Sociology questions set 9

By | September 24, 2018

Sociology

Question 1
Teenagers who are sexually active are in danger of.
A
becoming pregnant
B
contracting sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS
C
having to quit school
D
all of the above
Question 2
According to sociology people who join not for income but to pursue goals are called
A
Normative organisations
B
Coercive organisation
C
Informal organisation
D
Utilitarian organisation
Question 3
New urbanism was a movement started in 1980s decreasing dependency on.
A
each other
B
Vehicular transportation
C
State
D
None of these
Question 4
In pre-Communist China the aged were.
A
Authority figures
B
Retired in isolation
C
Honoured but restrained
D
None of these
Question 5
A stratum of people of similar positions in the social status continuum are termed as.
A
Social class
B
clan or tribe
C
Community
D
None of these
Question 6
According to sociologists one of key functions of religion in indeed to define good life and mark out boundaries of
A
Evils
B
Ghosts
C
Shahada
D
Bad
Question 7
Groups are mainly divided into main categories in-groups and out-groups, family, religion se, Xthese are examples of.
A
in-groups
B
out-groups
C
both a @ b
D
None of these
Question 8
When one knows the roles that one is expected to play and is willing and able to do so one is.
A
successfully socialized
B
brainwashed
C
conditioned
D
a significant other
Question 9
Many listeners to a 1938 science fiction radio program believed that Martians were really invading the Earth They fled into the streets in panic We would call their behavior.
A
fashion
B
rational legal behavior
C
fantasy
D
none of the above
Question 10
Which is NOT an element of a social movement?
A
It has a specific perspective and ideology
B
It involves no orientation toward action
C
it has a strong sense of idealism and solidarity
D
It involves a significant number of people
Question 11
The term ''Sociology'' was first coined by.
A
Karl Marx
B
Max Weber
C
August Comte
D
None of these
Question 12
Search for ways of using scientific knowledge to solve practical problems is termed as.
A
Pure science
B
Applied Science
C
both a & b
D
None of these
Question 13
What is one difference between Freud's developmental stages and Erikson's?
A
Freud stopped at adolescence
B
Freud thought all conflicts were conscious
C
Freud saw conflicts with parents as predominant
D
Freud only worked with males
Question 14
Malthus suggested the following as means of birth control.
A
late marriage
B
abstinence
C
celibacy
D
all of the above
Question 15
The general fertility rate fell between 1964 and 2000 because of.
A
increases in the age of marriage and the age at which childbearing begins
B
there being fewer women of childbearing age than there were in the first half of the century
C
errors in the measurement of birth rates and producaton of statistics
D
the risk diseases caused by poverty poor housing and bad sanitation
Question 16
Theology is.
A
the sympathetic interpretation of myths
B
the rational system of ideas that explains a belief system
C
a justification of the function of religion
D
the rules of ritual observance
Question 17
In their study of deviance control theory advocates ask.
A
Why are people deviant?
B
why are people not deviant?
C
How does labeling contribute to deviance?
D
How does structural strain contribute to deviance?
Question 18
Feminist theory bas borrowed much of the ideas of.
A
psychology
B
conflict and Marxist theories
C
the ideology that tries to rationalize women 's low position in society
D
The Feminine Mystique
Question 19
Primitive communism slavery and feudalism was given by
A
Marx
B
Weber
C
Simmel
D
Franz Boas
Question 20
Environmental issues were central to the work of.
A
Karl Marx
B
Emile Durkheim
C
Max Weber
D
Non of these
There are 20 questions to complete.

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