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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
All the statuses or positions that an individual occupies
  1. Status
  2. Status Set
  3. Master Status
  4. Role Strain
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
Groups toward which one feels loyalty
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Where performances are given
  1. Back Stage
  2. Front Stage
  3. Role
  4. Group
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
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
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
A contradiction or mismatch between statuses
  1. Status
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Strain
  4. Status Inconsistency
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
The major tasks that a society must fulfill if it is to survive
  1. Functional Requisites
  2. Social Institution
  3. Social Structure
  4. Teamwork
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Graduate :: Sociology by MaryCatherine
Which is a FALSE statement concerning "measurement error?"
  1. Traditional test construction theory assumes that it is possible to reduce error to about 10% to 20% of a total test variance, but generally no more.
  2. Because of sensitivity to initial conditions, the behavior of chaotic systems can only be predicted for extended periods of time.
  3. Measurement error limits our ability to make predictions much more than in linear models.
  4. Measurement error does not influence recognition of any of the characteristics of nonlinear systems, providing that enough data points are sampled.
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