Lecturer Sociology MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC BPSC SPSC Test 51

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 51
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 51

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Society designates that a doctor diagnoses and treats the illnesses of patients in the hospital. This definition of how he/she is to behave in a particular status is referred to as:

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The recurring patterns of behavior that create relationships among individuals and groups within a society are termed:

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In a single parent family, older children take on some of the parental roles while the parent works two jobs to make ends meet. This is a situation in which the family members are all experiencing:

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A major league center fielder is expected to have a batting average over .300, drive in more than 75 runs, and cover the field with a minimum of errors. These notions reflect

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Any collection of people who interact on the basis of shared expectations regarding one another's behavior is a:

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The "building blocks" of societies are:

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Which of the following is the correct sequence in societal evolution?

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A larger social structure created by interconnected groups is called:

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Talcott Parsons referred to the continual creation by societies of new social institutions as:

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People attending a football game would not constitute a group because:

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An attorney who is also a mother feels harried by the pressures of her job, her family responsibilities, the need to spend time with her husband and the demands of her children as well as her aging parents who need her care. She is experiencing:

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A major source of confusion in role expectations and performance can be found in the:

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The primary job of the military is to provide defense for the nation. This more or less stable structure of statuses and roles devoted to meeting the basic needs of people in society are:

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Which of the following types of society was the first to emerge in human history?

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Shared ideas about how a role should be performed are termed role:

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In explaining behavior, sociologists look first at:

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Orderly, practical nurse, registered nurse, resident, physician etc. are all socially defined positions in a hospital. These are examples of a(n)

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The way in which society defines how an individual is to behave in a particular status is a:

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Which of the following is only a limited characteristic of hunting and gathering societies?

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The first million years of human evolution was a time when populations remained small. This can be attributed to the fact that:

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A visual depiction (tree diagram) of the hierarchy in a typical army combat brigade shows:

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A socially defined position in a group is a:

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All of the following are social groups EXCEPT:

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Which of the following statements concerning social statuses is FALSE?

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The rapid increase in the world's population from 1000 A.D. to 2000 A.D. can be attributed primarily to:

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