1.Friend or companion and science
2.Society and laws
3.Sociability and science
4.Society and science
3. Community sentiment
4.A vast number of association
A sociologist defines society as a group of people who reside in a defined area, share a culture, and who:
2.work in the same industry
3.speak different languages
4. practice a recognized religion
According to whom the self develops in a social context and is nurtured by primary groups?
1.Charles H. Cooley
Demographers do not take into account
1.Age, sex and racial composition of the population
2.Height and weight of the population
3.Birth and death rate
4.Density of population
Modem sociological thought and theory, as distinct from the purely contemplative or philosophical analysis of society, emerged in the:
1.Late 17th century
2.Late 19th century
3.Late 18th century and early 19th century
4.Early 18th century
The basis of slave system is always?
What is the theoretical framework that fo?cuses on the level of economic development as the determinant of birth and death rates, referred to as?
1. Malthusian Theory of population
2.Optimum Theory of population
3.Demographic Transition Theory
4.Theory of social capillarity
1.The study of individual behavior
2.The study of cultures
3.The study of society and social interaction
4.The study of economics
Who among the following was the first to distinguish between the state and the government?
16. Who among the following was on the opinion that? A gift is a social substitute for money among moneyless cultures.??
1. Ogburn and Nimkoff
An author thought of society to be consist?ing in the consciousness of kind. Identify from among the following:
C. Wright Mills once said that sociologists need to develop a sociological __________ to study how society affects individuals.
Differences can be those of:
4.Lack of aptitude
1.Davis and Parsons
2.Davis and Moore
3.Parsons and Ross
4.Goode and Hatt
Group Mind was written by:
1.Religion and Morality
2.Science and Technology
3.Custom and Tradition
In his book People of India who said that probably there has existed in man a tendency to vary. This desire must have driven men to seek marital alliance with strangers, unfamiliar and unknown to him.
In the Industrialised western societies, the chief aim of marriage is not only procreation but
2. emotional and psychological support and companionship
3.emotional and psychological support
It was as the founder of Positive movement that- achieved recognition as a philosopher, and although modem sociologists do not consider his theories as anything other than a series of interesting speculations, they recognize that he was responsible for demonstrating the need for an objective systematic study of society.
Kula exchange is associated with
2. Trobriand Islanders
Marriage is a/an
1. important and universal social institution of society
2.important basis for group formation
3.helpful in strengthening the caste system
4.helpful in calming down the anger of two conflicting groups.
1.This is the only way to acquire paternal property
2. This is the only way of sexual gratification
3.This provides societal sanction
4. It is regularised and provides socially sanctioned sex gratification
1.Out of group life
2.Leave ones isolation
3.Member of political system
4.Realise the importance of wealth
3.Mutual recognition and the sense of something shared in common
Risley have given this statement put in question No. 4 to support his views on _______, regarding marriage.
3.Preference and prohibition
4. Cousin marriage
1.compare the behavior of individuals from different societies
2.compare one society to another
3.identify similarities in how social groups respond to social pressure
4. compare individuals to groups
The importance of the social division of labour as a criterion of social development has been insisted by
2. Emile Durkheim
The most frequent item of the series around which other items are densely populated is known as:
The society has passed through the three stages of its development-theological, metaphysical and the positive. This view was held by
2. H. Spencer
The state originates and continues to exist for the sake of the best life. Whose opinion is this?
1.Kaka Kalekar Committee
3.Balwant Rai Mehta Committee
4.Jai Prakash Narain Committee
4.None of the above
1.Structural and interactional
2.Functional and structural
3. Evolutionary and diffusive
4.Structural and evolutionary
What is meant by sex-ratio?
1.The relation between male and female
2.The ratio between the number of adult male and adult females in a population
3.The ratio between number of female and number of male in a population
4.The number of females per 1000 males in a population
Which of the following factors does not contribute to the growth of traditional societies?
1.Community and associational life is kept loose without any prescribed basis of social existence
2.Perpetuation of tribal and caste affiliation
3.Perpetuation of kinship and clanship
4.Continuation of agriculture as the dominant activity.
1.The percentage of the worlds population that live in cities is indeed very large
2.Most of the world has been urban most of the time.
3.Most of the world has been rural most of the time.
4.India is a highly urban country
1.Durkheim, Weber, Parsons
2.Marx, Weber, Davis
3.Davis, Moore, Parsons
4.Lenski, C.W. Mills, Parsons
Whose definition is this? Tribe is an indigenous unit speaking a common language, claiming a common descent, living in a particular geographical area, backward in technology, pre-literate, loyally observing social and political customs based on kinship.
1.A conference at Shillong in 1962
2.Earth Summit at Rio in 1992
4.Indigenous People Conference, Sav Paulo 1937
Whose statement is this??Jajmani relationships is the means by which the rich and powerful exploit the poor and coerce the workers into sustaining the power of those who have the upper hand and the higher rank.?