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Sociology Questions - All Grades

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Grade 12 Sociology
The ways in which someone performs a role within the limits that the role provides
  1. Role
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Performance
  4. Role Strain
Grade 12 Sociology
Noting societies are held together through social cohesion; distinguishes between mechanical solidarity and organic solidarity in industrialized societies
  1. William Chambliss
  2. Emile Durkheim
  3. Harold Garfinkle
  4. Erving Goffman
Grade 7 Sociology
[math]22+58=[/math]
Grade 12 Sociology
The splitting of a group's or society's tasks into specialities
  1. Functional requisites
  2. Social Integration
  3. Division of Labor
  4. Role Performance
College Sociology
"People learn honesty through partipation in the family, church, community and government" is an example of which sociologist's view?
  1. Herbert Spencer
  2. Adam Smith
  3. Jane Addams
  4. W.E.B Dubios
Grade 12 Sociology
Positions an individual either inherits at birth or receives involuntarily later in life
  1. Achieved Status
  2. Ascribed Status
  3. Role
  4. Social Integration
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 12 Sociology
A type of society dominated by impersoanl relationships, individual accomplishments, and self-interest
  1. Functional Requisites
  2. Gemainschaft
  3. Gesellschaft
  4. Organic Solidarity
Grade 12 Sociology
A contradiction or mismatch between statuses
  1. Status
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Strain
  4. Status Inconsistency
Grade 12 Sociology
Where performances are given
  1. Back Stage
  2. Front Stage
  3. Role
  4. Group
Grade 8 Sociology
Which word below means to remove or dig up;to bring (a secret, hidden facts, etc) to light?
  1. disinter
  2. detonate
  3. solicitous
Grade 7 Sociology
[math]56+27=[/math]
Grade 12 Sociology
Where people rest from their performances, discuss their presentation, and lan future performances
  1. Group
  2. Back Stage
  3. Front Stage
  4. Teamwork
Grade 12 Sociology
Developed dramaturgy
  1. William Chambliss
  2. Emile Durkheim
  3. Harold Garfinkle
  4. Erving Goffman
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
Grade 12 Sociology
A status that cuts across the other statuses that an individual occupies
  1. Role
  2. Social Class
  3. Master Status
  4. Status symbols
Grade 12 Sociology
Deeply imbedded common understandings, or basic rules, concerning our view of the world and of how people ought to act
  1. Functional Requisites
  2. Impression Management
  3. Background Assumptions
  4. Social Class
Grade 12 Sociology
A type of society in which life is intimate; a community in which everyone knows everyone else and people share a sense of togetherness
  1. Functional Requisites
  2. Gemeinschaft
  3. Gesellschaft
  4. Organic Solidarity
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