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DISS LA1

Question 1

The purpose of social science is to

Select one:

a. to study the behavior of wildlife and how they affect the en

b. no correct answer

c. study systematically all aspects of human behavior and the human condition, using a methodology

borrowed from the physical sciences wherever possible.

Question 2

Each newly born human being enters a social world which has been shaped by those born previously and is

continually reshaped by each new generation.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 3

This branch of science deals with the physical world.

Select one:

a. Natural Sciences

b. Humanities

c. No correct answer

Question 4

A method of procedure which has characterized natural science since the 17th century, consisting in systematic

observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and modification of hypotheses.

Select one:

a. Scientific Experiment

b. Scientific Study

c. Scientific Observation

d. Scientific Method

Question 5

Social science is the study of

Select one:

a. society and animal behavior

b. animal and human behavior

c. society and human behavior

d. no correct answer

DISS SQ1

Question 1

Each newly born human being enters a __________ that has been shaped by those born previously and is continually

reshaped by each new generation. (Perry & Perry, 2003)


Select one:

a. crippled world

b. real world

c. natural world

d. social world

Question 2

Which discipline doES social sciences rely heavily upon when it comes to matters of methodology?

Select one:

a. Life Science

b. Psychology

c. Physical Science

d. Mathematics

Question 3

The purpose of the social sciences is

Select one:

a. is to create a new field specifically for the study of society

b. is to study systematically all aspects of human behavior/condition

c. is to inject an intellectual culture among the people

d. is to examine the creativity of the human mind

Question 4

Which of the following is NOT a discipline of the social sciences?

Select one:

a. economics

b. none of the above

c. philosophy

d. history

e. political science

Question 5

Social science is the study of ___________.

Select one:

a. mind and human behavior

b. society and cultural influences

c. society and human behavior

d. human behavior and politics

Question 6

The entry of the human person into the world of societies is something that can be avoided.

Select one:

a. Perhaps
b. True

c. False

Question 7

What do all the disciplines within the social sciences have in common?

Select one:

a. passion for knowledge

b. interest in human behavior

c. scientific method

d. source of educated insights

Question 8

Social science is a unified science consisting of only one discipline.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 9

How is social science different from social philosophy?

Select one:

a. interest in society

b. history and origins

c. spelling

d. the inclusion of the scientific method

Question 10

This social world was not always understood. But in the last 200 years, disciplines have originated with the goal of

examining it with the exact same ____________ that the sciences use.

Select one:

a. concepts and theories

b. method and principle

c. scientific methodology

d. organization

DISS LA2

Question 1

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: Social Science is the study of society and

human behavior.

Answer: T

Question 2
True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: The purpose of social science is to study

systematically all aspects of human behavior and of the human condition, without having to borrow the

methodology used by the people practicing physical sciences.

Answer: F

Question 3

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: The Natural Sciences is divided into two

groups.

Answer: T

Question 4

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: The factor unique to the social sciences

compared with the disciplines under Natural Sciences is its focus on society accompanied by the use of

a scientific method that, in a way, becomes a unity for both the natural and the humanities.

Answer: T

Question 5

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: What makes social science a science is its

determination to use the scientific method to study specific aspects of human behavior in the social

world.

Answer: T

DISS SQ2

Question 1

Social science is, in a way, a unity of __________.

Select one:
a. physical science and the humanities

b. philosophy and psychology

c. art and science

d. natural science and the humanities

Question 2

Which of these disciplines is part of the humanities?

Select one:

a. Biology

b. Psychology

c. Philosophy

d. Economics

Question 3

The __________ is learning or literature concerned with human culture.

Select one:

a. humanities

b. literature

c. work of art

d. museum

Question 4

This is what makes social science a science.


Select one:

a. structure and internal organization

b. parallel words

c. focus on society

d. none of the above

Question 5

The Natural Sciences is a branch of science that deals with the _________.

Select one:

a. social world

b. supernatural world

c. physical world

d. whole world

Question 6

What makes social science unique from natural science and the humanities?

Select one:

a. emphasis on the role of the community in fostering human life

b. focus on human culture and everyday life

c. inclusion of economics into its study of society

d. focus on society accompanied with scientific method

Question 7
The Natural Sciences are divided into two groups:

Select one:

a. rocket and physical science

b. life and meteorological science

c. physical and life science

d. life and death science

Question 8

Which of the following is/are aspects covered by the social sciences?

Select one:

a. specific aspects of human behavior

b. society

c. life

d. society and specific aspects of human behavior

Question 9

Science may be briefly defined as a method using a system of rational inquiry dependent on the

___________.

Select one:

a. preference of the researcher

b. careful analysis of data and statistics

c. system applied to it
d. empirical testing of facts

Question 10

Which of the following is NOT an example of natural science?

Select one:

a. chemistry

b. biology

c. political science

d. geology

e. all of the choices

DISS LQ1

Question 1

This consists in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and

modification of hypotheses.

Select one:

a. Linguistic Analysis

b. Statistics

c. Laboratory Experimentation

d. Scientific Method

Question 2

What does all the disciplines within the social sciences have in common?
Select one:

a. source of educated insights

b. scientific method

c. passion for knowledge

d. interest in human behavior

Question 3

Which of these disciplines is part of the humanities?

Select one:

a. Biology

b. Philosophy

c. Economics

d. Psychology

Question 4

Which of the following is NOT an example of natural science?

Select one:

a. chemistry

b. all of the above

c. geology

d. biology

e. political science
Question 5

When was the scientific method first created and applied?

Select one:

a. 12th century

b. 16th century

c. 45 B.C.E.

d. 17th century

Question 6

The life sciences are also called:

Select one:

a. biological science

b. natural science

c. pre-medical science

d. evolutionary science

Question 7

The Natural Sciences is a branch of science that deals with the _______.

Select one:

a. physical world

b. supernatural world
c. social world

d. whole world

Question 8

Science may be briefly defined as a method using a system of rational inquiry dependent on the

_______.

Select one:

a. empirical testing of facts

b. careful analysis of data and statistics

c. preference of the researcher

d. system applied to it

Question 9

The following are disciplines of the humanities except:

Select one:

a. Political Science

b. History

c. Geology

d. Literature

Question 10

Which discipline does social sciences rely heavily upon when it comes to matters of methodology?

Select one:
a. Mathematics

b. Physical Science

c. Psychology

d. Life Science

Question 11

Which of the following is NOT a discipline of the social sciences?

Select one:

a. political science

b. philosophy

c. none of the above

d. economics

e. history

Question 12

What makes social sciences “social”?

Select one:

a. society as its subject

b. society as creating the science

c. both choices

d. none of the choices

Question 13
The purpose of the social sciences

Select one:

a. is to create a new field specifically for the study of society

b. is to study systematically all aspects of human behavior/condition

c. is to examine the creativity of the human mind

d. is to inject an intellectual culture among the people

Question 14

Which aspect of society does social science concern itself with?

Select one:

a. literacy of the people

b. economic stature

c. all aspects of society including human behavior

d. influence of science

Question 15

Each newly born human being enters a ________ that has been shaped by those born previously and is

continually reshaped by each new generation. (Perry & Perry, 2003)

Select one:

a. real world

b. social world

c. crippled world
d. natural world

Question 16

Social Philosophy and Social Sciences are one and the same.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 17

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The _________ is learning or literature concerned with human culture.

Select one:

a. museum

b. humanities

c. work of art

d. literature

Question 18

Which of the following is/are aspects covered by the social sciences?


Select one:

a. specific aspects of human behavior

b. society

c. specific aspects of human behavior and society

d. life

Question 19

The entry of the human person into the world of societies is something that can be avoided.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

c. Perhaps

Question 20

Social science is a unified science consisting of only one discipline.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 21

This social world was not always understood. But in the last 200 years, disciplines have originated with

the goal of examining it with the exact same ________ that the sciences use.

Select one:
a. scientific methodology

b. organization

c. concepts and theories

d. method and principle

Question 22

The Natural Sciences are divided into two groups:

Select one:

a. life and meteorological science

b. life and death science

c. physical and life science

d. rocket and physical science

Question 23

Social science is the study of _________.

Select one:

a. mind and human behavior

b. human behavior and politics

c. society and cultural influences

d. society and human behavior

Question 24

Politics is the only power that social science emphasizes.


Select one:

a. False

b. True.

Question 25

What makes social science unique from natural science and the humanities?

Select one:

a. emphasis on the role of the community in fostering human life

b. inclusion of economics into its study of society

c. focus on human culture and everyday life

d. focus on society accompanied with scientific method

Question 26

This is what makes social science a science.

Select one:

a. parallel words

b. structure and internal organization

c. focus on society

d. none of the above

Question 27

Social science is, in a way, a unity of _________.


Select one:

a. art and science

b. philosophy and psychology

c. physical science and the humanities

d. natural science and the humanities

Question 28

How is social science different from social philosophy?

Select one:

a. history and origins

b. spelling

c. interest in society

d. the inclusion of the scientific method

Question 29

Correct

Is sociology the same with the social sciences?

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 30
To which discipline does physics fall under:

Select one:

a. Medicine

b. Social Science

c. Humanities

d. Natural Science

DISS LA3

Question 1

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: Anthropology combines natural science and

information gathered from the social sciences to uncover the relationships between biological traits

acquired socially by living in groups.

Answer: T

Question 2

Fill in the blanks: the word Anthropology comes from two ancient Greek words - anthropos and logos,

which means ____ and _____ respectively.

Select one:

a. society and study

b. human being and study

c. animal being and study

d. study and society

Question 3
This is a social science that seeks to understand human origins and adaptation,and the diversity of

cultures and worldviews.

Answer: ANTHROPOLOGY

Question 4

True or False. Write T if the answer is true, and F if false: As social science is concerned with all aspects

of society and human behavior, it is not only composed of one science or one subject.

Answer: T

Question 5

He is considered the father of modern anthropology.

Answer: FRANZ BOAS

DISS SQ3

Question 1

Social Science is not only composed of one science or one subject. Since it concerns itself with all

aspects of society and human behavior, it is naturally divided into __________, all of which share an

interest in human behavior.

Select one:

a. branches

b. disciplines

c. straws

d. theories

Question 2
Geography is considered to be both a natural science and a social science.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 3

“Language is an everyday occurrence in society, and one cannot possibly communicate with individuals

within society without the usage of language.”

Select one:

a. Perhaps

b. True

c. False

Question 4

Anthropology comes from two Greek words:

Select one:

a. anthrax and logia

b. anthros and logos

c. anthropos and logos

d. anthros and logia

Question 5

Linguistics is the scientific study of:


Select one:

a. human language

b. grammar and composition

c. source of educated insights

d. culinary art

Question 6

Geography is concerned with:

Select one:

a. the population

b. human behavior and politics

c. rocks and sediments

d. structure of the planet earth

Question 7

Which of the following is NOT a branch of linguistics?

Select one:

a. syntax

b. semantics

c. morphology

d. diction

Question 8
For John and Erna Perry, an important part of political science is _________, which tries to uncover

patterns of behavior among the nations of the world.

Select one:

a. stability and unity

b. economic growth

c. proper distribution of power

d. international relations

Question 9

______________ is a study of the past, one that describes/narrates and analyzes human activities in the

past and the changes that these had undergone.

Select one:

a. philosophy

b. economics

c. political science

d. history

Question 10

This discipline probes the need for an institution to maintain order, make decisions, and provide for

defense.

Select one:

a. sociology

b. political science
c. peace and order

d. military science

DISS LA4

Question 1

He was one of the proponents of proto-anthropology.

Answer: HERODOTUS OF HALICARNASSUS

Question 2

The father of modern Economics.

Select one:

a. No correct answer

b. Herodotus of Halicarnassus

c. Franz Boas

d. Adam Smith

Question 3

Which of the following is NOT true about Economics?

Select one:

a. It deals with resources, and how the proper management of these sources will lead to the prosperity of

society as a unit.

b. it is a social science that deals with the optimum allocation of scarce resources among its alternatives

to satisfy the unlimited human wants and needs of the people.


c. Unlike other discplines, which are more inclined to discover the very ideals that enable society to

function, Economics limits itself to that of the mateial component of the society.

d. It is a discipline that was only established recently,because our ancestors did not believe in

the value of private property.

Question 4

This refers to the lack of proper resources for the needs of a person or a group of people.

Answer: SCARCITY

Question 5

Economics comes from the Greek word ta oikonomika, meaning

Select one:

a. science of the household

b. science of the coin

c. science of the academy

d. science of the government

DISS SQ4

Question 1

__________ is considered the father of modern anthropology.

Select one:

a. Plato

b. Karl Marx
c. Keira Knightley

d. Franz Boas

Question 2

The Greek word politika means:

Select one:

a. affairs of the cities

b. rule of law

c. governance

d. management

Question 3

Herodotus wrote which work that earned him the title of the father of history?

Select one:

a. De Natura

b. A History of Time

c. The Histories

d. Greek History

Question 4

In other words, political science as a discipline found its roots in Ancient Greek _________, that

ultimately led to its continuous development in other major civilizations.

Select one:
a. philosophy

b. rhetoric

c. cuisine

d. drama

Question 5

Eriksen and Nielsen note that one particular Greek, namely Herodotus of Halicarnassus (c. 484–425

BCE), was one of the proponents of what is called a ___________, or the prelude to modern

anthropology as we know today.

Select one:

a. scientific anthropology

b. philosophical anthropology

c. proto-anthropology

d. social philosophy

Question 6

Which of these individuals is the father of modern linguistics?

Select one:

a. C.S. Peirce

b. Bertrand Russell

c. Ludwig Wittgenstein

d. Noam Chomsky

Question 7
“The most concrete origin, however, can be found in Ancient China with the writings of Fan Li (also

known as Tao Zhu Gong) who wrote a __________ for businessmen. (Wang, 2012)

Select one:

a. novel

b. book

c. law of Chinese trade

d. golden laws for businessmen

Question 8

What is one of the most notable proponents of the study of geography, and is still recognized today as

an intellectual treasure? This came from 600 BCE in Babylon.

Select one:

a. Code of Hammurabi

b. Imago Res

c. Imago Dei

d. Imago Mundi

Question 9

_____________ is considered the father of geography. He is known as the first person to actually use

the term.

Select one:

a. Eleanor

b. Euripedes
c. Eratosthenes

d. Erasmus

Question 10

“The history of linguistics is a branch of intellectual history, for it deals with the history of ideas – ideas

about language – and directly with language itself.”

Select one:

a. False

b. True

DISS LQ2

Question 1

What does the word scarcity mean?

Select one:

a. lesion or wound

b. metropolitan

c. amusement park

d. lack of resources

Question 2

__________ is considered the father of geography. He is known as the first person to actually use the

term.

Select one:
a. Eleanor

b. Erasmus

c. Eratosthenes

d. Euripedes

Question 3

Which of the following is NOT a branch of linguistics?

Select one:

a. semantics

b. morphology

c. syntax

d. diction

Question 4

What is one of the most notable proponents of the study of geography, and is still recognized today as

an intellectual treasure? This came from 600 BCE in Babylon.

Select one:

a. Imago Res

b. Imago Dei

c. Code of Hammurabi

d. Imago Mundi

Question 5
Eriksen and Nielsen note that one particular Greek, namely Herodotus of Halicarnassus (c. 484–425

BCE), was one of the proponents of what is called a _______, or the prelude to modern anthropology as

we know today.

Select one:

a. philosophical anthropology

b. proto-anthropology

c. social philosophy

d. scientific anthropology

Question 6

According to Ajan Raghunatan, “Plato believed that body and mind are two united entities and mind

could exist even after death.”

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 7

Sociology comes from the Latin word _________ meaning “companion” with the Greek word _______

which means “study” or “word.”

Select one:

a. socia and logos

b. socialus and logia

c. socius and logos


d. socius and loguis

Question 8

Geography is concerned with:

Select one:

a. the population

b. rocks and sediments

c. human behavior and politics

d. structure of the planet earth

Question 9

The Greek word politika means:

Select one:

a. management

b. affairs of the cities

c. governance

d. rule of law

Question 10

Linguistics is the scientific study of:

Select one:

a. source of educated insights


b. grammar and composition

c. human language

d. culinary art

Question 11

Anthropology comes from two Greek words:

Select one:

a. anthros and logia

b. anthros and logos

c. anthropos and logos

d. anthrax and logia

Question 12

For John and Erna Perry, an important part of political science is _________, which tries to uncover

patterns of behavior among the nations of the world.

Select one:

a. economic growth

b. international relations

c. stability and unity

d. proper distribution of power

Question 13

_________ is considered the father of modern anthropology.


Select one:

a. Karl Marx

b. Franz Boas

c. Keira Knightley

d. Plato

Question 14

This discipline probes the need for an institution to maintain order, make decisions, and provide for

defense.

Select one:

a. political science

b. military science

c. sociology

d. peace and order

Question 15

Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote which political science work?

Select one:

a. The Social Contract

b. Les Histoires

c. Émile

d. On the Nature of Social Structures


Question 16

Social Science is not only composed of one science or one subject. Since it concerns itself with all

aspects of society and human behavior, it is naturally divided into __________, all of which share an

interest in human behavior.

Select one:

a. theories

b. disciplines

c. branches

d. straws

Question 17

As John and Erna Perry put it, “The discipline does attempt to study systematically a sequence of related

events – or a number of such sequences – for the purpose of learning about, verifying, and establishing

meaningful relationships among them.” (Perry & Perry, 2003)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 18

“Language is an everyday occurrence in society, and one cannot possibly communicate with individuals

within society without the usage of language.”

Select one:

a. Perhaps

b. False
c. True

Question 19

__________ is a study of the past, one that describes/narrates and analyzes human activities in the past

and the changes that these had undergone.

Select one:

a. political science

b. economics

c. history

d. philosophy

Question 20

“Economists do not perceive people as complex ____________.” -Wilkins, 1979

Select one:

a. rational animals

b. social builders

c. systems of thought

d. social creatures

Question 21

The chief concern of political science is __________.

Select one:
a. distribution of goods

b. study of power

c. legislature

d. government officials

Question 22

In other words, political science as a discipline found its roots in Ancient Greek ____________, that

ultimately led to its continuous development in other major civilizations.

Select one:

a. drama

b. philosophy

c. cuisine

d. rhetoric

Question 23

Which of these individuals is the father of modern linguistics?

Select one:

a. C.S. Peirce

b. Noam Chomsky

c. Ludwig Wittgenstein

d. Bertrand Russell

Question 24
Economics comes from the Greek ta oikonomika meaning “____________“ Oikonomika itself comes

from the Greek word, oikos meaning --- or ---.

Select one:

a. science of the factory

b. science of the household

c. science of the domain

d. structure of the home

Question 25

____________ is the study of populations, including increases and decreases in size, composition, age

grouping, and future trends. (Perry & Perry, 2003).

Select one:

a. philosophy

b. demography

c. statistics

d. applied mathematics

Question 26

Herodotus wrote which work that earned him the title of the father of history?

Select one:

a. Greek History

b. The Histories

c. De Natura
d. A History of Time

Question 27

Geography is considered to be both a natural science and a social science.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 28

History can be derived from two Greek terms: ________ meaning “learned or wise man,” and ________

meaning “finding out.”

Select one:

a. histōr and histōria

b. logos and histor

c. histor and historesis

d. historianus

Question 29

“The history of linguistics is a branch of intellectual history, for it deals with the history of ideas – ideas

about language – and directly with language itself.”

Select one:

a. True

b. False
DISS LA5

Question 1

According to Karl Marx, the proletariat refers to the

Select one:

a. the government

b. working class

c. owners of production in society

d. academics

Question 2

Which of the following is NOT true about capitalism?

Select one:

a. It is a method for analyzing the language, narratives, and cultural phenomena that uncovers
basic elements that form structures.

b. It is and economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by
private owners for profit, rather than by the state.

c. It involves mass production, for mass production develops into mass money.

d. Its evolution dates back to at least the 17th century, when private ownership overcome the standard
"one for all, all for one," system of ownership in older societies.

Question 3

This level of alienation occurs when the production becomes the only focus that the worker should have.
Personal issues and development, as well as experiences which could enhance human nature, end up
neglected for more production.

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

b. Alienation of Worker from Products

c. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

d. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

Question 4
The Parsonian theory is also known as

Select one:

a. no correct answer

b. Structural Democracy

c. Structural-Marxism

d. Structural-Functionalism

Question 5

This theory became the first and foremost response to the despotic rule of capitalism.

Select one:

a. Anthropology

b. Alientation

c. Structural-Functionalism

d. Marxism

DISS SQ5

Question 1

That is why apart from the disciplines, the social sciences have what we call the dominant approaches
and ideas that are present within the different disciplines. These are the ________ of a discipline, or
better yet, the very inspiration of the different social sciences.

Select one:

a. legs

b. principles

c. roots

d. rules

Question 2

____________ is a method for analyzing language, narratives, and cultural phenomena that uncovers
basic elements that form structures (often binary oppositions).

Select one:
a. conventionalism

b. pure mathematics

c. structuralism

d. scientific literature

Question 3

It is defined as an approach that sees society as a complex system whose parts work together to
promote solidarity and stability. It looks for a structure’s social function.

Select one:

a. structural-functionalism

b. functionalism

c. functional-structuralism

d. both functionalism and functional-structuralism

Question 4

Parsons determined that each individual does not have expectations of the other's action and reaction to
his own behavior, and that these expectations would (if successful) be "derived" from the accepted
norms and values of the society they inhabit only on condition. (Parsons, 1961)

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 5

He (Parsons) held that "the social system is made up of the:

Select one:

a. actions of individuals

b. different classes

c. living units of the families

d. critical individual parts

Question 6
Parsons doctoral dissertation was entitled _______ with his main focus on the work of Werner Sombart
and Max Weber.

Select one:

a. On the Genealogy of Morals

b. The Art of War

c. The Concept of Monetary Displace

d. The Concept of Capitalism in the Recent German Literature

Question 7

“Simply put, structuralism is understanding human culture and elements in terms of their relationship with
a larger, overarching system.”

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 8

These are known as classic writers of sociology except:

Select one:

a. Jean Valjean

b. Adam Smith

c. Emile Durkheim

d. Max Weber

Question 9

The disciplines prove how social science is __________ meaning that the social sciences are things that
you can use everyday to understand reality much better.

Select one:

a. applicable and useful

b. theoretical and practical


c. applicable and practical

d. practical and judicial

Question 10

Talcott Parsons was greatly influenced by which thinker:

Select one:

a. Vilfredo Pareto

b. Samson McGregor

c. Jean-Paul Sartre

d. Aristocles

DISS SQ6

Question 1

This exploitation of wage labor led to the creation of two ‘classes’:

Select one:

a. ruler and worker

b. first and second

c. worker and laborer

d. ruler and subjects

Question 2

Karl Marx was highly influenced by which German philosopher:

Select one:

a. G.W.F. Hegel

b. Friedrich Nietzsche

c. Martin Heidegger

d. Edmund Husserl

Question 3
What is another word for the ruling class?

Select one:

a. bourgeoisie

b. elites

c. false prophets

d. untouchables

Question 4

Capitalism made its breakthrough in ________. (Fulcher, 2004)

Select one:

a. The United States of America

b. Scotland

c. The Kingdom of Nova Scotia

d. Britain

Question 5

The evolution of capitalism, according to Fulcher’s account, dates back to at least the century, when
private ownership overcome the standard “one for all, all for one” system of ownership in older societies.

Select one:

a. 3rd

b. 17th

c. 19th

d. 11th

Question 6

Which of the following is NOT a communist country?

Select one:

a. People’s Republic of China


b. Laos

c. Russian Federation

d. Vietnam

Question 7

_____________ is defined as an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry
are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.

Select one:

a. capitalism

b. hedonism

c. imperialism

d. minimalism

Question 8

_________ is one’s stature in society, normally based on economic capabilities. critical individual parts.

Select one:

a. reputation

b. class

c. power

d. identity

Question 9

According to Fulcher, “Capitalist production depends on the exploitation of wage labor, which also fuels
the consumption of the goods and services produced by capitalist enterprises. Production and
consumption are linked by the markets that come to mediate all economic activities.” (Fulcher, 2004)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 10
Which book did Marx write with Friedrich Engels?

Select one:

a. Ideen und Geisteswissenchaften

b. The Communist Manifesto

c. The Communist Manifesto and Ideen und Geisteswissenchaften

d. Das Kapital and The Commmunist Manifesto*

e. Das Kapital

DISS LQ3

Question 1

What is another word for the ruling class?

Select one:

a. bourgeoisie

b. elites

c. false prophets

d. untouchables

Question 2

__________ is defined as an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are
controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.

Select one:

a. capitalism

b. imperialism

c. minimalism

d. hedonism

Question 3

It is defined as an approach that sees society as a complex system whose parts work together to
promote solidarity and stability. It looks for a structure’s social function.
Select one:

a. functional-structuralism

b. functionalism

c. functionalism and functional-structuralism

d. structural-functionalism

e. functionalism and structural-functionalism

Question 4

“In this class conflict, the working class merely works for the profit of the bourgeoisie. Capitalism, thus,
favors the increase of the higher classes’ private property and control over the means of production.”

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 5

Parsons doctoral dissertation was entitled ______ with his main focus on the work of Werner Sombart
and Max Weber.

Select one:

a. On the Genealogy of Morals

b. The Concept of Capitalism in the Recent German Literature

c. The Concept of Monetary Displace

d. The Art of War

Question 6

Talcott Parsons was greatly influenced by which thinker:

Select one:

a. Samson McGregor

b. Jean-Paul Sartre

c. Vilfredo Pareto
d. Aristocles

Question 7

Private property is replaced with ________, and man becomes friend once more to fellow man. It is in a
communist setting, Marx envisions, that society will flourish.

Select one:

a. common ownership

b. proper distribution

c. joint custody

d. military possession

Question 8

Which book did Marx write with Friedrich Engels?

Select one:

a. Ideen und Geisteswissenchaften

b. Das Kapital

c. The Communist Manifesto and Ideen und Geisteswissenchaften

d. The Communist Manifesto

e. Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto

f. Das Kapital and Ideen und Geisteswissenchaften

Question 9

According to Fulcher, “Capitalist production depends on the exploitation of wage labor, which also fuels
the consumption of the goods and services produced by capitalist enterprises. Production and
consumption are linked by the markets that come to mediate all economic activities.” (Fulcher, 2004)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 10
“The ______________ conditions the social, political and intellectual life process in general. It is not the
consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that
determines their consciousness.” (Marx, 1859)”

Select one:

a. economic

b. mode of production of material life

c. means of production

d. dictate of the bourgeoisie

Question 11

Which of the following is NOT a communist country?

Select one:

a. People’s Republic of China

b. Laos

c. Russian Federation

d. Vietnam

Question 12

These are known as classic writers of sociology except:

Select one:

a. Max Weber

b. Emile Durkheim

c. Adam Smith

d. Jean Valjean

Question 13

That is why apart from the disciplines, the social sciences have what we call the dominant approaches
and ideas that are present within the different disciplines. These are the ________ of a discipline, or
better yet, the very inspiration of the different social sciences.

Select one:
a. roots

b. principles

c. legs

d. rules

Question 14

________ is a method for analyzing language, narratives, and cultural phenomena that uncovers basic
elements that form structures (often binary oppositions).

Select one:

a. scientific literature

b. conventionalism

c. pure mathematics

d. structuralism

Question 15

“The goal of an economic-centered and capitalist-inspired work place is the generation of more products.
Once the worker is done with the product, he disowns it.”

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

b. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

c. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

d. Alienation of Worker from Products

Question 16

What is another term for the working class?

Select one:

a. proscetariat

b. slaves

c. proletariat
d. merchants

Question 17

Which of the following is a communist country?

Select one:

a. Kazakhstan

b. China

c. Norway

d. Denmark

Question 18

Which of the following is the Marxist wing of Philippine parties?

Select one:

a. Philippine Marxist Association

b. Partido Komunista Liberal

c. Communist Party of the Philippines

d. Communist Society of Education

Question 19

The evolution of capitalism, according to Fulcher’s account, dates back to at least the century, when
private ownership overcome the standard “one for all, all for one” system of ownership in older societies.

Select one:

a. 11th

b. 3rd

c. 17th

d. 19th

Question 20

“The goal of an economic-centered and capitalist-inspired work place is the generation of more products.
Once the worker is done with the product, he disowns it.”
Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Products

b. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

c. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

d. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

Question 21

“Production is the only focus the worker should have. One’s personal issues and development, as well
as experiences that could enhance human nature are neglected for more production.

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

b. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

c. Alienation of Worker from Products

d. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

Question 22

The disciplines prove how social science is _______ meaning that the social sciences are things that
you can use everyday to understand reality much better.

Select one:

a. applicable and useful

b. applicable and practical

c. practical and judicial

d. theoretical and practical

Question 23

_________ is one’s stature in society, normally based on economic capabilities. critical individual parts.

Select one:

a. identity

b. class
c. reputation

d. power

Question 24

“The worker is forced to abide by the same technique, the same default setting, when attempting to
produce something from their labor. It takes away creativity from the worker, and results in a
monotonous, robot-like mode of production.”

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

b. Alienation of Worker from Products

c. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

d. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

Question 25

“Simply put, structuralism is understanding human culture and elements in terms of their relationship with
a larger, overarching system.”

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 26

Parsons determined that each individual does not have expectations of the other's action and reaction to
his own behavior, and that these expectations would (if successful) be "derived" from the accepted
norms and values of the society they inhabit only on condition. (Parsons, 1961)

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 27

He (Parsons) held that "the social system is made up of the:

Select one:
a. actions of individuals

b. living units of the families

c. critical individual parts

d. different classes

Question 28

“Workers are forced to pay attention to the production only. Thus they will have no time to interact with
fellow workers, whose main focus too is to do labor in exchange for salaries. Workers are alienated from
this experience to make way for an undivided attention for the production of goods.”

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

b. Alienation of Worker from Products

c. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

d. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

Question 29

Capitalism made its breakthrough in ________. (Fulcher, 2004)

Select one:

a. Scotland

b. The Kingdom of Nova Scotia

c. Britain

d. The United States of America

Question 30

Karl Marx was highly influenced by which German philosopher:

Select one:

a. Martin Heidegger

b. Friedrich Nietzsche

c. G.W.F. Hegel
d. Edmund Husserl

DISS SQ7

Question 1

When one speaks of a ___________, it means that it is a philosophical movement that includes those
who claim that an ideology or proposition is true if it works satisfactorily, that the meaning of a
proposition is to be found in the practical consequences of accepting it, and that unpractical ideas are to
be rejected. (McDermid, 2009)

Select one:

a. social science

b. political practice

c. pragmatic philosophy

d. theoretical and practical

Question 2

It is a movement in psychology and philosophy that emphasized the outward behavioral aspects of
thought and dismissed the inward experiential, and sometimes the inner procedural, aspects as well.

Select one:

a. essentialism

b. behaviorism

c. cataclysm

d. fundamentalism

Question 3

Mead published several books, including Carus Lectures as well as the Philosophy of Social Action.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 4

Which element of communication is regarded as “symbolic”?


Select one:

a. Grammar

b. Prose

c. Diction

d. Language

Question 5

Which pragmatic thinker did Mead transfer with to Chicago and was greatly influenced by?

Select one:

a. James Dewey

b. John Rawls

c. William Smith

d. John Dewey

Question 6

The term “symbolic interactionism” was coined by which of Mead’s students:

Select one:

a. Harold Buchanan

b. Henri Thoreau

c. Spencer Hawkes

d. Herbert Blumer

Question 7

“Meaning can be described, accounted for, or stated in terms of symbols or language at its highest and
most complex stage of development.” (Mead, 1972)

Select one:

a. False

b. True
Question 8

Pragmatic philosophy is more focused on theory than practice:

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 9

Behaviorist approaches tend to focus more on the empirical or outward observation of the subjects.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 10

Symbolic interactionism’s key principles can be seen in the work:

Select one:

a. On the Precision of Vocal Communities

b. Mind and the Spirit

c. None of the choices

d. The Theory of Language

DISS SQ8

Question 1

In 1885-86, Freud spent the greater part of a year in Paris, where he was deeply impressed by the work
of the French neurologist Jean Charcot who was at that time using ________ as a medical technique.

Select one:

a. acupuncture

b. pills
c. cannabis

d. hypnotism

Question 2

His academic interests were broad, but he settled for _________ at the University of Vienna in 1873 and
obtained his degree in 1881.

Select one:

a. philosophy

b. law

c. medicine

d. psychology

Question 3

In 1895, Freud and his colleague Josef Breuer published:

Select one:

a. On the Nature of the Mind

b. Studies in Hysteria

c. The Communist Manifesto

d. The Interpretation of Dreams

Question 4

“The Freudian view of human nature is basically _______. According to him, our behavior is determined
by irrational forces, unconscious motivations, biological and instinctual drives, as these evolve through
key psychosexual stages in the first six years of life. (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. altruistic

b. weak

c. demonstrative

d. deterministic

Question 5
Freud was a mentor to two other major psychologists:

Select one:

a. May and Bellini

b. Adler and Jung

c. Marx and Lenin

d. James and Franco

Question 6

Psychoanalysis as an approach was only considered a major psychological and sociological theory
during the life of its proponent:

Select one:

a. Sigmund Freud

b. Rollo May

c. William Adler

d. Carl Jung

Question 7

Freud places no emphasis on the sexual formation of an individual, and how rooting out these past
experiences in psychoanalysis will be a good form of treatment.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 8

It is a source of motivation that encompasses sexual energy.

Select one:

a. libido

b. friends

c. happiness
d. confidence

Question 9

Which Freudian work is considered the most important one?

Select one:

a. The Id and Ego

b. Against Academics

c. The Interpretation of Dreams

d. Studies in Hysteria

Question 10

According to Stephen Thornton, “Freud’s psychoanalytic theory was initially not well received – when its
existence was acknowledged at all it was usually by people who were, as Breuer had foreseen,
scandalized by the emphasis placed on sexuality by Freud.” (Thornton, 2010)

Select one:

a. True

b. False

DISS LQ4

Question 1

Which element of communication is regarded as “symbolic”?

Select one:

a. Prose

b. Grammar

c. Diction

d. Language

Question 2

Freud places no emphasis on the sexual formation of an individual, and how rooting out these past
experiences in psychoanalysis will be a good form of treatment.
Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 3

“The Freudian view of human nature is basically _________. According to him, our behavior is
determined by irrational forces, unconscious motivations, biological and instinctual drives, as these
evolve through key psychosexual stages in the first six years of life. (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. demonstrative

b. weak

c. altruistic

d. deterministic

Question 4

These three principles are important for Mead because these form a symbolic interaction that enables
society to be united and become real active agents of social progress. With the use of communication,
there arises a universal want for the:

Select one:

a. engaging dialogue

b. common good

c. justice for the oppressed

d. human rights

Question 5

Which pragmatic thinker did Mead transfer with to Chicago and was greatly influenced by?

Select one:

a. John Rawls

b. John Dewey

c. James Dewey

d. William Smith
Question 6

The ______ is the original system of personality; at birth a person is _______. The ________ is the
primary source of psychic energy and the seat of the instincts. It lacks organization, and it is blind,
demanding and insistent.” (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. none of the choices

b. superego

c. id

d. ego

Question 7

In 1895, Freud and his colleague Josef Breuer published:

Select one:

a. Studies in Hysteria

b. The Interpretation of Dreams

c. On the Nature of the Mind

d. The Communist Manifesto

Question 8

“Symbolic interaction is an entire process of ________: meaning, speaking, and thinking.”

Select one:

a. rhetoric

b. organism

c. learning

d. dialogue

Question 9

The principle of meaning teaches us that human persons interact, and that we do so through the use of:
Select one:

a. symbols

b. writings

c. puzzles

d. speeches

Question 10

When one speaks of a __________, it means that it is a philosophical movement that includes those
who claim that an ideology or proposition is true if it works satisfactorily, that the meaning of a
proposition is to be found in the practical consequences of accepting it, and that unpractical ideas are to
be rejected. (McDermid, 2009)

Select one:

a. theoretical and practical

b. pragmatic philosophy

c. political practice

d. social science

Question 11

Freud was a mentor to two other major psychologists:

Select one:

a. James and Franco

b. May and Bellini

c. Adler and Jung

d. Marx and Lenin

Question 12

It is a movement in psychology and philosophy that emphasized the outward behavioral aspects of
thought and dismissed the inward experiential, and sometimes the inner procedural, aspects as well.

Select one:

a. essentialism

b. behaviorism
c. fundamentalism

d. cataclysm

Question 13

Which of the following is a part of the Structure of Personality?

Select one:

a. body

b. ego

c. super id

d. spiritus

Question 14

Thought is based on language. While in a conversation, your mind is imagining or thinking about the
different points of view or meanings to what the other person is saying to you.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 15

Mead published several books, including Mind, Self, and Spirit as well as the Philosophy of Social
Action.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 16

According to Stephen Thornton, “Freud’s psychoanalytic theory was initially not well received – when its
existence was acknowledged at all it was usually by people who were, as Breuer had foreseen,
scandalized by the emphasis placed on sexuality by Freud.” (Thornton, 2010)

Select one:
a. True

b. False

Question 17

The term “symbolic interactionism” was coined by which of Mead’s students:

Select one:

a. Herbert Blumer

b. Harold Buchanan

c. Spencer Hawkes

d. Henri Thoreau

Question 18

When Mead mentions the ‘taking the role of the other,’ he implies that through language, human persons
could interpret the of the individual he is communicating with.

Select one:

a. symbolic nature

b. complex ideas

c. signs and symbols

d. hidden message

Question 19

Pragmatic philosophy is more focused on theory than practice:

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 20

In 1885-86, Freud spent the greater part of a year in Paris, where he was deeply impressed by the work
of the French neurologist Jean Charcot who was at that time using ______ as a medical technique.
Select one:

a. cannabis

b. acupuncture

c. hypnotism

d. pills

Question 21

“Meaning can be described, accounted for, or stated in terms of symbols or language at its highest and
most complex stage of development.” (Mead, 1972)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 22

Symbolic interactionism’s key principles can be seen in the work:

Select one:

a. None of the choices

b. On the Precision of Vocal Communities

c. The Theory of Language

d. Mind and the Spirit

Question 23

It includes a person’s moral code, the main concern being whether action is good or bad, right or wrong.
It represents the ideal rather than the real, and strives not for pleasure but for perfection. The rewards
are feelings of pride and self-love; the punishments are feelings of guilt and inferiority.” (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. id

b. superego

c. ego

d. none of the choices


Question 24

“It is the ‘executive’ that governs, controls and regulates the personality. As a ‘traffic cop’ it mediates
between the instincts and the surrounding environment. The __________ controls consciousness and
exercises censorship.” (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. ego

b. id

c. none of the choices

d. superego

Question 25

The very basic principle of the id is to attain pleasure and avoid pain.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 26

Behaviorist approaches tend to focus more on the empirical or outward observation of the subjects.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 27

Which Freudian work is considered the most important one?

Select one:

a. Studies in Hysteria

b. The Interpretation of Dreams

c. The Id and Ego


d. Against Academics

Question 28

His academic interests were broad, but he settled for _______ at the University of Vienna in 1873 and
obtained his degree in 1881.

Select one:

a. philosophy

b. medicine

c. law

d. psychology

Question 29

Psychoanalysis as an approach was only considered a major psychological and sociological theory
during the life of its proponent:

Select one:

a. William Adler

b. Sigmund Freud

c. Rollo May

d. Carl Jung

Question 30

It is a source of motivation that encompasses sexual energy.

Select one:

a. friends

b. happiness

c. confidence

d. libido

DISS SQ9

Question 1
The “rational” approach started at the dawn of the Cold War.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 2

Rational Choice Theory is primarily a part of theory as well as that of social theory.

Select one:

a. logical

b. practical

c. scientific

d. economic

Question 3

If one thinks about it, rational choice seems to have been around for quite some time, since the primary
inclination of a human being is to choose what is most rational. However, rational choice as a theory
applied in both sociology and economics has been applied only recently.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 4

The value of historical institutionalism is that it shows how an institution can reflect the changes within
society, and how one need not to extensively pursue a conclusion based on multiple observations on
society, but rather can be focused on one body that sufficiently accounts for a proper description of
society’s progress.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 5
Rationality could take various forms, but applied to sociology, it becomes the ___ of society.

Select one:

a. creation

b. improvement

c. devotion

d. identity

Question 6

New institutionalism and old institutionalism are the same.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 7

This traces the progress of both socio-economic behavior in society through the growth and history of an
institution.

Select one:

a. Historical institutionalism

b. Fundamental Institutionalism

c. New Institutionalism

d. Old Institutionalism

Question 8

Which of the following is a work of Michel Foucault?

Select one:

a. The Birth of Tragedy

b. The Last Resort

c. Discipline and Punish


d. Creation of Adam

Question 9

According to Blume and Easley, rational choice had been around ever since the rise of through the rise
of Adam Smith.

Select one:

a. capitalism

b. fascism

c. economics

d. communism

Question 10

The basic premise of rational choice is that social behavior and attitude is the result of ____.

Select one:

a. deliberation and choice

b. individual actions and choices

c. communal agreement

d. mutual understanding

DISS LQ

Question 1

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Question text

_____ is a method for analyzing language, narratives, and cultural phenomena that uncovers basic
elements that form structures (often binary oppositions).

Select one:
a. structuralism

b. scientific literature

c. pure mathematics

d. conventionalism

Question 2

This traces the progress of both socio-economic behavior in society through the growth and history of an
institution.

Select one:

a. Fundamental Institutionalism

b. Old Institutionalism

c. New Institutionalism

d. Historical institutionalism

Question 3

To which discipline does physics fall under:

Select one:

a. Social Science

b. Humanities

c. Natural Science

d. Medicine

Question 4

“It is the ‘executive’ that governs, controls and regulates the personality. As a ‘traffic cop’ it mediates
between the instincts and the surrounding environment. The __________ controls consciousness and
exercises censorship.” (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. none of the choices

b. superego

c. ego
d. id

Question 5

New institutionalism and old institutionalism are the same.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 6

According to Blume and Easley, rational choice had been around ever since the rise of through the rise
of Adam Smith.

Select one:

a. capitalism

b. economics

c. communism

d. fascism

Question 7

This consists in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and
modification of hypotheses.

Select one:

a. Laboratory Experimentation

b. Linguistic Analysis

c. Scientific Method

d. Statistics

Question 8

Rationality could take various forms, but applied to sociology, it becomes the ___ of society.

Select one:
a. identity

b. improvement

c. creation

d. devotion

Question 9

Question text

“Production is the only focus the worker should have. One’s personal issues and development, as well
as experiences that could enhance human nature are neglected for more production.

Select one:

a. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process

b. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

c. Alienation of Worker from Products

d. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers

Question 10

When Mead mentions the ‘taking the role of the other,’ he implies that through language, human persons
could interpret the of the individual he is communicating with.

Select one:

a. hidden message

b. symbolic nature

c. complex ideas

d. signs and symbols

Question 11

Thought is based on language. While in a conversation, your mind is imagining or thinking about the
different points of view or meanings to what the other person is saying to you.

Select one:

a. False

b. True
Question 12

If one thinks about it, rational choice seems to have been around for quite some time, since the primary
inclination of a human being is to choose what is most rational. However, rational choice as a theory
applied in both sociology and economics has been applied only recently.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 13

This social world was not always understood. But in the last 200 years, disciplines have originated with
the goal of examining it with the exact same ____ that the sciences use.

Select one:

a. concepts and theories

b. method and principle

c. scientific methodology

d. organization

Question 14

Geography is concerned with:

Select one:

a. human behavior and politics

b. rocks and sediments

c. the population

d. structure of the planet earth

Question 15

The ______ is the original system of personality; at birth a person is _______. The ________ is the
primary source of psychic energy and the seat of the instincts. It lacks organization, and it is blind,
demanding and insistent.” (Corey, 2009)
Select one:

a. id

b. superego

c. ego

d. none of the choices

Question 16

According to Stephen Thornton, “Freud’s psychoanalytic theory was initially not well received – when its
existence was acknowledged at all it was usually by people who were, as Breuer had foreseen,
scandalized by the emphasis placed on sexuality by Freud.” (Thornton, 2010)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 17

In 1895, Freud and his colleague Josef Breuer published:

Select one:

a. On the Nature of the Mind

b. Studies in Hysteria

c. The Communist Manifesto

d. The Interpretation of Dreams

Question 18

What is another term for the working class?

Select one:

a. proletariat

b. proscetariat

c. merchants

d. slaves
Question 19

In 1885-86, Freud spent the greater part of a year in Paris, where he was deeply impressed by the work
of the French neurologist Jean Charcot who was at that time using ______ as a medical technique.

Select one:

a. acupuncture

b. cannabis

c. pills

d. hypnotism

Question 20

Which of the following is a work of Michel Foucault?

Select one:

a. Discipline and Punish

b. Creation of Adam

c. The Last Resort

d. The Birth of Tragedy

Question 21

The “rational” approach started at the dawn of the Cold War.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 22

Rational Choice Theory is primarily a part of theory as well as that of social theory.

Select one:

a. scientific
b. economic

c. logical

d. practical

Question 23

The basic premise of rational choice is that social behavior and attitude is the result of ____.

Select one:

a. mutual understanding

b. individual actions and choices

c. communal agreement

d. deliberation and choice

Question 24

It includes a person’s moral code, the main concern being whether action is good or bad, right or wrong.
It represents the ideal rather than the real, and strives not for pleasure but for perfection. The rewards
are feelings of pride and self-love; the punishments are feelings of guilt and inferiority.” (Corey, 2009)

Select one:

a. ego

b. none of the choices

c. id

d. superego

Question 25

“Symbolic interaction is an entire process of ________: meaning, speaking, and thinking.”

Select one:

a. rhetoric

b. dialogue

c. learning

d. organism
Question 26

The very basic principle of the id is to attain pleasure and avoid pain.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 27

When one speaks of a __________, it means that it is a philosophical movement that includes those
who claim that an ideology or proposition is true if it works satisfactorily, that the meaning of a
proposition is to be found in the practical consequences of accepting it, and that unpractical ideas are to
be rejected. (McDermid, 2009)

Select one:

a. pragmatic philosophy

b. political practice

c. theoretical and practical

d. social science

Question 28

The value of historical institutionalism is that it shows how an institution can reflect the changes within
society, and how one need not to extensively pursue a conclusion based on multiple observations on
society, but rather can be focused on one body that sufficiently accounts for a proper description of
society’s progress.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 29

The Greek word politika means:

Select one:

a. rule of law

b. management
c. affairs of the cities

d. governance

Question 30

Private property is replaced with ____, and man becomes friend once more to fellow man. It is in a
communist setting, Marx envisions, that society will flourish.

Select one:

a. proper distribution

b. military possession

c. common ownership

d. joint custody

DISS LA6

Question 1

The most important work of de Beauvoir that contributed to feminist theory is her work:

Select one:

a. Creation of Adam

b. The Second Sex

c. Interpretations of Reality

d. Woman Demystified

Question 2

In the 20th century, ‘first-wave’ feminists had demanded civil and political equality.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 3
The word feminist or feminism emerged in Europe around the later years of the 1600s and in the United
States in 1910. (Goldstein, 1989)

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 4

Renowned feminist and French philosopher ___ was born in Paris on the 9th of January, year 1908.

Select one:

a. Simone de Beauvoir

b. Simone Weil

c. Simon Blackwell

d. Jean-Paul Sartre

Question 5

The father of modern phenomenology is the philosopher:

Select one:

a. Charles Taylor

b. Edmund Husserl

c. Martin Heidegger

d. Wilhelm Dilthey

Question 6

The last wave of feminism, also known as third-wave feminism, is an acceptance of the second-wave
and is a support of sorts of the preceding wave. Third-wave feminism distinguished itself from the
second wave around issues of sexuality, challenging female heterosexuality and celebrating sexuality as
a means of female empowerment. (Holt & Cameron, 2010)

Select one:

a. False

b. True
Question 7

de Beauvoir studied _____ at the University of Paris and eventually studied mathematics at the Institut
Catholique de Paris and literature at the Institut de Sainte-Marie.

Select one:

a. literature and philosophy

b. mathematics and philosophy

c. physical science and medicine

d. natural science and mathematics

Question 8

Second-wave feminism concentrated on the ___ sector, pushing not for exact rights, but for social
recognition and a new identity. Second-wave feminism reacts negatively to the age-old view of women:
weak and undetermined.

Select one:

a. scientific

b. economic

c. social

d. political

Question 9

Hermeneutics, on the other hand, comes from the Greek word ‘hermeneutikos’ meaning:

Select one:

a. puzzle

b. messaging

c. interpret

d. isolation

Question 10

Charles Fourier was known to coin the term:


Select one:

a. feminieuse

b. feminisme

c. feminierre

d. feminin

DISS LA7

Question 1

This is typically defined as the sociological study of societal-environmental interactions, although this
definition immediately presents the problem of integrating human cultures with the rest of the
environment. (Schaefer, 2016)

Select one:

a. human ecology

b. psychological sociology

c. environmental sociology

d. economic environmentalism

Question 2

There is no clear definition for human environment system, as it crosses ____ at once such as ecology,
sociology and environmental demographics.

Select one:

a. a number of roads

b. multiple disciplines

c. uncharted borders

d. varying social sciences

Question 3

Although the focus of the field is the relationship between society and environment in general,
environmental sociologists typically place special emphasis on studying the social factors that cause
environmental problems, the societal impacts of those problems, and efforts to solve the problems.

Select one:
a. False

b. True

Question 4

There is no clear definition for human environment system, as it crosses multiple disciplines at once
such as ecology, sociology and environmental demographics.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 5

As a social science, the origins of human-environment systems did not actually begin with society itself,
but rather with ____ themes.

Select one:

a. economic

b. tantric

c. ecological

d. overarching

Question 6

Human-Environment System can also be called:

Select one:

a. environmental personal theory

b. human demographics

c. human ecology

d. sociology

Question 7

The primary thrust of this theory is that the two parties: humans and the environment, are in a state of
continuous seclusion and disintegration.
Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 8

Ecology is defined as “the branch of biology that deals with the ____ of organisms to one another and to
their physical surroundings.”

Select one:

a. relations

b. differences

c. understanding

d. equality

Question 9

Human-environment system means that society lives in a blank, dysfunctional world and a world that
affects society greatly.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 10

This is the totality of things that in any way may affect an organism, including both physical and cultural
conditions; a region characterized by a certain set of physical conditions.

Select one:

a. society

b. environment

c. nature

d. world

DISS SQ10

Question 1
His (Mercado’s) style of writing and analysis of Philippine society and culture is ____, meaning that for
him, language is an important facet in understanding Filipino society as a whole.

Select one:

a. unequal

b. quantitative

c. analytic

d. meta-linguistic

Question 2

The people must be educated in civic virtues and enlightened in all possible senses to be able to
struggle for their rights.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 3

Manuel Dy, Jr. mentions in his book Contemporary Social Philosophy that “a Filipino ethics must value
____.” (Dy, 2013)

Select one:

a. holiness

b. welfare

c. solidarity

d. ethics

Question 4

Schools of sufficient quality and quantity must be established throughout the archipelago primarily for
enlightenment and secondarily, livelihood.

Select one:

a. True

b. False
Question 5

Isabelo de los Reyes is also credited to be the first Filipino:

Select one:

a. socialist

b. warrior

c. journalist

d. poet

Question 6

Rizal envisioned a Philippine society that had ___, and the desire to serve one’s country wholeheartedly
and without reservation.

Select one:

a. confidence

b. growing investments

c. service

d. racial pride

Question 7

Mercado's work ____ talks about the fundamental trait of Filipinos to incorporate the religious into their
social lives, and how Philippine society is shaped by the values and teachings of a belief in a Supreme
Being or God.

Select one:

a. Elements of Philosophy

b. True Blood

c. Inculturation and Filipino Theology

d. Elements of Philippine Philosophy

Question 8

According to Rolando Gripaldo’s work Filipino Philosophy, Rizal envisioned a ____ society.
Select one:

a. united

b. capitalist

c. noble

d. utopian

Question 9

Filipinos place a great amount of importance on close family ties that it is arguably the most practiced
Filipino value at present.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 10

Rizal is not only known for his dedicated life and the works Noli Me Tangere and:

Select one:

a. El Filibusterismo

b. Consejo de las Casas

c. Mi Amor

d. Ibong Adarna

DISS SQ11

Question 1

The most important aspect of this definition is the Filipino orientation. For centuries, Filipino behavior has
been analyzed and interpreted in the light of ____ theories.

Select one:

a. Western

b. American

c. Eastern
d. Spanish

Question 2

Question text

From the beginning of the periods when the Philippines was colonized by Spain, and then the USA,
academic psychology, or the psychology taught in schools, was predominantly ____ in theory and in
methodology

Select one:

a. Spanish

b. Western

c. American

d. Eastern

Question 3

Pua and Marcelino regard him as the founder of Sikolohiyang Pilipino

Select one:

a. Virgilio G. Enriquez

b. Virgilio S. Lorenzo

c. Virgilio Ramos

d. Carpio Santos

Question 4

“Sikolohiyang Pilipino is anchored on Filipino thought and experience as understood from a Filipino
perspective (Enriquez, 1975).”

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 5

In simpler terms, Sikolohiyang Pilipino is aimed at understanding the Filipino ____ the Filipino.
Select one:

a. referring to

b. according to

c. disloyal to

d. in line with

Question 6

Enriquez also eliminated the bondage of Western tradition that bothered Filipino intellectuals before him.
This proves that Sikolohiyang Pilipino is something original to the Filipino, and that Filipino culture is not
destined to live under the shadows of another culture or an outside nation.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 7

Sikolohiyang Pilipino is a by-product of Western psychology.

Select one:

a. False

b. True

Question 8

Filipinos have never been a strictly intellectual culture. Their mindset even before the dawn of the 21st
century has always been a collection of both the strictly academic and the open culture that Filipinos
have always espoused.

Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 9

The principle emphasis of Sikolohiyang Pilipino is to destroy national identity and consciousness, social
involvement, and psychology of language and culture.
Select one:

a. True

b. False

Question 10

Since the Philippines was a colony of three different countries, they have been exposed to culture after
culture, all of them distinct and special in their own way, that have led to the Filipinos having a certain
kind of:

Select one:

a. self-awareness

b. class conflict

c. identity crisis

d. classification

DISS LQ7

Question 1

Apart from the suggestions given above, a degree in the social sciences will also be the key to teaching
other learners about the different elements of the social sciences.

Select one:

True

False

Question 2

Social Anthropologist

Select one:

a. History

b. Economics

c. Anthropology

d. Political Science

e. Psychology
Question 3

Guidance Counselor

Select one:

a. History

b. Anthropology

c. Psychology

d. Economics

e. Political Science

Question 4

Politician

Select one:

a. Political Science

b. History

c. Psychology

d. Anthropology

e. Economics

Question 5

The social sciences are not limited to the four corners of a classroom. It is something active, and plays a
continuous part in society.

Select one:

True

False

Question 6

It is a sense or ideology of wanting something to happen to your nation. It is, in a way, willing that a
society take a certain shape according to what you think is best for the progress of a nation.
Select one:

a. Patriotism

b. Puritanism

c. Nationalism

d. Valor

Question 7

Public Administration Teacher

Select one:

a. Anthropology

b. Economics

c. Political Science

d. Psychology

e. History

Question 8

Granted, most individuals would have different opinions on what is the best for a perfect society to take
shape. However, the common goal here is for society itself to_______.

Select one:

a. diminish

b. integrate

c. prosper

d. solidify

Question 9

The most concrete of this participation and active involvement of the social sciences can be seen in the
different ______ available to those who pursue this colorful field.

Select one:

a. professions
b. institutions

c. theories

d. literature

Question 10

Clinical Psychology

Select one:

a. History

b. Political Science

c. Anthropology

d. Economics

e. Psychology

Question 11

History Teacher

Select one:

a. History

b. Economics

c. Psychology

d. Political Science

e. Anthropology

Question 12

Lawyer

Select one:

a. Psychology

b. Political Science

c. Economics
d. Anthropology

e. History

Question 13

Industrial Psychiatrist

Select one:

a. History

b. Economics

c. Psychology

d. Political Science

e. Anthropology

Question 14

Economics Teacher

Select one:

a. Political Science

b. History

c. Economics

d. Psychology

e. Anthropology

Question 15

_______ work as coaches to other people in areas including business, sport and education. They also
work in hospitals and health centers, (i.e. in clinical settings) helping to support people with a range of
psychological problems.

Select one:

a. Market Researchers

b. Sociologists

c. Psychologists
d. Economists

Question 16

University work, administrative work, and mentoring are fueled by social science experts who share the
common vision of an examined and critical society.

Select one:

True

False

Question 17

Stock Market Analyst

Select one:

a. Psychology

b. History

c. Economics

d. Anthropology

e. Political Science

Question 18

Your role is to analyze the allocation of material goods of society and how it affects the daily life of each
individual as well as society in general.

Select one:

a. Psychologists

b. Economists

c. Market Researchers

d. Sociologists

Question 19

The reason why nationalism can be so strong is that individuals within the society seeks a progressive
society distant to its own cultures and traditions without the influence of other societies as much as
possible.
Select one:

True

False

Question 20

Non-Profit Organization Administrator

Select one:

a. Psychology

b. Anthropology

c. Political Science

d. History

e. Economics

Question 21

Market Researcher

Select one:

a. Political Science

b. Economics

c. Anthropology

d. History

e. Psychology

Question 22

Ancient Civilization Researcher

Select one:

a. Political Science

b. Anthropology

c. History
d. Economics

e. Psychology

Question 23

On the other hand,_____ also serves a purpose in understanding more the social phenomenon of
nationalism. When one has nationalistic ideas, he seeks the progress of his nation. This includes a
desire for a country's economy to grow.

Select one:

a. business

b. human resources

c. economics

d. accountancy

Question 24

Museum Curator

Select one:

a. History

b. Psychology

c. Political Science

d. Economics

e. Anthropology

Question 25

Trade Union Management

Select one:

a. Economics

b. Anthropology

c. History

d. Political Science
e. Psychology

Question 26

Through the lens of anthropology (and even psychology) we can see that what drives the social
phenomenon of nationalism is a sense of both racial pride and a degree of __________ (a fear of
foreigners or other cultures).

Select one:

a. fear

b. xenophobia

c. discrimination

d. hate

Question 27

Another point is that the social sciences are composed of different disciplines that provide multiple
perspectives on how society should be studied and examined.

Select one:

True

False

Question 28

This is the association between the social sciences and the humanities in analyzing society.

Select one:

a. Theory and Practice

b. Dominant Approaches

c. Multi-disciplinarity

d. Disciplines

Question 29

________ work in many sectors - for the government, for charities and for a variety of commercial
organizations. Researchers can be employed directly, or through an agency, or they may work as
freelancers, (i.e. be self-employed).
Select one:

a. Market Researchers

b. Sociologists

c. Psychologists

d. Economists

“The most concrete origin, however, can be found in Ancient China with the writings of Fan Li (also

known as Tao Zhu Gong) who wrote a _________ for businessmen. (Wang, 2012)

Select one:

a. novel

b. book

c. golden laws for businessmen


d. law of Chinese trade

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