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Pretest- Multiple Choice. Choose the letter that corresponds to your chosen answer. True or False.

e or False. Write T if the statement is true and F if it is false.

1. __________ maps the various social forces that shape individual actions and 1. An inherent feature of social change is violent actions.
social interactions. 2. Social actions and interactions are governed by unseen rules of society.
A. Anthropology C. Sociology 3. A person’ s sex dictates what he/she can and cannot expect in life.
B. Political Science D. Philosophy 4. Each social science has unique take on what constitutes social life. These takes
2. According to _______, social differentiation is a normal feature of every known are mutually exclusive and are therefore irreconcilable.
culture in the world. 5. If power and its exercise are the objects of interest of political science, then
A. Anthropology C. Sociology anthropology cannot be used to study power relations.
B. Political Science D. Philosophy 6. Because social sciences are sciences, they adhere to the rules, principles, and
3. A set of imaginary coordinates that determine social actors’ opportunities and life methods of the hard sciences.
chances in social world. 7. The interpretation of what drives social action is called “perspective”.
A. Social Location C. Skill-based system 8. Cultures around the world are different; therefore, they are not equal.
B. Social Address D. Credit system 9. The study of society is exclusive to sociology.
4. It is considered the “essence of society” and is the enduring subject of social 10. Sociology was born during the Industrial Revolution.
sciences explorations. 11. Social change may be a product of technological change.
A. Power Relation C. The political Identification. Identify the following.
B. The social D. Artifact 1. It is the study of human social life, groups and society.
5. Cultural idiosyncrasies are perfect examples of this concept. 2. It is the systematic study of human life.
A. Social diversity C. Social 3. The most fundamental, intrusive, and limiting social label attached to members
Stratification of society.
B. Cultural conflict D. Cultural diversity 4. It encompasses the complex processes and dynamics that characterize the great
6. This social science discipline takes account of the “equal but different ways” of variety of “ways of living” practiced and observed around the world.
how people live in the world. 5. It is represented by new technological platforms facilitating communication, self-
A. Sociology C. Political Science expression, and interactions.
B. Anthropology D. Psychology 6-8. Fields of Social Science.
7. A social science discipline that problematized the unjust results of the exercise of 9. The discipline under which identity, culture, society and politics are studied.
power and not the arrangements of power relations itself however unequal. 10. Studies the nature and behavior of given population and its relationship to the
A. Sociology C. Anthropology group’s present social institution.
B. Political Science D. Political Sociology
8. Served as the historical and cultural context of the birth of Sociology. Essay
A. Renaissance C. Industrial Revolution 1. Why is it important for us to study Anthropology, Sociology and Political science?
B. Reformation D. Inquisition period 2. What are the things that we can do about the changes in society?
9. Conceived by Emile Durkheim as the counterpart notion of social phenomenon in
terms of its external effects on individual actions.
A. Social Fact C. Inequality
B. Deviance D. Manifest function
10. It describes as a science seeking to “uncover principles of behavior that apply to
all human communities”
A. Anthropology C. Sociology
B. Political Science D. Psychology