Sociology questions set 166

By | September 24, 2018

Sociology

Question 1
Deviance.
A
shows what is proper behavior
B
helps group cohesiveness
C
promotes social change
D
all of the above
Question 2
The family-and particularly marriage-binds its members through.
A
interfaith competition
B
legal and economic bonds
C
educational functions
D
class conflict
Question 3
A key challenges for sociology is to search and understanding of
A
Social life
B
Community life
C
Individual life
D
Tribal life
Question 4
Private cars became commonplace after
A
First world war
B
Second world war
C
Third world war
D
None of the above
Question 5
Absence of body contact and stimulation in infants inhibits.
A
instinctual development
B
development of higher learning functions
C
biological drives
D
aggressive behavior
Question 6
What is structure according to A. Giddens?
A
Patterns and standards of behaviour of actors.
B
Rules and resources that actors use in interaction contexts.
C
Values and ideals that regulate the conducts of human beings
D
Groups and collectivists that are formed in the course of social interaction.
Question 7
Which term does John Thompson use to describe the sort of social relations created by the mass media?
A
face-to-face interaction
B
mediated interaction
C
mediated quasi interaction
D
mediated multiple-interaction
Question 8
Adult socialization typically.
A
occurs incidentally and unconsciously
B
involves acquiring a self-image
C
is less effective and easier to resist than childhood socialization
D
all of the above
Question 9
Marxist feminists explain patriarchy in terms of.
A
a lack of equal rights and opportunities for men and women
B
sex classes through which men oppress women economically politically and sexually
C
women's domestic labour being exploited by the capitalist econorny
D
the dual systems of capitalist and male domination
Question 10
Which sociology perspective emphasizes that societies literally could not function if massive numbers of people defied standards of appropriate conduct?
A
functionalist perspective
B
conflict perspective
C
interactionist perspective
D
labelling theory
Question 11
Members of traditional societies, individuals, in modern societies pursue a wide range of specialized activities is called as
A
Distinctive social institutions
B
Large-scale orgnisations
C
Specialized tasks
D
Personal discipline
Question 12
The sub-cultures in Pakistani society include
A
occupational
B
religious
C
sex distinctions
D
all of these
Question 13
Prayermat is.
A
material culture
B
Non material culture
C
Out of culture
D
None of these
Question 14
The main agent in primary socialization is.
A
school
B
family
C
television
D
peer group
Question 15
Recent studies related to daycare centers indicate that.
A
chidren are generally emotionally impaired by them
B
children lose intellectual progress
C
there is no important loss or gain in intellectual development in well managed centers
D
they are a breeding ground of child abuse
Question 16
In the case of the male twin castrated during circumcision.
A
he was content living as a female
B
he behaved as a little girl once he was given female hormones
C
in spite of attempted socialization as a female he was unhappy in his gender
D
his case proves that nurture is stronger than nature
Question 17
An example of a basic pivotal institution is.
A
show business
B
gossip
C
sports
D
the family
Question 18
In many societies cannibalism is.
A
a mores
B
a cultural trait
C
a taboo
D
a cultural complex
Question 19
Merton's term for the hidden or forgotten reason for a particular behaviour was.
A
middle-range function
B
consumption function
C
latent function
D
structural function
Question 20
Ibne Khaldun was born in.
A
North America
B
North Asia
C
Notrh Africa
D
None of these
There are 20 questions to complete.

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