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Anthropology comes from two Greek words:

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a. anthrax and logia
b. anthros and logos
c. anthros and logia
d. anthropos and logos

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“Workers are forced to pay attention to the production only. Thus they will have no time to interact
with fellow workers, whose main focus too is to do labor in exchange for salaries. Workers are
alienated from this experience to make way for an undivided attention for the production of goods.”

Select one:
a. Alienation of Worker from Other Workers
b. Alienation of Worker from Products
c. Alienation of Worker from Labor Process
d. Alienation of Worker from Human Nature

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What does the word scarcity mean?

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a. lesion or wound
b. lack of resources
c. metropolitan
d. amusement park

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Which of the following is/are aspects covered by the social sciences?

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a. society
b. specific aspects of human behavior and life
c. specific aspects of human behavior
d. specific aspects of human behavior and society
e. life
f. life and society

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Social Science is not only composed of one science or one subject. Since it concerns itself with all
aspects of society and human behavior, it is naturally divided into _____, all of which share an interest
in human behavior.

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a. theories
b. branches
c. disciplines
d. straws

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History can be derived from two Greek terms: _____ meaning “learned or wise man,” and ____
meaning “finding out.”

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a. logos and histor
b. histor and historesis
c. historianus
d. histōr and histōria

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This social world was not always understood. But in the last 200 years, disciplines have originated
with the goal of examining it with the exact same ____ that the sciences use.

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a. organization
b. method and principle
c. concepts and theories
d. scientific methodology

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In 1895, Freud and his colleague Josef Breuer published:

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a. The Communist Manifesto
b. Studies in Hysteria
c. On the Nature of the Mind
d. The Interpretation of Dreams

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To which discipline does physics fall under:

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a. Humanities
b. Natural Science
c. Medicine
d. Social Science

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When one speaks of a _____, it means that it is a philosophical movement that includes those who
claim that an ideology or proposition is true if it works satisfactorily, that the meaning of a
proposition is to be found in the practical consequences of accepting it, and that unpractical ideas
are to be rejected. (McDermid, 2009)

Select one:
a. theoretical and practical
b. pragmatic philosophy
c. social science
d. political practice

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Which pragmatic thinker did Mead transfer with to Chicago and was greatly influenced by?

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a. John Dewey
b. James Dewey
c. John Rawls
d. William Smith

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According to Stephen Thornton, “Freud’s psychoanalytic theory was initially not well received – when
its existence was acknowledged at all it was usually by people who were, as Breuer had foreseen,
scandalized by the emphasis placed on sexuality by Freud.” (Thornton, 2010)

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b. True

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The Natural Sciences is a branch of science that deals with the ____.

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a. social world
b. supernatural world
c. physical world
d. whole world

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What is another term for the working class?

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a. proscetariat
b. merchants
c. slaves
d. proletariat

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_____ is a method for analyzing language, narratives, and cultural phenomena that uncovers basic
elements that form structures (often binary oppositions).

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.a. structuralism
b. pure mathematics
c. conventionalism
d. scientific literature

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“Symbolic interaction is an entire process of ___: meaning, speaking, and thinking.”

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a. dialogue
b. rhetoric
c. organism
d. learning

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Each newly born human being enters a ____ that has been shaped by those born previously and is
continually reshaped by each new generation. (Perry & Perry, 2003)

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a. real world
b. social world
c. natural world
d. crippled world

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Parsons doctoral dissertation was entitled ____ with his main focus on the work of Werner Sombart
and Max Weber.

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a. On the Genealogy of Morals
b. The Art of War
c. The Concept of Capitalism in the Recent German Literature
d. The Concept of Monetary Displace

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Behaviorist approaches tend to focus more on the empirical or outward observation of the subjects.

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a. True
b. False

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“Simply put, structuralism is understanding human culture and elements in terms of their relationship
with a larger, overarching system.”

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a. True
b. False

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Talcott Parsons was greatly influenced by which thinker:

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a. Aristocles
b. Samson McGregor
c. Jean-Paul Sartre
d. Vilfredo Pareto

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The term “symbolic interactionism” was coined by which of Mead’s students:

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a. Spencer Hawkes
b. Herbert Blumer
c. Harold Buchanan
d. Henri Thoreau

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“The history of linguistics is a branch of intellectual history, for it deals with the history of ideas –
ideas about language – and directly with language itself.”

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a. True
b. False
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It is a movement in psychology and philosophy that emphasized the outward behavioral aspects of
thought and dismissed the inward experiential, and sometimes the inner procedural, aspects as well.

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a. fundamentalism
b. essentialism
c. cataclysm
d. behaviorism

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His academic interests were broad, but he settled for ____ at the University of Vienna in 1873 and
obtained his degree in 1881.

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a. medicine
b. psychology
c. philosophy
d. law

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Freud places no emphasis on the sexual formation of an individual, and how rooting out these past
experiences in psychoanalysis will be a good form of treatment.

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a. False
b. True

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When Mead mentions the ‘taking the role of the other,’ he implies that through language, human
persons could interpret the _____ of the individual he is communicating with.

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symbolic nature
b. hidden message
c. signs and symbols
d. complex ideas

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Private property is replaced with ____, and man becomes friend once more to fellow man. It is in a
communist setting, Marx envisions, that society will flourish.

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a. joint custody
b. military possession
c. common ownership
d. proper distribution

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Which of the following is NOT a communist country?

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a. Vietnam
b. Laos
c. Russian Federation
d. People’s Republic of China

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Freud was a mentor to two other major psychologists:

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a. James and Franco
b. Adler and Jung
c. Marx and Lenin
d. May and Bellini

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This consists in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing,
and modification of hypotheses.

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a. Linguistic Analysis
b. Scientific Method
c. Statistics
d. Laboratory Experimentation

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Behaviorist approaches tend to focus more on the empirical or outward observation of the subjects.

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a. True
b. False

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This consists in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing,
and modification of hypotheses.

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a. Statistics
b. Laboratory Experimentation
Scientific Method
d. Linguistic Analysis

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The very basic principle of the id is to attain pleasure and avoid pain.

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a. True
b. False

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Economics comes from the Greek ta oikonomika meaning “____“ Oikonomika itself comes from the
Greek word oikos meaning --- or ---).
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a. science of the factory
b. science of the domain
c. structure of the home
d. science of the household

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This is what makes social science a science.

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a. structure and internal organization
b. none of the choices
c. all of the choices
d. parallel words
e. focus on society

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Social science is the study of ____.

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a. society and cultural influences
b. society and human behavior
c. mind and human behavior
d. human behavior and politics
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It is a source of motivation that encompasses sexual energy.

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a. confidence
b. happiness
c. libido
d. friends

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It includes a person’s moral code, the main concern being whether action is good or bad, right or
wrong. It represents the ideal rather than the real, and strives not for pleasure but for perfection. The
rewards are feelings of pride and self-love; the punishments are feelings of guilt and inferiority.”
(Corey, 2009)

Select one:
a. none of the choices
b. id
c. superego
d. ego

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Which of the following is NOT an example of natural science?

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a. political science
b. geology
c. biology
d. all of the choices
e. chemistry

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“The most concrete origin, however, can be found in Ancient China with the writings of Fan Li (also
known as Tao Zhu Gong) who wrote a _____ for businessmen. (Wang, 2012)

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a. book
b. golden laws for businessmen
c. law of Chinese trade
d. novel

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Geography is concerned with:

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a. structure of the planet earth
b. the population
c. rocks and sediments
d. human behavior and politics

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The Natural Sciences are divided into two groups:

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a. rocket and physical science
b. physical and life science
c. life and death science
d. life and meteorological science

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Which aspect of society does social science concern itself with?

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a. literacy of the people
b. all aspects of society including human behavior
c. economic stature
d. influence of science

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Thought is based on language. While in a conversation, your mind is imagining or thinking about the
different points of view or meanings to what the other person is saying to you.

Select one:
a. False
b. True

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The following are disciplines of the humanities except:

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a. Geology
b. Literature
c. Political Science
d. History

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Which of these disciplines is part of the humanities?

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a. Economics
b. Biology
c. Philosophy
d. Psychology

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Science may be briefly defined as a method using a system of rational inquiry dependent on the
_____.

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a. careful analysis of data and statistics
b. system applied to it
c. empirical testing of facts
d. preference of the researcher

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“The Freudian view of human nature is basically ____. According to him, our behavior is determined
by irrational forces, unconscious motivations, biological and instinctual drives, as these evolve
through key psychosexual stages in the first six years of life. (Corey, 2009)

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a. weak
b. deterministic
c. demonstrative
d. altruistic

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What makes social sciences “social”?

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a. society as creating the science
b. society as its subject
c. none of the above
d. both choices