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Guimba, Nueva Ecija
Senior High School Department
Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences

NAME: ___________________________________________ SECTION: __________________ DATE: ________________________

Part 1: Multiple Choices. On the space provided before the number, write the letter that corresponds to your
chosen answer.

1. Economics: Social Science while Physics: ___________
a. Humanities c. Soft Science
b. Natural Science d. Science and Technology

2. An approach that views institutions as humanly devised constraints that structure political, economic,
and social interactions
a. Institution c. Institutionalism
b. Institute d. None of the Above

3. It is the conflict between entire classes over the distribution of a society’s wealth and power
a. Class conflict c. Societal conflict
b. Power conflict d. Wealth conflict

4. Who among the following are the important personalities in the field of Anthropology
a. Edward Burnett Tylor, Lewis Henry Morgan, Franz Boas
b. Thomas Malthus, David Ricardo, Alfred Marshall
c. Anaximander, Eratosthenes, Strabo
d. Herodotus, Thucydides, Ban Gu

5. The following philosophers and scholars contributed to the development of the discipline of History,
a. Herodotus
b. Thucydides
c. Anaximander
d. Ban Gu

6. It is a discipline which includes everything about humans, from their biological and evolutionary past, to
ways of life and traditions that they uphold.
a. Economics c. Social Science
b. Anthropology d. Sociology

7. An approach that sees society as a complex system whose parts work together to promote soiidarity
and stability. It looks for a structure’s social function
a. Structuralism c. Macrostructure
b. Structural Functionalism d. Microstructure

8. This discipline was coined by Auguste Comte, which inquires into social behavior and historical
development of social institution.
a. Social Science c. Sociology
b. Society d. Demography


Both statements are true d. the second statement is false b. The first statement is true. Not in any manner. Ban Gu 12. positive economics is viewed as the descriptive form of economics wherein its chief aims is to describe and explain economic phenomena or behavior. Words d. Politics c. Thomas Malthus 14. Community d. The first statement is false. In Economics. Natural Science 15. Geology c. It is engaged in the study of phenomena relating to human groups and their socio-physical environment. Law 17. He is known as the father of Modern Economics a. Society b. Industrial Revolution b. and societies across borders. the second statement is true 2 . Who among the following are the important personalities in the field of Anthropology a. It allows us to study the different aspects of people. World War II d. Social Science c. while normative economics is a. Demography is the study of human population and its trends. Linguistics 10. It is a discipline which allows us to express and understand each other’s thoughts. Dealing with what is observable in the environment. Associated with welfare economics and is focused on providing explanations and arguments on how economic policies should be b. Edward Burnett Tylor. In 1760-1849. and activities as well as system of government from domestic. communities. and comparative perspective. Social Change 11. behavior. This discipline is the study of political power relations. Dialect d. Political Science b. a. Thucydides. It witnessed a shift from human labor dependence to machine dependence as the technological advancements in this period paved the way for manufactured products and production of surplus. This is called a. a non-violent source of social change happen. Both statement are false c. French Revolution c. Thomas Malthus. Natural Science d. Geography b. Language c. Strabo d. Cartography 16. Focus on dealing with quantitative form since positive economics is in the descriptive form d. David Ricardo. 13. associated with the welfare economics but focus on giving explanations and arguments on how economic policies should be c. Karl Marx c. It is defined as “the institution whereby humans communicate and interact with each other by means of habitually used oral-auditory symbols” c. international. Anaximander. Herodotus. ideas and feelings. It examines the human or social aspects of human-related inquiry and generally defined as the study of describing Earth a. Lewis Henry Morgan.9. a. Auguste Comte d. Economics d. a. Eratosthenes. Alfred Marshall c. Franz Boas b. Adam Smith b.

Scientific. and Scientific b. Franz Boas b. In Geography. Anthropology c. except a. It came from the Greek word that means “knowledge acquired by investigation” a. and Theoretical c. Etymology b. Strabo d. Geography b. History d. Ban Gu 20. Psychology c. Anaximander. Hipporacrates c. Public Administration is one of the current applications of Political Science. The following are the important personalities in the field of Psychology. Ethnology c. Philosophical. it is the study of the history or origin of a particular word a. Politics b. Thomas Malthus. Geomatics 23. Sigmund Freud b. Theoretical. The discipline that deals with the development of state policies and regulations d. In Linguistics. This discipline was conceived as the study of the allocation of resources within the household level a. William James d. the following are the distinct fields of this discipline. Physical Geography c. Economics c. August Comte argued that there are three stages in the development of reason. The discipline which is responsible for the governance of a country or state c. Etylography d. Theological and Scientific d. Etymolography 22. Artificial Geography d. public administration is a. and Philosophical 25. Sociology b. The discipline which tackles the management and implementation of government policies b. Philosophical. age. it is the study of the soul. Thucydides. family and household status a. but some would define this discipline as the “study of behavior and mental processes” a.18. Psychology b. Demography d. Lewis Henry Morgan. In essence. Sociology 27. Alfred Marshall c. It is a discipline which allows man to understand themselves and make sense of the world. Herodotus. Theological. Eratosthenes. Physiology 26. this includes a. Who among the following scholars/philosophers contributed to the development of the discipline of Economics a. History 3 . History 24. Human Geography b. This discipline describes the composition of population according to its basic socio economic features which includes sex. Political. David Ricardo. Edward Burnett Tylor. except a. Economics c. Karl Marx 21. Sociological. Sociology d. The discipline that deals with the application of rules and policies 19. Linguistics d.

Symbolic interactionism c. Sa iyong pananaw. this is a concept which is defined as a “group of people who share in one form or another distinct commonality a. history and language a. 28. Ipaliwanag ang halaga ng mga simbolong ito. Ano ang halaga ng pag-aaral ng Social Sciences sa iyo bilang isang mag-aaral ng Senior High School. or an individual actor a. it may be a state. music. Sociological Function d. In Political Science. Structural Function Essay: 1. Community b. a non-state. Manifest Dysfunction 34. Social Conflict d. the capacity to influence another. Structural Functionalism b. Social Dysfunction b. (2pts) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Manifest Dysfunction 30. The study of the ways in which the human experience is processed and documented. Politics d. the fields of philosophy. Manifest Function d. religion. Natural Science d. Culture 31. Social Studies 32. Latent Dysfunction b. Barangay d. Latent Function c. Social Function c. literature. Symbolism 33. art. An approach that sees society as the product of the everyday interactions of individuals a. Power c. Latent Dysfunction b. Social Structure 35. Latent Function c. Manifest Function d. it is the concept which means. Social Science b. Structuralism d. Society c. ano-ano ang mga dahilan ng hindi pagkakaunawaan sa isang grupo ng mga tao sa isang lipunang kanilang ginagalawan? (2pts) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Any social pattern that may disrupt the operation of society a. Humanities c. The consequence of any social pattern for the operation of a society as a whole a. Leadership b. Ano-ano ang mga simbolong maaaring maglarawan sa pagiging makabayan ng mga Pilipino. In Sociology. Social Dysfunction c. President 29. The recognized and intended consequence of any social pattern a. Social Function b. (1pt) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4 . The unrecognized and unintended consequence of any social pattern a.

Nueva Ecija Senior High School Department Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences – Table of Specifications NO. Guimba.IIId-4 development of each Sociology and discipline 5 6 Demography Structuralism Determine manifest and Structural-Functionalism 3 4 HUMSS_DIS 11 -IIIe-f-1 latent functions and dysfunctions of sociocultural phenomena Analyze social inequalities in Marxism 3 4 HUMSS_DIS 11-IIIg-2 terms of class conflict Appraise the meanings that people attach to everyday Symbolic Interactionism 3 4 HUMSS_DIS 11-IIIh-3 forms of interaction in order to explain social behavior Total 34 hours 40 items 5 . INC.5 5 as the study of society Distinguish Social and Natural Sciences and HUMSS_DIS11.5 3 various Social Science Geography 2 2 disciplines and their fields. OF NO.IIIa-2 Humanities Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences and the historical context of the emergence of each discipline Anthropology 2 2 Compare and contrast the Economics 2. and History 2 2 methods Linguistics 2 2 Trace the historical Political Science 3 4 foundations and social Psychology 2 2 contexts that led to the HUMSS_DIS11.IIIa-1 Defining Social Sciences 4. HUMSS_DIS11.IIIb-d-3 main areas of inquiry. OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART COLLEGE OF GUIMBA. OF TOPIC LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE HOURS ITEMS Define Social Sciences as the study of society HUMSS_DIS 11.