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BAUA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

BAUA, GONZGA, CAGAYAN

UNIT TEST IN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON

A. DIRECTION: READ EACH ITEM AND ENCIRCLE THE LETTER OF YOUR ANSWER.

1. Man lives in social groups in communities and in society that is why he is called ______________.
A. Man as an animal
B. Man as a social animal
C. Man as nomadic

2. If there were no people talking to one another, acting and interacting, cooperating with one another, there would be
no ______________.
A. Society
B. Social system
C. Individuals

3. This view regards the individual as formed by society through the influence of such institutions as the family, school and
workplace.
A. Interactionist view
B. Functionalist view
C. Culture and personality view

4. This view posits that it is through the interaction of the people that the society is formed.
A. Interactionist view
B. Functionalist view
C. Culture and personality view

5. This view states that both the society and individual go hand in hand, each is essentially dependent on the other.
A. Interactionist view
B. Functionalist view
C. Culture and personality view

6. One of the primary purposes of society is


A. Formation of an organized group of individuals who can support each other in various ways.
B. Formation of an unorganized group of individuals who forget each other.
C. Formation of the values needed in appreciating the underprivileged individuals.

7. It is defined as the patterns of relationships between people.


A. Social system
B. Society
C. Social networks

B. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER FROM THE GIVEN CHOICES BELOW. WRITE THE LETTER OF YOUR CHOICE
BEFORE EACH ITEM.

A. Industrial society
B. Hunting and gathering society
C. Pastoral society
D. Tribal society
E. Virtual society
F. Agricultural society
G. Horticultural society

_____ 8. It is a form of society that is small in size, nomadic in nature and do not desire to acquire wealth.
_____ 9. It is the form of society which is relatively larger in size, nomadic coupled with trading and inequality begins.

_____ 10. Domestication of plants, slash and burn technology, relatively more complex division of labor, and there is an
emergence of political institution.

_____ 11. This society focuses on mode of production primarily on agriculture and production of large fields.

_____ 12. This is a system in which large number of labor and machinery is involved in production of goods and services.

_____ 13. In this society, people are connected by living as an avatar in a computer-based world.

_____ 14. In this society, they have a common definite territory, common dialect, common name, common religion and
a common culture.

C. IDENTIFICATION: ANSWER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CORRECTLY. WRITE YOU ANSWER BELOW EACH ITEM.

15. It is an orderly and systematic arrangement of social interactions.

-The three classification of social system according to Morgan and other evolutionist.
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-Types of social system by means of livelihood


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-Classification of social system according to Durkheim


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D. (ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL SYSTEM) ENCIRCLE THE CORRECT ANSWER OF EACH ITEM.

25. Keeps people together


A. Belief b. Sentiment c. Facilityd. Norms

26. Man doesn’t live by reason alone


A. Belief b. Sentiment c. Facilityd. Norms

27. It provides pathway of progress


A. Belief b. Sentiment c. Goal d. Norms

28. Provide guidelines for appropriate conduct


A. Belief b. Sentiment c. Goal d. Norms

29. Recognition of importance


A. Sanction b. Goal c. Rank d. Status and role

30. Every individual in society is functional


A. Sanction b. Goal c. Rank d. Status and role

31. Reward provides encouragement for conformity


A. Sanction b. Goal c. Power d. Status and role

32. Imposition of penalty for nonconformity


A. Sanction b. Goal c. Power d. Status and role

33. Provide a person to function properly


A. Facility b. Goal c. Power d. Status and role

34. It is a shared inquiry in which participants seek greater understanding of each other.
A. Conversation b. Dialogue c. Talkingd. Chatting

35. Dialogue is important for it helps in building and maintaining ___________.


A. Conflicts b. Relationships c. Affection d. Hatred

36. The speaker gives too many details


A. Passitivity b. Discounting c. Redefining d. Overdetailing

37. It is when a person displays and uses language of withdrawal or nonresponsive behavior.
A. Passitivity b. Discounting c. Redefining d. Overdetailing

38. It is when one changes the focus of the transaction by manipulation to avoid something that may be uncomfortable
or emotional.
A. Passitivity b. Discounting c. Redefining d. Overdetailing

39. It is when a people say something to deflate, inflate, disrespect or put down another person.
A. Passitivity b. Discounting c. Redefining d. Overdetailing

E. (INTERSUBJECTIVITY)GIVE THE EXACT WORDS THAT CORRESPOND TO THE THOUGHT OF EACH LEVEL.
Fundamental views Theoretical level Practical level

40. Treating someone as a 42. Treating someone as a 44. Treating someone as an


_____________ ______________ ______________

41. Treating someone as a 43. Treating someone as a 45. Treating someone as a


_____________ ______________ ______________