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Bagadi Gautam

AI Rank – 23 CSE ’08


Sociology Marks Remarks
aper I aper II nd highest in
WE&D Programme (CSEMains ’18) SOCIOLOGY
175 185 mains 08
By​ PRAVEEN KISHORE e. mail: nice_ias@yahoo.co.in
Ph. 011-47065959, 9910944333 Website: www.nice–ias.com

TEST CODE :TSM–SOC–I –19/T–4

Time allowed : Three Hours


Maximum Marks : 300

INSTRUCTIONS

Answer must be written in the medium specified in the


admission certificate issued to you, which must be stated
clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space provided
for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers
written in a medium other than specified in the Admission
certificate.
3. Answer the following: (20+20+10)

(a) What do you mean by ‘feminization of poverty’ and how it


Candidate should attempt Questions 1 and 5 which are is related with the process of globalization? Explain in the
compulsory and any three of the remaining questions at least context of Indian society.
one from each section. (b) Examine the role of money, education and religion in
making a system of social stratification hierarchical.
(c) Write short Notes on: Types of political parties.
All questions carry equal marks
4. Answer the following: (20+20+10)

(a) Modern society is structurally conducive for the


appearance of social movements”. Comment.
(b) “Can there be family without marriage?” Examine in the
light of the emerging forms of marriage and family in the
West and the East.
WE&D Programme (MAINS ’19) SOCIOLOGY (c) Write short Notes on: New social movement
By​ PRAVEEN KISHORE e. mail:nice_ias@yahoo.co.in
Ph. 011-47065959, 9910944333 Website: www.nice-ias.com

Section A

1. Write short notes on the following (Each note should not


Section B
exceed 150 words):- 10x5=50
5. Write short notes on the following (Each note should not
(a) Gender Identity
exceed 150 words) (10X5=50 Marks)
(b) Structural theory of gender stratification
(c) Causes of social exclusion
(a) Isolated nuclear family
(d) Structure of social movement.
(b) Patriarchal Bargain
(e) Social capillarity
(c) Patriarchy and sexual division of labour
(d) Types and the forms of families.
2. Answer the following:
(e) Informalization of formal sector.
(20+20+10)
(a) Ethnic conflicts are no more than hidden class conflict.
6. Answer the following:(20+20+10)
Critically examine.
(b) Comment on the contribution of technology in the
(a) What are the intellectual antecedents of the modern
determination of degree of gender stratification.
concept of civil society? Examine its role in a democracy.
(c) “No society can either be absolutely open or absolutely
closed.” Comment.
(b) Do you think that there has been a general disillusion with
political parties around the world? Justify your view with
specific reference to India.
(c) Discuss the changing interface between state and civil
society in post-independent India.

7. Answer the following:(20+20+10)

(a) “Values rather than structural requirement of industrial


society are responsible for proliferation of nuclear family”.
Comment
(b) “Emerging forms of marriages are undermining the
patriarchal relationship in society.” Comment​​.
(c) Write short Notes on: Impact of IT on political parties.

8. Answer the following:(20+20+10)

(a) How is family distinct from household? Describe about the


emerging forms of Household structure in modern society.
(b) Discuss the changing functions of family in modern
society.
(c) Write short notes on: live-in relationship.