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SOC101 Introduction to Sociology MCQs

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The institutions like marriage and family, religion, education, economy and sports are examples of _______________.
  • Universality
  • Formal organization
  • Informal organization
  • None of the given options
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____________ is the major means of cultural transmission.
  • Language
  • Values
  • Beliefs
  • Norms
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The buildings, dress, the flag and a type of color may be taken as ____________ indicating some aspect of human behavior as well as society’s outlook.
  • Folkways
  • Values
  • Norms
  • Symbols
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Edhi Trust, Red Crescent and The Lions Club are the examples of ____________ organization
  • Utilitarian
  • Normative
  • Coercive
  • Formal
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The ___________ is a social group with three members.
  • Triad
  • Dyed
  • In group
  • Out group
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___________ is a large and impersonal social group whose members pursue a specific interest or activity.
  • Primary Group
  • Secondary Group
  • In Group
  • Out group
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People with a status in common, such as women, Muslims, Pakistanis, students, teachers and workers are an example of _____________.
  • Crowd
  • Category
  • Mass
  • Culture
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_____________ refers to a number of roles attached to a single status.
  • Role Set
  • Role Exit
  • Role Conflict
  • Role Strain
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___________ status refers to a social position that someone assumes voluntarily and that reflects personal ability and effort
  • Achieved
  • Ascribed
  • Attributed
  • Master
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_____________ is a recognized social position that an individual occupies in a social situation
  • Social Status
  • Status Set
  • Achieved Status
  • Ascribed Status
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