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The process of social learning directed toward achieving a desired position in future is called __________
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In _________ society conflicts are settled in courts run by legal experts
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_________ shares Sociology's interest in the impact of social structure and culture on behaviour
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_________ Behaviour deals with the ways which collective behaviour emerges as responses to problematic circumstances and situation
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One of these is not features of institutionalized religion
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Which of the following is not one of the general contexts in which power is commonly defined as authority
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Unverified story spread from one to another is termed to be ___________
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___________ group, members of the group do not often know themselves, not all the members live in close proximity, for example, a city or corporation.
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__________ tend to be ephemeral since their novelty wears off quickly.
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________ refers to wide spread attitudes about controversial issue
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The persistent social fact in the modern societies is _______
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_________ defined religion by reference to the sacred rather than to a belief in a god, because it makes social comparison possible
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A set of beliefs, symbols, and practices which is based on the idea of the sacred, and unites believers into socio-religion community is called ________
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The traditional society saw ________ as an authority in all areas of social life
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Burns and Stalker (1961) make the interesting point that in 'mechanistic' (hierarchical), _____________is to the concerned, and obedience is to superior.
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People who have some status in common, such as teachers , exemplify a _________
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_________ is recognized as any set of institutionalised belief and practices that with the ultimate meaning of life
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A ______________ refers to social eruption that is highly emotional, violent and undirected
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Although, _________groups may also have face-to-face relationship but contact between individuals in the group are very ephemeral and impersonal.
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_________dynamics involves ingroup/out-group relationship.
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An _________thus refers to inter-group relations.
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Discovery is a source of ________ change
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__________ group is relatively small, simple group of people.
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________ is the movement between different positions within the system of social stratification in any society.
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The spontaneous eruption of common behavioural pattern is ________
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An _________is characterized by a 'we-feeling'.
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Where social structure and culture intersect are primarily the interested areas of the _________
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Our sense of whom and what we are is referred to as ________ social identity
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Although they share the same basic subject matter, each Social Science focuses on the same aspect of behavior
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Movement in the same strata is __________ mobility
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The roles to which we aspire as well as the positions we currently occupy is ______
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A person who has power can _________ his will on others.
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The _________ interactionists stress the role of language and symbols like fashion in the social construct of identity and in the structure of relationship
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____________ refers to sexual activity outside marriage
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___________ Focus on personality -on the behaviour and attitudes that are characteristics of person regardless of the situations
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The most important studies of every day social behaviour come from ___________
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The study of coordinated and organised social movements is____________
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__________was one of the founding fathers of Sociology whose work has been a great influence on the study of Sociology
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The possession of valued resources is also known as ________
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Adair (1986), defined a _______ is more than just a group with a common aim
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The sharing of a household by an unmarried couple is known as ____________
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_________ refers only to the changes in behaviour and attitude having their origins in interactions with other persons
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The ________ refers to the process by which people act and react in relation to others
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___________ refers to a researcher who interacts with group members for the purpose of studying them.
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The spread of cultural element from one society to another is _________
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Power is a key aspect of any _________posts.
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_________ refers to marriage that unites one male and two or more females more female
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Rape is one of the ___________ issues that are of great interest to the sociologists
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A religious organisation that accepts the legitimacy of other religious but has a negative relationship to society is ________
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At ___________ stage, factions form, personalities clash, no one concedes a single point without first fighting tooth and nail.
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