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Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 28
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 28

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Strongly-sanctioned norms that are considered vital for the survival of the society in which they are found are termed:

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A person who had shaved her head and had many piercings on her ears and face was fired from her job because:

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Formal norms differ from informal norms in that:

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In his analysis of the relationship between capitalism and Protestantism, Max Weber hypothesized that:

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Sets or systems of ideas and norms are termed:

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Which of the following statements concerning norms is NOT true?

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Another term for laws is:

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Systems of values and norms that the members of a society are expected to believe in and act upon without question are termed:

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The set of rules and understandings that control the behavior of individuals and groups in a culture is referred to as:

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Which of the following statements about the relationship between norms and values is TRUE?

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Which of the following statements is TRUE?

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All of the following statements about material culture are true EXCEPT:

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Which of the following statements about mores and folkways is NOT correct?

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All of the following are examples of the violation of a more in the United States EXCEPT:

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Christian fundamentalists share norms that include the values of prayer, the value of family and children in their lives, the negative value of abortion and secular humanism. This is a contemporary example of:

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Norms that grow out of everyday behavior and do not take the form of written regulations are:

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Which of the following statements about sanctions is NOT true?

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According to Morris Janowitz, which of the following terms refers to the capacity of a social group, including a whole society, to regulate itself?

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Which of the following statements about Max Weber's hypothesis concerning the relationship between Protestantism and capitalism is NOT true?

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Weakly-sanctioned norms that are passed down from one generation to the next, but are not believed to be vital for the survival of society are termed:

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Which of the following terms refers to the punishments and rewards for adhering to or violating the norms of a culture?

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The things and the norms for using them that are found in a particular culture are called:

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Nelson Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in achieving a democratic government in South Africa. This is an example of a:

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Norms that are included in a society's official written codes of behavior are termed:

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Gun control is a subject about which there is a great deal of dispute in America. What dimensions of culture are involved in this dispute?

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