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APPSCCE 2011 Sociology Prelims

APPSCCE 2011 Sociology Prelims

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APPSCCE[Prelim]_2011_Sociology
Page 1
 
1.
 
Social structure is a(a)
 
System of laws(b)
 
Collection of people(c)
 
Permanent patterned relationship betweenunits(d)
 
Social organization2.
 
A norm is a(a)
 
Standard pattern of behavior(b)
 
Culture of society(c)
 
Religious moral(d)
 
Method of looking one’s position
 3.
 
A number of persons interacting on only oneoccasion with a low level of intensity may becalled(a)
 
Social group(b)
 
Social organization(c)
 
Crowd(d)
 
Association4.
 
Strictly speaking the term ‘race’ can be used in
 (a)
 
Cultural context(b)
 
Biological context(c)
 
Sociological context(d)
 
Demographic context5.
 
A collectivity of persons of all ages and bothsexes who share a common culture and reside ina relatively limited space or locality is called(a)
 
Community(b)
 
Association(c)
 
Group(d)
 
Aggregate6.
 
Group consists of persons whether formallyorganized or not, towards whom we feel a senseof indifference, avoidance, disgust, competitionor outright conflict is termed as(a)
 
In-group(b)
 
Out- group(c)
 
Quasi group(d)
 
Reference group7.
 
Who defined society as a web of socialrelationships?(a)
 
August Comte(b)
 
MacIver and Page(c)
 
Evans-Pritchard(d)
 
None of the above8.
 
“Culture is a complex whole which includes
knowledge, beliefs, art, morals, laws, customsand any other capabilities and habits acquired by
man as a member of society”
 Who forwarded this definition?(a)
 
MacIver and Page(b)
 
H.M. Johnson(c)
 
Kingsley Davis(d)
 
E.B. Tylor9.
 
Who was the author of the book ‘Folkways’
 (a)
 
W.G. Sumner(b)
 
R.K. Merton(c)
 
H.M. Johnson(d)
 
Georg Simmel10.
 
The book ‘Social Thought from Lore to Science’
was authored by(a)
 
Morris Ginsberg(b)
 
Becker and Barnes(c)
 
P.A. Sorokin(d)
 
Max Weber11.
 
Weber identified social action into(a)
 
Two types(b)
 
Three types(c)
 
Four types(d)
 
Five types12.
 
‘Sociology is a value free science’ was advocated
by(a)
 
Emile Durkheim(b)
 
Talcott Parsons(c)
 
Karl Marx(d)
 
Max Weber
 
APPSCCE[Prelim]_2011_Sociology
Page 2
 
13.
 
A tribal chief enjoys(a)
 
Traditional authority(b)
 
Rational-legal authority(c)
 
Charismatic authority(d)
 
Democratic authority14.
 
Microsociology is the analysis of (a)
 
Large scale social system(b)
 
Small unit of social system(c)
 
Agrarian system(d)
 
Social cohesion15.
 
Present day industrial-urban society ischaracterized by(a)
 
Repressive law(b)
 
Restitutive law(c)
 
Oligarchic law(d)
 
Customs and traditions16.
 
Acculturation is a process of (a)
 
Cultural change(b)
 
Cultural exchange(c)
 
Learning basic culture(d)
 
Cultural balance17.
 
The method by which different societies/culturesare analyzed objectively without judging themwith reference to their culture is called(a)
 
Ethnocentrism(b)
 
Cultural reproduction(c)
 
Cultural relativism(d)
 
Cultural pluralism18.
 
The spread of elements of culture is called(a)
 
Innovation(b)
 
Diffusion(c)
 
Invention(d)
 
Cultural change19.
 
The example of ‘Quasi
-
group’ is
 (a)
 
Status group(b)
 
A family(c)
 
A trade union(d)
 
A political party20.
 
Who of the following has developed the concept
of ‘reference group’?
 (a)
 
G.C. Homans(b)
 
Kingsley Davis(c)
 
Hayman(d)
 
C.H. Cooley21.
 
Students union in a college is an example of:(a)
 
Primary group(b)
 
Political party(c)
 
Association(d)
 
Trade union22.
 
A family in which an individual is born is called(a)
 
Family of procreation(b)
 
Family of orientation(c)
 
Matrilineal family(d)
 
Nuclear family23.
 
People married to our consanguines are called asour:(a)
 
Primary kin(b)
 
Consanguines(c)
 
Cognates(d)
 
Affines24.
 
Marriage between high caste man and low castewoman is called(a)
 
Hypogamy(b)
 
Hypergamy(c)
 
Endogamy(d)
 
Polygamy
 
APPSCCE[Prelim]_2011_Sociology
Page 3
 
25.
 
Development of one’s positive attitudes towards
own ethnic or racial group is usually termed as(a)
 
Groupism(b)
 
Cultural relativism(c)
 
Ethnocentrism(d)
 
Localism26.
 
A clan is a(a)
 
Bilineal descent group(b)
 
Unilineal descent group(c)
 
Colateral group(d)
 
None of the above27.
 
Which of the following is the example of amatrilineal society:(a)
 
Mundas(b)
 
Nicobarese(c)
 
Trobriand islanders(d)
 
Eskimos28.
 
The terms ‘sacred’ and ‘profane’ were coined by
 (a)
 
Mallinowski(b)
 
Emile Durkheim(c)
 
Radhakrishnan(d)
 
M.N. Srinivas29.
 
Inequality is the basic principle of (a)
 
Social class(b)
 
Social stratification(c)
 
Social integrity(d)
 
Social equilibrium30.
 
The word ‘caste’ is derived from
 (a)
 
The Latin word(b)
 
The Greek word(c)
 
The Portuguese word(d)
 
The Indian word31.
 
A dynamic or behavior aspects of status is called(a)
 
Culture(b)
 
Value(c)
 
Norms(d)
 
Role32.
 
The concept of relative deprivation wasformulated by:(a)
 
Parsons(b)
 
Stouffer(c)
 
Marx(d)
 
Merton33.
 
Habitual behavior of not keeping appointmentwith other is an example of:(a)
 
Illegal action(b)
 
Deviant behavior(c)
 
Unethical practice(d)
 
None of the above34.
 
Practice of dowry by economically advancedsociety is an example of (a)
 
Cultural learning(b)
 
Cultural pattern(c)
 
Cultural lag(d)
 
Cultural relativism35.
 
Norms which can be violated without severepunishment are called(a)
 
More(b)
 
Folkways(c)
 
Etiquette(d)
 
Culture36.
 
An assigned position to an individual regardlessof his ability or performance is called(a)
 
Ascribed status(b)
 
Achieved status(c)
 
Status discrepancy(d)
 
Role set37.
 
The ‘Theory of 
N
atural Selection’ was
 propounded by(a)
 
Herbert Spencer(b)
 
Galileo(c)
 
Charles Darwin(d)
 
Newton

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