Lecturer Sociology MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC BPSC SPSC Test 50

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Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 50
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 50

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Many critics of contemporary American society lament the changing norms of intimacy in our culture. What era do they view as the “golden age” of traditional norms regarding intimate relations?

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Mayan people occupy which region in the world?

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Which of the following is an example of ethnocentrism?

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The term "social structure" refers to the fact that social relationships:

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Edward O. Wilson coined the term ................which is the most recent version of biological reductionism.

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A society differs from a population in that:

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Which scientist’s observations led him to conclude that God had not created all living things on earth at once?

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All of the following are conveyors of cultural hegemony EXCEPT:

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All of the following are examples of social structures EXCEPT:

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......................refers to dominance or undue influence:

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“Traditional” norms of intimacy in the U.S. have included all of the following EXCEPT:

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Which of the following data casts doubt on the existence of a “golden age” of traditional norms of sexuality and intimacy in the 1950s?

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Which of the following statements best describes the trends in the number of hunter-gatherer societies around the world?

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A population that is organized in a cooperative manner to carry out the major functions of life is a:

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Max Weber’s classic study of the emergence of an ideology is:

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Which of the following developments contributed to changing intimacy norms in the 1900s?

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The concept of an “ideal-type” was first established by:

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The social organization of bees differs from that of human beings in that:

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Once we understand another culture and how its members think and feel, we can look at our own traits from the perspective of that culture. This is known as:

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Which of the following is an example of a country adapting to a potentially hegemonic force?

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Which of the following were forms of resistance on behalf of native peoples to European conquerors in the Western Hemisphere?

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Cultural ideal-types are useful because:

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The contributions to American culture of which of the following immigrant groups are routinely overlooked despite the fact that they continue to have a significant impact?

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Smoking reached its peak of popularity:

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Darwin’s theories of evolution were based upon:

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