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Sociology 90 test questions assessment 5.
Task 1
Question 1. The subject of sociology, according N.Smelzeru is:
1) a set of social relations and relations;
2) the social system;
3) type of modern society;
4) social behavior;
5) mental processes.
Question 2. Sociology as a science arises:
1) at the turn of 19-20 centuries;
2) in the 30 years of the 19th century;
3) in the second half of the 20th century;
4) in the 18th century;
5) in the 6th century BC
Question 3. Public relations are the least of the following is related:
1) economic factors;
2) chemical processes;
3) political relations;
4) cultural factors;
5) psychological factors.
Question 4. The most important task of applied sociology is:
1) conducting public opinion polls;
2) management of social processes;
3) identification of social laws;
4) the construction of mathematical models;
5) formulation of theoretical propositions.
Question 5. Sociological knowledge is different from the ordinary:
1) the use of special terminological apparatus;
2) corresponds to reality;
3) based on the facts;
4) rationale;
5) practical applicability.
Task 2 Question 1 separated from the Sociology:
1) Anthropology;
2) theology;
3) history;
4) economic theory;
5) philosophy.
Question 2. Social laws are manifested:
1) as a general;
2) as being necessary;
3) how the laws of nature;
4) as the laws of thought;
5) the laws, the trend of a specific people, under certain conditions.
Question 3. According to Comte, sociology is based on:

1) biology;
2) the economy;
3) culture;
4) policy;
5) psychology.
Question 4. society, by analogy with a living organism:
1) Marx;
2) F.Tennis;
3) H. Spencer;
4) Emile Durkheim;
5) Weber.
Question 5. What are the facts of social life, according to Durkheim, the forcing of the person, like natural:
1) Ideology;
2) policy;
3) art;
4) "collective representations";
5) "the spirit of capitalism."
Activity 3
Question 1. The Thinker, which considered the development of society as a succession of socio-economic formations:
1) Weber;
2) Durkheim;
3) G.Simmel;
4) Karl Marx;
5) F.Tennis.
Question 2. The main purpose of the sociology of Durkheim sees:
1) the knowledge of public relations and relations;
2) to explain the different types of social identity;
3) to develop a theory of a classless society;
4) to promote the integration of society;
5) promoting the fight against poverty.
Question 3. The emergence of capitalism was prepared Protestant ethic, according to:
1) G.Rikkertu;
2) G.Simmel;
3) Pareto;
4) M. Weber;
5) Comte.
Question 4. The main contribution to the sociology of Pareto is:
1) analysis of the "social facts";
2) construction of the system model of society that takes into account the uniqueness of public life;
3) study of social personality types;
4) development of a method to comprehend the meaning and significance of human action;
5) the opening of the "law of the three stages."
Question 5. "founding father" of sociology considered:
1) H. Spencer;
2) Emile Durkheim;
3) Comte;
4) Karl Marx;
5) Pareto.
Task 4
Question 1. Representative Russophil direction in Russian social thinking is:
1) Alexander Herzen;
2) KP Pobedonostsev;
3) D.I.Pisarev;
4) NGChernyshevsky;
5) Belinsky.
Question 2. N.A.Danilevsky first in the history of sociology formulated:
1) the doctrine of the progressive development of society;
2) the doctrine of the cyclical course of history;
3) the doctrine of a single line of development of world history;
4) the doctrine of cultural-historical types, extending the life cycle from birth to death;
5) The doctrine of socioeconomic formations.
Question 3. Russian thinker, who first introduced

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Question 5. What is the most important thinker of interest groups for the development of society Reader; psychological, religious and altruistic:
1) EV. De Robertis;
2) AA Bogdanov;
3) MITugan Baranovsky;
4) N.I.Kareev;
5) Mikhailovsky

Task 5
Question 1. According to the theories of "environmental determinism", the determining factor of social development is:
1) the level of development of production;
2) the level of development of science and technology;
3) the level of material well-being of society;
4) the nature of the interaction of man and nature;
5) the nature of the interaction of people in society.
Question 2. The theory of social mobility has formulated:
1) H. Spencer;
2) Sorokin;
3) F.Tennis;
4) Spengler;
5) G.Simmel.
Question 3. The word "culture" has come to the Russian language:
1) of the Greek;
2) from the Hebrew;
3) from the Latin;
4) from the Church Slavonic;
5) of the Old Slavonic.
Question 4: The classic definition of the concept of "culture" is given:
1) Dzh.Frezerom;
2) L. White;
3) E. Taylor;
4) Spengler;
5) Zh.Zh.Russo.
Question 5. The main provisions of the theory of "demographic determinism" formulated:
1) Zh.Zh.Russo;
2) Spengler;
3) H. Spencer;
4) Comte;
5) D.Bell.
Task 6
Question 1. Representatives of the movement "hippie" we can include:
1) to the dominant culture;
2) to the subculture;
3) to the counterculture;
4) to the elite culture;
5) to the popular culture.
Question 2. Formal rules requiring strict observance, called:
1) Legal;
2) moral;
3) moral norms;
4) Like;
5) traditions.
Question 3. cultural elements are:
1) jazz compositions;
2) ritual dance;
3) The bow of the singer after the show;
4) the movie;
5) a bargain.
Question 4. The most productive way to the existence of society is based:
1) on ethnocentrism;
2) on the cultural realism;
3) nationalism;
4) on a combination of realism and cultural entotsentrizma;
5) on cosmopolitanism.
Item 5. Recognition of the possibility of other cultures own interpretation of "our" cultural patterns typical for the position:
1) ethnocentrism;
2) cosmocentrism;
3) anthropocentrism;
4) pluralism;
5) monism.

Task 7
Question 1. The similarity of man with other living beings is manifested in:
1) in the presence of the language;
2) in the biological heredity;
3) a unique individual experience;
4) religion;
5) a sense of humor.
Question 2. The human "I" opens in the reactions of others, Ch.Kuli call:
1) "generalized other";
2) "I mirror";
3) self-image;
4) Above Self;
5) "significant other."
Question 3. A necessary sign of the existence of a social group:
1) expectations of each member of the group with respect to its other members;
2) the presence of the spiritual community of the members of the group;
3) tolerance of religious views of members of the group;
4) territorial community;
5) Common hobbies members.
Question 4. Football fans are:
1) the audience;
2) social circle;
3) random crowd;
4) due to the crowd;
5) caste.
Question 5. The closest to a stable social groups among the quasi-groups are:
Task 8
Question 1. "passionaries" according N.Gumilev:
Question 2. The basis of social stratification are value orientation of society, according to:
Question 3. The membership of a particular social class depends on:
Question 4. The three core values \u200b\u200bof the distribution which relates Dzh.Lenski social stratification, etc.

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