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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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Graduate :: Sociology by MaryCatherine
Which is NOT a key characteristic to chaos or chaotic systems?
  1. Initial differences result in errors that grow exponentially over time.
  2. The system is complex, appears random, and is unpredictabgle.
  3. The system is intrinsically orderly, stable, and equilibrial.
  4. The system is in an essential state for transformation.
Grade 11 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
Groups toward one feels antagonism
  1. Out-Group
  2. In-Group
  3. Social Network
  4. Category
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 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
Where performances are given
  1. Back Stage
  2. Front Stage
  3. Role
  4. Group
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
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?
  1. Complexity threory indicates that for a reorganizqation to occur in the family, there must be an increase in instability or disorder.
  2. Applying the theoretical constructs of chaos theory, family systems should be no more amenable to accurate prediction than weather systems.
  3. Cognitive chaos is necessary for change to occur.
  4. As one moves from the general to the specific, patterns become much easier and predictable.
Grade 7 :: Sociology by bmabry
Grade 12 :: Sociology by DWehrmeyer
A contradiction or mismatch between statuses
  1. Status
  2. Role Conflict
  3. Role Strain
  4. Status Inconsistency
Graduate :: Sociology by MaryCatherine
Chaos theory indicates that there are limits on predicting the length of treatment. Which is a FALSE statement?
  1. Chaos theory allows us to make better qualitative predictions, but less meaningful and accurate quantitative predictions.
  2. Chaos theory will free us from the mistaken belief that prediction is the same as understanding.
  3. Chaos theory will enable us to make perfect predictions from linear methods, providing the specific model we have developed is both accurate and appropriate to the phenomenon being studied.
  4. There exists complex chaotic systems whose behavior cannot be predicted even if we know all the initial conditions exactly.
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