PPSC Lecturer Sociology Important MCQs Online Test No. 62

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 62
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. 62

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A group that has an explicit, often written set of norms, statuses, and roles that specify each member's relationships to others and the conditions under which those conditions hold is:

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Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of bureaucracies?

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A leader who is sensitive to the feelings of the members and guides the group over rough spots is referred to as:

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The subjective way in which an individual interprets the meaning of a particular event is that person's:

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An approach to the study of social interaction that views interaction as taking place on a stage and unfolding in scenes is termed:

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In Goffman's approach to the study of social behavior, "front-stage" refers to:

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The sociological situation in which people try to shy away from behavior that will be noticed and to hide behind their anonymity is called:

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Churches, fraternal organizations, political party clubs, and neighborhood improvement groups are all examples of:

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W. I. Thomas once wrote that if we "define a situation as real, it is real in its consequences." By this, he meant that:

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Studies of interaction in small groups have found that the person who initiates the most interactions often:

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An organization whose members pursue shared interests and arrive at decisions through some sort of democratic process is:

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The study of the underlying rules of behavior that guide group interaction is called:

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In Robert Bales' analysis of interaction in groups, the most liked members of the group tend to be those people who:

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A leader who tends to adhere strongly to group norms and takes the lead in carrying out the tasks undertaken by the group is referred to as:

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The dramaturgical approach to the study of social interaction is associated with:

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David Sudnow observed that when a patient was brought into a hospital with no heartbeat the factor that was most important in deciding how the staff would respond was the:

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Which of the following is a characteristic of a bureaucracy?

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One of the main characteristics of a bureaucracy is:

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In their research on the procedure for conducting pelvic examinations, James Henslin and Mae Briggs employed the dramaturgical approach in order to show how:

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Although Sam Johnson is chairperson of the Committee for Campus Beautification, when feelings run high people usually turn to Ron Wise for direction and comfort. In terms of the Bales interaction scheme, Wise would be classified as the:

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A bystander is LEAST likely to offer help to a perceived victim under which of the following circumstances?

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The strategies that are used to "set a stage" for one's own purposes are termed:

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The New York Police Department may be considered a:

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When baseball players drop the ball, they often engage in a ritual that involves inspecting their gloves to see if the error could have been caused by faulty equipment. Erving Goffman would call such behavior:

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All of the following are examples of a formal organization EXCEPT:

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