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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 24
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 24

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Solomon Asch's study conducted in the early 1950s where subjects were asked to judge the lengths of various lines by comparing them with other lines on a card showed that the opinions of a majority can have a great deal of influence on the individual's opinions. This study was an example of

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One shortcoming of observational "qualitative" research is that it:

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For her sociology class project, Courtney wants to find out if class attendance is related to academic performance. Of the following methodologies, her best choice would be:

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Which of the following is an example of an opinion poll?

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In the series of experiments conducted by Solomon Asch, the experimental group consisted of subjects who were asked to:

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The control group is best defined as the group that

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Which of the following questions is typical of the interactionist approach to research?

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The single most important factor in determining which research method the sociologist will use is:

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In sociological research the initial review of the literature is performed for the purpose of all of the following questions EXCEPT:

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Donna Gaines’ study of affluent teenagers in which she spent months hanging out with teenagers is an example of

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The research technique that allows the sociologist to manipulate an independent variable in order to observe and measure changes in a dependent variable is known as:

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Which of the following is not a use of the United States Census data?

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The ecological perspective leads to which two types of studies?

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The term sample refers to

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In the sociological research process, "reviewing the literature" means reading which of the following?

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Questions that allow respondent to answer in whatever form she/he pleases are called

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In her study of teenagers in an affluent community, which research method did Donna Gaines use in order to collect data from a firsthand experience?

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The type of research in which the observer participates to some degree in the lives of people being observed is known as:

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In an experiment, the group that experiences a change in the independent variable is the:

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The research technique that is most likely to be used in evaluating outcomes of specific educational programs is:

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Television programs sometimes feature the use of hidden cameras that film people without their knowledge. Sociologists using this technique would be engaging in:

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Which of the following is an example of a hypothesis?

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In the series of experiments conducted by Solomon Asch, the independent variable was the:

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In an experiment, the group that does not experience the treatment but whose behavior is compared with that of the experimental group is known as the:

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The most significant difference between the sociological surveys of today and the "social surveys" conducted by early sociologists around the turn of the century lies in the:

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