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UPSC Sociology-1995.pdf

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Important questions of UPSC 1995 Sociology Prelims
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UPSC Sociology-1995
 
1.
 
Which one of the following was suggestedby Durkheim to sociologists to ensureobjectivity?(a)
 
Avoid study of values(b)
 
Use of quantitative data(c)
 
Use of precise measurement(d)
 
Treat social facts as things2.
 
According to Talcott Parsons, whereexpectations are not understood, and notfulfilled where they are understood, theresult is(a)
 
anomie(b)
 
conflict(c)
 
deviance(d)
 
anarchy3.
 
The principle which explains the significantritual and social role of mother
s brother in aPatrilineal society is known as(a)
 
consanguinity(b)
 
affinity(c)
 
complimentary filiations(d)
 
 joking relationship4.
 
A group of relatives which includes all thoseconsanguineous relatives to whom anindividual feels some sense of obligation iscalled(a)
 
kindred(b)
 
cognate(c)
 
agnate(d)
 
uterine5.
 
Max Weber traces the rise of capitalism to(a)
 
Renaissance(b)
 
Peasant protest(c)
 
Calvinism(d)
 
Catholicism6.
 
According to Karl Marx there was communalownership of land in the(a)
 
Asiatic mode of production(b)
 
ancient mode of production(c)
 
feudal mode of production(d)
 
capitalist mode of production7.
 
The term
over-urbanization
means(a)
 
Rapid urbanization(b)
 
Urbanization at the cost of ruraldevelopment(c)
 
Urbanization without the essentialinfrastructure(d)
 
Emergence of megapolis8.
 
Totemism is a belief in(a)
 
an object vested with a spirit and mind(b)
 
a deity vested with power and spirit(c)
 
a spirit vested with power and piety(d)
 
an object vested with spirit and power9.
 
The theory of belief system relating to theconcept of soul (anima) in primitive societywas formulated by(a)
 
Emile Durkheim(b)
 
E.B. Tylor(c)
 
Max Weber(d)
 
Frazer10.
 
Successful economic development incomplex societies requires not only abalance between industrialization andagricultural development but also abalanced growth of (a)
 
distributive system(b)
 
urbanization(c)
 
foreign trade(d)
 
modernization

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