becomes a master status for the person occupying it
D
socially defined expectations of people in a given social position
Question 16
Which of these is most closely associated with Marx's thinking?
A
integration
B
conflict
C
social facts
D
consensus
Question 17
A sample survey deals with.
A
an entire population
B
a statistically valid section of a population
C
eating samples at various supermarkets
D
asking people who walk by to fill out questionnaires
Question 18
Religion defines the spiritual world and gives meaning to the divine These are..... functions or religion.
A
manifest
B
latent
C
positive
D
negative
Question 19
As a person ages.
A
health care costs decrease
B
senility sets in
C
senescence affects a small minority
D
none of the above
Question 20
Which perspective does not come under the umbrella of interactionism?
A
ethnomethodology
B
symbolic interactionism
C
feminism
D
phenomenology
There are 20 questions to complete.

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