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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY

Fortich St., Malaybalay City 8700


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES-SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
MIDTERM EXAM-INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCE
SOCSCI 114
Follow the instructions provided in the test paper. Write your answers in a separate piece of paper. You
are only given 1 hour to finish the final term examination so make sure you finish on time. No talking with
your classmates during the exam, just ask the instructor if there are things you like to clarify. No cheating
or else the instructor will be forced to implement a disciplinary action.

MATCHING TYPE (20 POINTS) Match Column A with Column B. Write the letters of
your choice on the left blank column.

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Column A
(PERSONS)
1. Public
administrati
on
2. Presidential
government
3. Family
planning
4. Social
Mobility
5. Kapit sa
patalim
6. Parliamentar
y
government
7. Preventive
justice
8. Squatters
9. Staff
agencies
10.Due process

Column B (DESCRIPTION)
A.

Separation of powers between the legislative, executive & judicial


government is a characteristic of this form of government.

B.

The exercise of legislative and executive departments in this form


of government is lodged in only one body or group of persons.
C. Whenever there is an instance of the poor allowing themselves to
be abused and is said to hold on to the knifes blade
D. Government unit or office that does advisory, research, planning &
evaluation functions of the government.
E.
Program of control of population growth and human fertility
F.

Ways of improving a persons social class through education and


employment

G.

People who are settled in areas that legally belong to private


owners or the government
H. Death penalty
I.
This is essential to democracy because it protects the individual
from abusive action of the implementation of enforcers of the law.
J.
The delivery of services to the people by the government.

FILL IN THE BLANKS: Write the answer in the blanks given (20 points).
1.
______________________ Basis of citizenship is the place of birth.
2.
______________________ A social science which studies the aspect,
elements and relationship of the state including the government,
politics and constitution.
3.
______________________ Basis of citizenship is through blood.
4.
______________________ A social science which studies the person and
his relationship with the group he belongs to, in particular, and
society, as a whole.
5.
______________________ This separates those who cannot afford the
basic needs in life from those who get along.
6.
______________________ Form of crime committed by those who are
well-to-do but would like to get more from their position in large or
small amounts.
7.
______________________ Form of crime committed by those who having
nothing or lowly in life who is unable to make ends meet for the
family.
8.
______________________ These are made of circumstances on account
of natural events like calamities or natural conditions like drought.
9.
_____________________ Human tendency of wanting to be in company
of fellowmen or group of people.
10.
______________________ This occurs in a particular society when a
condition or situation in the relationships of the society members
threatens social stability or disrupts the pursuit of valid aspirations
of the people.
ANALOGY (10 POINTS)
Encircle the letter that corresponds to the paired relationship of the first group.
1. Anthropology: study of man : :_____________: study of mans society
a. Sociology
b. Political Science
c. Geography
2. Ferdinand Marcos:Executive: : _________________:Legislative

d. Psychology

a. Juan Miguel Zubiri


b. Congressman Pacquiao c. Justice Secretary de Lima
d.
Governor Zubiri
3. Legislative:Makes laws: : _______________:Interprets laws.
a. Local government unit b. Executive
c. Judicial
d. Staff agencies
4. Statecraft and Diplomacy:Political Science : : Groups and Social Problems:_______________.
a. Anthropology
b. Education
c. Psychology
d. Sociology
5. Prime Minister:_________ government: :President: Presidential government.
a. Parliamentary
b. Monarchial
c. Oligarchial
d. Mobocratic
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