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Control Sociology. Stages of development of Russian sociology and its main directions

The paper examines the stages of development of Russian sociology and its main directions, provides answers to 10 test questions.

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1. Theoretical question. Stages of development of Russian sociology and its main directions

2. Test tasks
2.1. Find the correct answer from the four suggested ones.

What is the subject of sociology:

A) Society.

B) Social conditionality of phenomena.

C) a person.

D) social groups.

2.2. Who is the author of the concept of sociological imagination:

A) Jean Baudrillard.

B) Charles Wright Mills.

C) Emil Durkheim.

D) Pitirim Sorokin.

2.3. Which of the following statements about values is incorrect:

A) conflicts between values contribute to social change;

B) values change as social circumstances change;

C) all values of the group or society must be consistent with each other;

D) values reflect simple everyday activities, such as shopping or children's games.

2.4. What type of paradigms does phenomenological sociology belong to?:

A) macrosociological.

B) microsociological.

C) integrative.

2.5. What does the concept of "sampling" mean in sociology?

A) selection of the part of the population to be surveyed.

B) the sociologist's choice of the problem under study.

C) the choice of goals and objectives of sociological research.

D) the choice of the method of sociological research.

2.6. What does the concept of "social control" mean in sociology?

A) supervision of the company by the state.

B) suppression of dissent in society.

C) the mechanism of self-regulation in social systems.

D) comprehensive dependence of people on mass communication media.

2.7. Establish a correspondence between the names of social groups and their characteristics:

Names:

1) formal group

2) reference group

3) small group

The characteristics of the group:

A) a small group of individuals who are united by a common activity and are in direct stable communication.

small group

B) a social group whose members occupy a certain position and perform strictly defined functions in accordance with the official rules of the organization and social institutions.

formal group

C) a group that is a model, a standard for an individual or other social groups.

reference group

The answer: 1) corresponds to B, 2) corresponds to C, 3) corresponds to A.

2.8. Find the correct answer from the four suggested ones.

Which social institution is most important for primary socialization:

A) School;

B) the army;

C) family;

D) peers.

2.9. The sequence of actions that give a certain emotional coloring to the most significant events in a person's life is:

A) the norm.

B) ritual.

C) tradition.

D) custom.

2.10. Which of these trends relates to globalization?

(A) The development of nation-States.

B) development of mass culture.

C) expansion of industrial production.

D) development of transnational corporations.

References

Absent

1. Sociology: A Textbook / M. V. Udaltsova, T. V. Popkova, A. A. Bulygina et al. – Novosibirsk, ngaeiu, 2008

2. Toshchenko J. T. On the conceptual apparatus of sociology / / SOCIS, 2003, No. 3, pp. 3-16.

3. Frolov S. S. Sociology: Textbook for higher educational institutions. M: Logos, 2006

4. Kharcheva V. G. Fundamentals of sociology: textbook / V. G. Kharcheva. Moscow: knorus Logos, 2009


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