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Grade 11 Sociology
A sociologist would refer to the laws of a society as                   .
  1. Norms
  2. Mores
  3. Folkways
  4. Informal Sanctions
Grade 11 Sociology
Which of the following best defines sociology?
  1. The study of individual behavior
  2. The study of cultures
  3. The study of society and social interaction
  4. The study of economics
Grade 11 Sociology
A society that developed permanent settlements, using hand tools, such as hoes & digging sticks to cultivate their lans
  1. Hunter/gatherer Society
  2. Horticultural Society
  3. Industrial Society
  4. Postindustrial Society
Grade 11 Sociology
Consists of people who think themselves as belonging together & who think of themselves as belonging together & who, by interacting with one another, influence & are influenced by each other
  1. Aggregate
  2. Category
  3. Group
  4. Social Network
Grade 11 Sociology
Essential to people's emotional well being; they generate feeling of self-esteem & provide values & attitudes that are incorporated into people's identity
  1. Electronic Community
  2. Secondary Group
  3. Primary Group
  4. Peer Pressure
Grade 11 Sociology
Used the term, primary group to refer to groups characterized by intimate, long term, face-to-face associations & cooperation
  1. Emile Durkheim
  2. Stanley Milgram
  3. Charles Horton Cooley
  4. Robert Merton
Grade 11 Sociology
The recent invention of the microchip & other computer generated technologies has led to
  1. Second Social Revolution
  2. Third Social Revolution
  3. Fourth Social Revolution
  4. Fifth Social Revolution
Grade 11 Sociology
A society made up of groups of people who hunt and gather in order to survive
  1. Pastoral Society
  2. Hunter/ Gatherer Society
  3. Industrial Society
  4. Postindustrial Society
Grade 11 Sociology
Groups toward which one feels loyalty
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
Grade 11 Sociology
A society that followed their animals to fresh pastures
  1. Pastoral Society
  2. Hunter/ Gatherer Society
  3. Industrial Society
  4. Postindustrial Society
Grade 11 Sociology
based on some same interest or activity; their members are likely to interact on the basis of specific roles
  1. Primary Group
  2. Secondary Group
  3. Electronic Community
  4. Peer Pressure
Grade 11 Sociology
Consists of individuals who temporarily share the same space but don't see themselves as belonging together
  1. Aggregate
  2. Category
  3. Group
  4. Social Network
Grade 11 Sociology
The invention of the plow 5,000-6,000 years ago led to this
  1. First Social Revolution
  2. Second Social Revolution
  3. Third Social Revolution
  4. Fourth Social Revolution
Grade 11 Sociology
Groups toward one feels antagonism
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
Grade 11 Sociology
The domestication of animals and the cultivation of land is often referred to as
  1. First Social Revolution
  2. Second Social Revolution
  3. Third Social Revolution
  4. Fourth Social Revolution
Grade 11 Sociology
The invention of the steam engine in 1765 paved the way for this
  1. First Social Revolution
  2. Second Social Revolution
  3. Third Social Revolution
  4. Fourth Social Revolution
Grade 11 Sociology
Recent advances in human genetics is leading to this
  1. Second Social Revolution
  2. Third Social Revolution
  3. Fourth Social Revolution
  4. Fifth Social Revolution
Grade 11 Sociology
Observed that the same traits people view as virtues in their own in-groups become vices whe associated with other people's out-groups
  1. Emile Durkheim
  2. Stanley Milgram
  3. Charles Horton Cooley
  4. Robert Merton
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