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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 26
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. 26

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A unit of analysis refers to:

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Of the following research methods, the only one in which the researcher can actually manipulate the independent variable is:

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The Hawthorne effect is MOST likely to occur when which of the following research methods is used?

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A classification of data that describes how many observations fall within each category of a variable is termed a:

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Theoretical perspectives are sets of interrelated theories that:

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A statement that tells respondents what they are being asked and how the information they supply will be used refers to the right of:

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In a survey dealing with the relationship between income and political conservatism, Professor Martinez noticed that the wealthier a person is, the more politically conservative he/she tends to be. As a result, Martinez concluded that:

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The right that ensures that information will not be passed on to anyone else in a form that can be traced to the respondent is known as:

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In survey research, a sample in which all potential respondents DO NOT have the same probability of being included is a:

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Which of the following procedures is LEAST likely to be questioned on ethical grounds?

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The mathematical technique that transforms an absolute number into a proportion of a given total is known as:

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Professor Chen wishes to study the attitudes of people in the United States toward abortion. In this study, the population being studied is all:

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When two variables tend to change together in some predictable direction, we can state that:

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The percentage of inaccuracy that occurs in survey research due to chance is termed:

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If we wanted to show how people's choices about where to live shape an entire metropolitan area we might examine

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Which of the following statements concerning sociological theories is correct?

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Symbolic interactionism, functionalism, and conflict theory are the basic sociological:

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A theory may be described as:

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Compared with participant observation and experimental studies, a major advantage of survey research is:

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When a researcher "maps" social data, she/he is:

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In order to find the source of the data used to construct a table, you would typically do which of the following?

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Professor Anderson is concerned about his students’ grades and wants to know if their grades are in any way related to their class attendance. To determine this, which method should he use?

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Which of the following methods would most likely be used to study the attitudes of the American public on gun control legislation?

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When reading a statistical table what is the first step in understanding what information the table provides?

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Martin Rokeach meets three delusional mental patients, each of whom believes he is Jesus Christ. He introduces them to each other to observe how they incorporate conflicting information into their self presentations. This is an example of:

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