PPSC Lecturer Sociology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 63

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 63
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. 63

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A formal organization characterized by a clearly defined hierarchy with a commitment to rules, efficiency, and impersonality is a:

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Stanley Milgram found that the willingness to defy orders to inflict shock on a "victim" is strongly related to the intensity of the "shock" and the:

3 / 25

William F. Whyte studied which group of people in Boston?

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In Wuthnow’s study of social groups, he determined that people in the United States most often join:

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In his study of obedience to authority, Stanley Milgram concluded that:

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Tom, Dick, and Harry all work on the assembly line at Underwater Basketweaving International. They ride in a carpool together and socialize with each other at home and on the job. Which of the following best describes their relationship?

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Research by Robert Wuthnow into voluntary associations found that the largest category of groups to which people belong are:

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Stanley Milgram's study on obedience to authority could easily be questioned because of:

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In the contemporary world, ideological primary groups are characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:

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Derek’s barber charges more for haircuts during peak hours. Even though Derek can understand the logic behind the decision, he doesn’t like it because it violates which principle:

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John and Katie both worked at the same firm and lost their jobs during the recent recession. After a period of time, they both were able to find work again, but while John’s new job paid enough to sustain a comfortable lifestyle, he no longer made as much as Katie, who’s new job paid even more than her old one. John is suffering from:

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Compared with other types of organizational structure, a modern bureaucracy is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:

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Stanley Milgram's study on obedience to authority showed that the more subjects are forced to confront the consequences of their behavior their ability to rely on "duty" to justify their behavior:

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In a study intended to discover why German soldiers were efficient fighters even in the face of defeat, Edward Shils and Morris Janowitz concluded that they:

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All of the following are among the characteristics of friendship groups EXCEPT:

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A group that consists of one’s own peers is called a(n):

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The unfair condition in which a person or group has come to expect certain rewards for certain efforts, yet does not get them while others do, is called:

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According to Georg Simmel, the larger the friendship, group the more there are opportunities for:

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In his analysis of the Bolsheviks' rise to power after the Russian Revolution, Philip Selznick attributed their success to:

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Max Weber argued that bureaucracy tends to make modern society more rational. By "rational”, he meant:

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When people are given the freedom to associate with whomever they chose, what will the result be?

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John Jacob’s father began working for the sanitation department after he returned from the war. During his 40 year career he worked his way up to the position of superintendent or the department. Which characteristic of a bureaucracy is illustrated by his career?

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As identified by Weber, all of the following are key elements of bureaucracies EXCEPT:

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Which of the following statements about voluntary associations is NOT true?

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Max Weber observed that the rise of bureaucracies in modern societies "disenchanted the world." By this, he meant that:

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