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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 29
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 29

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The notion that people who are successful at adapting to the environment in which they find themselves are more likely to survive and reproduce is known as:

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The idea that Western culture was clearly superior to all others and that those who prospered in the Industrial Revolution were superior human beings is attributed to:

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Which of the following statements about the use of language by apes is NOT true?

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, sociologists rejected the doctrine of social Darwinism because:

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The view that it is impossible, through intentional action, to improve on the course of social evolution is known as:

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In a class discussion on identity theft, a student noted that people act the way they do because it's human nature and people never really change although they may be more sophisticated. This belief reflects which of the following theories of human behavior?

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Which of the following statements concerning the theory of sociobiology is NOT true?

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Which of the following coined the term "survival of the fittest"?

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The linguistic-relativity hypothesis states that:

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The learning of culture takes place through:

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Research on primates indicates that:

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The changing norms about marriage, fertility, abortion, and parenthood have resulted in situations where families have to make difficult choices. These choices are made in situations where there are:

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The most radical form of the linguistic-relativity hypothesis maintains that:

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Sociobiologists maintain that the incest taboo develops in human societies because:

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Which of the following are comparative dimensions for norms?

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Which of the following is the core idea of Darwin's theory of evolution?

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William B. believes that his position of wealth and superior prestige is the result of the fact that his great-grandfather was successful at adapting to the environment and that these traits were passed down to subsequent generations of his family. This belief can best be summarized by the phrase:

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Which of the following is NOT an element of Herbert Spencer's analysis of human society?

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Which of the following statements about language is NOT true?

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All of the following are likely to occur in times of great social change EXCEPT:

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Research on primate behavior has shown that:

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Which of the following is true in a time of cultural change?

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Herbert Spencer maintained that humans have remained similar even on different continents because:

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The process by which successful cultural adaptations are passed down from one generation to the next is termed:

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The linking of genetic factors and the social behavior of animals is known as:

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