Test: Terms, Concepts And Their Use In Sociology


10 Questions MCQ Test Sociology Class 11 | Test: Terms, Concepts And Their Use In Sociology


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QUESTION: 1

‘Social position’ in a society is known as

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Status refers to a social position of an individual in society with certain duties and rights assigned to that position.

QUESTION: 2

The basis of a caste system is

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Ascribed status is decided on the basis of birth.

QUESTION: 3

Panchamas in the caste system were considered as

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Untouchables were also called as outcastes and they used to live out of the villages.

QUESTION: 4

The system in which society was divided into Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras was known as

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Traditional Indian society was stratified into caste system.

QUESTION: 5

Human life is based on the

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Human beings interact, communicate and construct collectivities.

QUESTION: 6

Peer group is a kind of

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Peer group is formed between individuals of similar age or people of same professional group.

QUESTION: 7

Social classes, status groups, age and gender groups and crowds are the examples of

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Interaction among members is very less or absent in quasi groups.

QUESTION: 8

Migrants are often considered as

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The members of an out-group are considered as outsiders.

QUESTION: 9

The perspective which stresses that deviance promotes social unity and social change is

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Functionalism believes in systematic functions of the institutions.

QUESTION: 10

The behaviours, obligations, and privileges attached to a social status is known as

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Roles are played by the members of society.