Lecturer Sociology MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC BPSC SPSC Test 57

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 57
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. 57

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The groups of people, along with the interactions that occur within those groups that influence a person's social development throughout life are called:

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Piaget's theory of human development concentrated on:

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The positive social value a person claims for her/himself by acting out a specific set of socially approved attributes is termed:

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According to Goffman, which of the following terms refers to defending a positive self-image against possible embarrassment?

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Situations in which the individual plays a role that he or she is likely to assume later in life are termed:

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Jack graduated from Enormous State University with a degree in accounting. He was immediately hired as an auditor by Beene Kounter Associates and placed in their management training program. This program is an example of:

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George Herbert Mead argues that the two most important activities of childhood are:

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From the standpoint of personality development, the generalized other represents the voice of society, which is internalized as:

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Megan is thirteen and a middle school student. At her age the most important agent of socialization in her life is likely to be the:

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Which of the following statements about socialization is TRUE?

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Religion primarily serves as a source of:

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In Kohlberg's theory of moral development, a child who acts out of desire for reward and fear of punishment is in which of the following stages?

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Lawrence Kohlberg's theory emphasizes:

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Julie's mother is a surgeon. Julie likes to play doctor and hopes to become a doctor herself someday. In playing the role of doctor, Julie is engaging in what sociologists call:

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During play, a child plays the roles of important people in his or her environment. Such people are termed:

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Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of moral development contains all of the following stages EXCEPT:

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When a child's decisions are based on an understanding of right and wrong as embodied in social rules or laws, the child is in the:

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Stephanie thinks it is wrong to hit her little brother because, if she does, her mother will put her in "time out." According to Kohlberg, which stage of moral development is Stephanie in?

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The term face work refers to:

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In the United States, the primary agency of socialization is the:

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Jason believes that it is wrong to steal because stealing is against the law, but figures the store owner is so wealthy that it won’t hurt if he steals something he needs. According to Kohlberg's theory of moral development, Jason is probably in the:

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When the individual develops a sense of relativity and can distinguish between social laws and moral principles, he or she is in which of Kohlberg's stages of moral development?

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Denise wants to spend the night on the street to buy tickets for a rock concert. She insists that she must go because, as she tells her parents, "Everybody's doing it!" In this case, "everybody" is an example of the sociological concept of:

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Research by Carol Gilligan on gender and moral reasoning concluded that:

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Interacting groups of people of about the same age are called:

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