Introduction to Sociology Section A

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?Northern Caribbean UniversityDepartment of Behavioural SciencesSOCI 120: Introduction to Sociology Section ASectional #1SPRING 2014Name: D.MID#:0120123Date: February 11, 2014 Grade:/30Section A: Multiple Choice Questions (10 points)Instruction: Read each question carefully and circle the letter that corresponds with the response of your choice. 1. The term "sociology" was coined in 1838 by:a. Karl Marxb. Herbert Spencerc. Adam Smithd. Auguste Comte2. Benefits of the Sociological Perspective includes all of the following Except: a. Helps us assess the truth of common senseb. Empowers us to be active participants in our societyc. In helps to satisfy the man/woman inside d. Helps us live in a diverse world3. Emile Durkheim's research showed that society affects even our most personal choices, as a result the following groups of people are less likely to commit suicide: a. Male and female Protestants who were wealthy and unmarried b. Male Jews and Catholics who were poor and marriedc. Hollywood stars and actors d. Rich white people and Musicians 4. Identify the three sociologists who played a part in the development of sociology's structural-functional approach. a. Auguste Comte, Karl Marx,W.E.B. Du Bois b. Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Emile Durkheim c. Herbert Spencer, Karl Marx, Auguste Comte d. Harriet Martineau, Robert Merton, W.E.B. Du Bois5. You are doing research and you do not consider the possible importance of gender at all. Your w

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