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DOŇA TEODORA ALONZO HIGH SCHOOL

Alvarez St., Sta. Cruz, Manila

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

LONG TEST I
UNDERSTANDING CULTURE, SOCIETY AND POLITICS
GRADE 12
Subject Teacher: Ms. ANNE ROSALIE V. BESIN

I. Multiple Choice
Directions: Read carefully and SHADE the letter of the correct answer.

1. UCSP is a multidisciplinary course that integrates and 7. Karen used to tease her newly transferred Mangyan
combines the contents, methods and theories of the classmate because of his kinky hair and tanned skin.
following EXCEPT: What kind of cultural view Karen has?
A. Mathematics A. cultural relativism B. ethnocentrism
B. Anthropology C. culture D. society
C. Sociology 8. Mommy and Daddy taught their one-year old
D. Political Science daughter Cloud how to play ABC song with the use of
2. Anthropology: Genetics and Evolution, etc. their Lenovo cell phone. Now, Cloud can able to open
Sociology: Groups and Organizations, etc. the phone and sing the ABC song. What characteristic
Political Science:_________________ of culture is shown in the situation?
A. Cultural Change A. culture is learned
B. Social Inequality C. culture is shared
C. Elections B. culture is integrated
D. Religion D. culture is symbolic
3. A research method that uses sample population and 9. “Sabong” is a vice which LoloTasyo has been
administers survey questionnaires to get responses and indulged with until this year. This kind of gambling was
answers from respondents. been brought in the Philippines during the Spanish
A. Interview colonization. This only proves that culture is?
B. Field Work A. learned
C. Ethnography C. shared
D. Survey Method B. integrated
4. The following are significance of studying society D. symbolic
except: 10. Sandra, a 16-year-old Filipina girl had been
A. Gives meaning to the importance of the self in nominated to be an exchange-student in Australia
relation to others during winter season. In her preparation of things, she
B. Gives us a full understanding of how social excluded her shorts and sleeveless and start pulling out
groups affect our thinking and behaviour her jackets and boots on her cabinet, while her
C. Acknowledges that social constitutions shape Australian exchange student began to take in her shirts
and affect how we live our life and shorts on her personal baggage bag. What does this
D. Broadens our perspectives on how we value show?
our own and others’ culture A. culture is adaptive
5. As a ____________ we carry our ancestors’ tradition C. culture is dynamic
and beliefs, speak the language of our parents, practice B. culture is abstract
faith and the distinct way of life of our community, create D. culture is symbolic
and showcase the arts and heritage of our people and
transmit some, if not all, of these to the next generation. II. Identify whether the following statement
A. social being concludes human as: SOCIAL being, CULTURAL
B. cultural being being or POLITICAL being. Write your answer on the
C. political being blank before the number.
D. spiritual being
6. The term culture was first used by the English _____11. Our rights and privileges are limited because
anthropologist ________ in his book, Primitive Culture. we are governed by rules and laws of our society.
A. Robert MacIver _____12. We carry our ancestors’ traditions and beliefs.
B. Charles Page _____13. We always belong to the group and interact
C. Talcott Parsons with people.
D. Edward B. Tylor _____14. We are always in company with others like our
parents and siblings.
_____15. Our power is inherent in the rights guaranteed world economy, powerful institutions, nation-states and
and protected by our State. international organizations.
_____16. We relate with our childhood friends, _______32. Human beings have the same biological
neighbours, and classmates. features but each one of us is different.
_____17. We speak the language of our parents, _______33. Being humane means learning by doing to
practice faith and the distinct way of life of our live positively and to treat others with respect, genuine
community. love and compassion
_____18. We become citizens, we elect our leaders, we _______34. FGD or Focus Group Discussion literally
pay taxes, we receive welfare and support from the means going out to the field to do research.
government because our Constitution and our laws tell it ______35. Studying culture educates us on the
so. importance of exercising our rights and maximizing our
_____19. We create or showcase the arts and heritage political participation.
of our people and transmit some, if not all, of these to ______36. UCSP simply wants you to become human
the next generation. and humane at the same time.
_____20. We will be having our co-workers or ______37. Banaue Rice Terraces is one of the cultural
colleagues in office, professional peers here and abroad. heritages found in the Philippines.
_______38. Culture and society are co-existent. That
III. Directions: Identify what is being described or one cannot able to exist without the other.
asked in each statement. Choose your answer from _______39. The manifestations of culture are cities,
the box below. Write only the letter of your answer villages, religious group and professional organizations.
on the space provided before each number. _______40. According to UNESCO, cultural heritage is
the legacy of physical artefacts and intangible attributes
of a group or society that are inherited from past
A. interview F. political being
generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for
B. culture G. Anthropology the benefit of future generations.
C. symbolic H. ethnography _______41. Ethnocentrism promotes the idea that no
culture is superior over any other. It accepts and
D. abstract I. Sociology understands why people act the way they do.
E. society
_____21. As a _________ weJ.are August Comte
subjected to power- _______42. Culture is integrated when cultural parts and
relations. aspects are interconnected in that when taken together,
_____22. It is the systematic study of social behaviour a way of life is manifested.
and human groups. ________43. The manifestations of society are
_____ 23. A qualitative research method that asks language, arts, festival, clothing, cuisine, literature,
questions to key informants and participants in the music, traditions and the like.
research ________44. The Maasai tribe from Tanzania and
______24. It is the study of humans’ past and present. Kenya touch each other’s heads as way of greeting each
______25. Usually used by anthropologists, this is other.
oftentimes referred to a qualitative approach in doing ________45. In a democratic country like Philippines,
cultural research. sovereignty resides in the people.
______26. Father of Sociology
______27. It is a collective behaviour of men arising IV. Identify whether the following statement gives
from a shared belief and value system based on the significance of studying: CULTURE, SOCIETY or
ideologies, way of life, norms and even identities. POLITICS.
______28. It is viewed a group of people with a shared
culture interacting within groups and institutions. ____________46. Gives meaning to the importance of
______29. Culture is ______ because there is no the self in relation to others (kapwa)
tangible manifestation that can take the form of the ____________47. Broadens our perspectives on how
culture itself. we value our own and others’ cultures
______30. Culture is ______ for all cultures in the world _____________48. Educates us on the importance of
are driven by symbols that stand for something exercising our rights and maximizing our political
participation to sustain, maintain or change society
_____________49. Provides a bigger context on how
III. True or False government works and how rules, regulations and laws
Directions: Read each statement. Identify whether it maintain social order, cohesion and unity
is expressing correct idea or not. If it is, write TRUE, ____________50. Describes how and why we belong to
if not, underline the word or phrase which makes the a bigger global society
statement incorrect and write the correct answer on
the space provided before each number.

______31. The society that we inhabit in is directly or


indirectly shaped and influenced by people, technology,
popular culture, government policies, domestic and