Sociology questions set 157

By | September 24, 2018

Sociology

Question 1
Conflict.
A
underlies both competition and coercion
B
is diametrically opposed to competition
C
is a hostile form of struggle
D
all of the above
Question 2
Which of the following has NOT been identified as a potential consequence of global warming?
A
falls in agricultural yields
B
the spread of disease
C
the use of unclear energy
D
a rise in sea levels
Question 3
In studying inequalities in education which skills did Bernstein concentrate upon?
A
reading
B
numeracy
C
emotion
D
speech
Question 4
Sociology can be considered a social science because.
A
its theories are logical explicit and supported by empirical evidence
B
sociologists collect data in a relatively objective and systematic way
C
ideas and research findings are scrutinized by other sociologists
D
all of the above
Question 5
What is the Phillips curve?
A
a reference to a government economist favoring high taxes
B
a special kind of screw driver that reflects the functioning of the economy
C
a graphic representation of conflict between full employment and inflation
D
a deflationary curve
Question 6
In the context of Randall Collin's analysis, identify the correct one:
A
Moves from macro-level to Meso-level and to micro-level social processes
B
Moves from micro-level to Meso-level and to micro-level social processes
C
Moves from micro-level to macro-level social processes
D
Moves from macro-level to micro-level processes
Question 7
The federal system is contrasted with a (n)
A
unitary system
B
confederate system
C
catholic system
D
BOTH unitary and confederate systems
Question 8
People waiting for a bus are an example of a(n)
A
group
B
aggregate
C
subculture
D
transitory collective
Question 9
Constitutions are.
A
always written
B
intended to limit governmental power
C
meant to establish the rule of men
D
blueprints for monarchies
Question 10
Human Rights Commission of Pakistan is Fighting for.
A
Organizational development
B
Human rights
C
Social integrity
D
None of these
Question 11
The basic difference between classical and modern sociological perspectives is visible in the
A
Silent shift from macro to micro theoretical perspective
B
Radical shift from micro to macro perspective
C
Development of middle range theories
D
None of the above
Question 12
Stratification orders of society are
A
Social class
B
Economic status
C
Political power
D
All of the above
Question 13
Marx swa capitalism leading to.
A
Increasingly happy individuals
B
Increasingly unhappy individuals
C
Equality in society
D
None of these
Question 14
In most societies male dominance is evident through.
A
the differences is pay for the same job
B
the small number of legislators who are women
C
the sexual harassment situations in the military and other work places
D
all of the above
Question 15
Which of these does not include income earned by individuals or corporations outside a country?
A
Gross National Product
B
Gross Domestic Product
C
Purchasing Power Parity
D
Gross National Income
Question 16
Males.
A
have a lower birthrate than females
B
live longer than females
C
are more prone to aggressiveness than females
D
are less likely to die violently
Question 17
The marginal productivity of labor.
A
concerns wage rates and labor supply
B
is a political as well as economic issue
C
is complicated by overlapping labor markets
D
all of the above
Question 18
Which one of the following is a strategy for restorative justice?
A
community service
B
imprisonment
C
electronic tagging
D
curfews
Question 19
The situation in the Middle East is an example of.
A
competition
B
cooperation
C
conflict
D
all of the above
Question 20
In sociology an old adage states that heart of bureaucracy is not people but paper work is called
A
Formal written communications
B
Hierarchy of offices
C
Impersonality
D
All of the above
There are 20 questions to complete.

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