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Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 23
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 23

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Most sociologists would agree with which of the following statements about the social environment?

2 / 25

In Durkheim's analysis of suicide, the dependent variable was:

3 / 25

In measuring and comparing any social phenomena such as suicide across different countries, the researcher needs to consider

4 / 25

In an effort to determine if similar research has been done on a particular topic, which step in the research process would a researcher follow?

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Which theorist argued that conflict is necessary as a basis for the formation of alliances?

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Which of the following statement about social change is most accurate?

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The factor that the scientist believes causes changes in the behavior under investigation is termed the:

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Which of the following statements qualifies as a hypothesis?

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Durkheim's independent variable in his study of suicide was

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In research to study the influence of education on political participation, the independent variable is the:

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In sociology, certain characteristics of individuals, groups, or entire societies can vary from one case to another. These social characteristics are referred to as ..............

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Which of the following steps is NOT one used by sociologists to study certain social phenomenon?

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Characteristics of individuals, groups, or entire societies that can change from one case to another are termed:

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Demographic studies are most useful in providing what information?

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A statement that expresses a guess about a possible relationship between two or more phenomena is termed:

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Dr. Susan Frank is interested in studying the relationship between diet and life expectancy. In this case, "life expectancy" is the:

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In sociology,....................................refers to all the expectations and incentives established by other people in a person’s social world

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The basic question in Durkheim's study of suicide dealt with the:

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What method would be used to gather responses from a specific population?

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Which of the following would be suitable as a sociological research question?

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Through research social scientists are trying to explain the.........

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Whose understanding of conflict as a place where a “web of group affiliations” is constructed was used to help sociologists understand the protest movements of the mid-1900s?

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In examining the magnitude of a problem such as suicide, which type of study would be the most appropriate?

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Which of the following is the BEST example of a hypothesis that can be tested through empirical observation?

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Dr. Smith is interested in studying daily life in a small community in the rural south. Which research methods would she use?

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