PPSC Lecturer Sociology Test 12 Online Preparation MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 12
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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PPSC Lecturer of Sociology Test 12

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Research into the increasing use of low-wage labor in other countries and the decline of the apparel manufacturing industry in the United States is an example of which of the following levels of sociological inquiry?

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By using the sociological imagination individuals can:

3 / 25

Research on the long term effects of war on primitive societies would be at which level of analysis?

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Which of the following levels of sociological analysis focuses on those social phenomena occurring in bureaucracies, organizations, and social movements?

5 / 25

Professor Harper studied the impact of evacuation from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina on 100 families currently living in Atlanta, GA. Her research is an example of sociology at which level?

6 / 25

The realities of life that we create as social beings are called:

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Which of the following would NOT be considered a social condition?

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Which of the following sociologists is credited with making the term sociological imagination famous?

9 / 25

The founder of scientific sociological thought in France was:

10 / 25

Sociologists are continually seeking knowledge about:

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The early sociologists devoted most of their writings to:

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Which of the following terms was used by C. Wright Mills to refer to the process by which human beings see the links between their own individual biographies and the course of human history?

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For years Professor Boren has concentrated her research efforts in sociology on the relationships between industrialized and third world nations. Her work focuses on which of the following levels of social phenomena?

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The term “sociology” was first used by:

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A sociologist who is concerned with how the social structures in which we participate shape our selfimage and enactment of roles is engaging in which of the following levels of sociological analysis?

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All of the following are among the 19th century social theorists except:

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Sociology arose as a scientific discipline during a period characterized by:

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The ability to both participate in social life and to analyze the broader meanings of what is occurring is known as:

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The roots of modern sociology can be found in the works of:

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During eighteenth century it was discovered that questions about the order of society could be answered through

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Beth Johnson graduated with a law degree from her state university. For the past six months she has been trying to get a job but has met with little success. She notes that most of her friends who graduated at the same time are also as yet unemployed. Johnson has concluded that her inability to obtain suitable employment is the result of poor economic conditions. According to C. Wright Mills, her conclusion is an example of:

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From a sociologist’s perspective, social conditions in general can best be described as:

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Sociologists often speak of social behavior as taking place at three levels. Which of the following is NOT one of those levels?

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The scientific study of human societies and human behavior in the many groups that make up a society is called:

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An example of micro-level social phenomena is seen in the:

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