Sociology Quiz 16

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Sociology Quiz 16

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society is seen as a stable system in_______________?

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Which country has the world,s largest concentration of Jews ?

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The four ideal types of social action that Weber identified were as follows instrumentally-rational, value-rational traditional and_____________?

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The patterned and recurrent aspects of life that appear in all known societies are called_____________?

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The conflict perspective would note that____________?

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What is ethnomethodology ?

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Approximately what percentage of the global population currently lives outside their country of birth ?

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The word stratification derives from the geological concept ?Strata ?meaning ?

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If the information needed has already been written down somewhere it is looked up. It is called_____________?

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Which type of theorists would argue that relentless class conflict between capitalists and workers boom and bust economic cycles and intercorporate conflict place limits on the ability of the capitalist class to manipulate political institutions at will?

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In a sense xenocentrism is a reverse form of_________________?

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The dependency ratio describes______________?

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The term feminist standpoint suggests______________?

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Which approach holds that deviance is not a feature of a group or individual but a process of interaction through which one group becomes defined as deviant ?

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Which one of these is a measure of dispersion ?

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According to Durkheim religion separates objects and symbols into the sacred and which of the following ?

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Diffusion of innovations among the cultures means______________?

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The scientific study of aging is called______________?

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According to Mead the socialized self means that_____________?

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Which sociology perspective emphasizes that societies literally could not function if massive numbers of people defied standards of appropriate conduct ?

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While predictions are not always reliable sociologists and labor specialists foresee a workforce increasingly composed of ?

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The Macpherson Report highlighted the increasing problem of_____________?

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Due to urbanization Pakistanis urban population increased from six million in 1951 to_____________?

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Scientific method has following steps_______________?

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As a consequence of rural-urban migration____________?

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Which sociologist introduced the concept of culture lag ?

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In order for field research to be successful the researcher must be________________?

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_______ is the term for the science dealing with the size, distribution composition and the changes in population ?

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Ethnic identity refers to_____________?

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Early theories of collective behavior emphasized ________ a view that crowd behavior is like a mental illness that a person cannot resist ?

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Wirth (1938) said that social relationships in the urban way of life were segmental because______________?

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The president of the United States need not be a good typist a surgeon need not be able to fill a cavity This is because of the bureaucratic characteristic of___________?

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Which of the following is NOT an example of an American folkway ?

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Which of the following can be classified as a charismatic leader ?

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According to the World Health Organization which of these is NOT a main cause of chronic disease and long-term impairments in developing countries ?

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Which sociological perspective views society as a network of connected parts each of which contributes to the maintenance of the system as a whole ?

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A person?s overall position in society is called_______________?

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Which sociological perspective views society as a network of connected parts each of which contributes to the maintenance of the system as a whole ?

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Two basic types of economic systems distinguish contemporary industrial societies ?

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In Primitive societies everyone performed similar tasks and so their was a__________________?

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Which of the following statements is true of reference groups ?

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The division of labor among physicians into obstetricians? internists surgeons and so forth is an example of the process that Talcott Parsons called_______________?

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How is terrorism different from the types of crime described by the Chicago School ?

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Sutherland?s Differential Association theory emphasizes that crime and deviance are basically______________?

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Secondary groups are judged by them ?

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Spencer presented the theory of_______________?

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Suicide is the work of_____________?

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Who first introduced the notion of anomie into sociology ?

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The major advantage of interviews is________________?

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Social constructionism studies the processes which create and sustain ?

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