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Sociology Questions - All Grades

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The Sociology questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 7 8 11 12 College Graduate
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Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
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 by DWehrmeyer
Grade 11 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Groups toward one feels antagonism
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
Grade 11 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
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 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Solidarity based on the interdependance brought about by the division of labor
  1. Organic Solidarity
  2. Mechanical Solidarity
  3. Macrosociology
  4. Microsociology
Grade 11 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
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 by DWehrmeyer
Groups toward which one feels loyalty
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
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 by DWehrmeyer
Where performances are given
  1. Back Stage
  2. Front Stage
  3. Role
  4. Group
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Graduate :: Sociology by MaryCatherine
What is the greatest limitation to establishing a workable theory for family therapy?
  1. Obtaining enough large data sets
  2. Sampling large numbers of data from a single subject design
  3. Studying a single patient/therapist interaction
Graduate :: Sociology by MaryCatherine
Which of the following is not a metaphor for the concept of "strange attractor?"
  1. A bowl of spaghetti
  2. The sound of an automobile engine
  3. The burst of fireworks in the night sky
  4. Smoke rising from a cigarette
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