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801. Commonly used measure of variability whose size indicates the dispersion of a distribution is: .

  1. Standard deviation
  2. Standard score
  3. Co-efficient of variation
  4. Variance

802. Population change is mainly based on:

  1. Fertility  and  Mortality
  2. Fertility  and  migration
  3. Mortality  and  migration
  4. Fertility,  Mortality  and migration

803. The infant mortality level in Pakistan is around:

  1. 10
  2. 25
  3. 60
  4. 160
  5. None of these

804.  Demography is a scientific study of human population with respect to:

  1. Structure of population
  2. Composition of population
  3. Size, structure and composition of population
  4. None of these

805. Dispersion and Variation can be examined through calculating:

  1. Mean
  2. Standard deviation
  3. Correlation Co-efficient
  4. Regression Co-efficient
  5. None of these

806.  How many people in Pakistan are living below .poverty line, around:

  1. 10 percent
  2.  20 percent
  3. 32 percent
  4. 58 percent
  5. None of these

806.  How many people in Pakistan are living below .poverty line, around:

  1. 10 percent
  2.  20 percent
  3. 32 percent
  4. 58 percent

807.  Norms and values are components of:

  1. Society
  2. Religion

808. Any method of data collection that directly removes the researcher from research site

  1. Erosion measure
  2. Accretion measure
  3. Unobtrusive measure
  4.  None of these

809. Commonly used measure of variability whose size indicates the dispersion of a distribution is: .

  1. Standard deviation
  2. Standard score
  3. Co-efficient of variation
  4. Variance

810. In sample selection a threat that occurs when individuals have been assigned to the experimental group on the basis of their extreme score on dependent variable is

  1. Experimental mortality
  2. Regression artifact
  3. Maturation
  4. None of these

811. An overall scheme of scientific activities in which scientists engage in order to produce knowledge is a:

  1. Research process
  2. Research model
  3. Research methodology
  4. Research design

812. When there is an inherent causal link between dependent and independent variables, the relationship is:

  1. Non-spurious
  2. significant relationship
  3. Spurious
  4. None of these

813. Questions that are relevant to some respondents, may be irrelevant to others are known as:

  1. Double barreled questions
  2. Leading questions
  3. Contingency questions
  4. Matrix questions

814. Stratified sample falls under:

  1. Probability sampling design
  2. Non probability sampling
  3. Multi-stage sample design
  4. None of these

815. Egoistic, the special type of stupid presented by Emile Durkheim, springing from:

  1. Excessive reregulation
  2. Excessive individualism
  3. over integration with group
  4. None of these

816. To Simmer, a mean of maintaining or increasing integration within groups is:

  1. Co-operation
  2. Competition
  3. Coercion
  4. Conflict

817. Sociology is introduced as an academic discipline by:

  1. Ibn-e-Kaduna
  2. August Conte
  3. George Simmer
  4. Herbert Spencer

818. Society as a complex organization of parts that functions to fulfill the requirement a..’1d promote the needs of the whole, is a concept of:

  1. Structural Functionalism
  2. Interaction School of thought
  3. Phenomology
  4. None of these

819. The concepts of “Protestant” and “Bourgeoisie” were presented by:

  1. Talca parson
  2. Karl Marx
  3. Max Weber
  4. Emile Durkheim

820. In “The Division of Labor in Society”, Emile Durkheim presented the idea of:

Mechanical & organic solidarity

  1. Social & psychological! solidarity
  2. Physical & social solidarity
  3.  Psychological & mechanical.: solidarity
  4. None of these

821. A large kinship group whose members inhibit one geographical area and believe the: are descendent from a common ancestor is known as:

  1. clan
  2. Tribe
  3. Class
  4. None of these
  5. Kin group

822. The process by which cultural traits spread from one group or society to another is called:

  1. Fork   
  2. Counter culture
  3. Cultural complexes
  4. None of these

823. The phenomena when educated and highly skilled people emigrate to a new country, their home country loses, is referred as:

  1. Chain migration
  2. Life-time migration
  3. Brain Drain
  4. Mover
  5. None of these

824. A social condition in which values are conflicting, weak or absent is called:

  1. Assimilation
  2. Hawthorne effect
  3. invasion
  4. Anomie
  5. None of these

825.  Etnocentricism means:

A.  Evaluating other cultures with the Yardstick of your own values.

B.   Taking other nations as good as your own one but disowned

C. No other society is like yours and your society or group is superior to others.

 D. None of these.

 826.  Social facts have thier independent existence and must be studied likewise. Who remarked above when discussing scientific method:

  1. Ibn-i-Khaldun
  2. Emile Durkhiem
  3. August Comte
  4. None of These

827. An exploratory research design the major focus is on:

  1. Experimentation
  2. Hypothesis testing
  3. Profile development and description
  4. None of these

828.  Diffusion of innovations among cultures means:

  1. Traveling of traits and patterns in space/territory
  2. Transmission of trait complexes in time.
  3. Both a and b
  4. None of these

829.  Social institutions are ;

  1. God-given and cannot be changed
  2. Buildings and people who operate there
  3. Consultation of folkways and mores around some important functions(s) of society.
  4. None of these.

830. A counter culture:

  1. Has to be against the existing cultural ethos/values
  2. May not be against the existing cultural ethos/values
  3. If different from the existing culture may never succeed to survive
  4. None of these.

831. Family Laws Ordinance was passed for the first time in:

  1. 1961
  2. 1973
  3. 1985
  4. None of these.

832. Demographic Transition exhibits:

  1. High birth rate and low death rate in its first phase
  2. high death rate and low birth rate in its first phase.
  3. High birth rate and high death rate in its first phase.
  4. None of these.

833. As a consequence of rural urban migration:

  1. more and more urbanization is talking place successfully
  2. realization of urban areas is talking place
  3. realization of urban areas and ribbon growth seem to be the result
  4. None of these

834. In a patriarchal family the major decision are taken by the:

  1. Old men and women
  2. The male or female head of the family
  3. The male head of the family who wields all powers
  4. None of these.

835.  Socio biologists believe that?

  1. biology being the major constraints does not allow any change in human nature hence socialization does not change much of human individual
  2. nature.
  3. Individual is the product of social group within which he is socialized
  4. The-nature controversy has ended in favor of nurture and the bio-sociologists have failed to promote their thesis.
  5. None of these

836. A double-barrel question has the potential of having:

  1. Two acceptable responses/answers
  2. Two answers but incompatible with each other
  3. Both (a) and (b)
  4. None of these .

837. Those who cannot compete have no right for higher learning and must be refused accordingly who believed in the above thesis?

  1. August comets
  2. Spencer
  3. Karl max
  4. None of these

838. Whose theorizing social change is depicted/comes closer to Iqbal’s verse

  1. “AA tugh ko baton main taqdeer imams kea hay shams her w sane away taboos w rabbi achier”
  2. Karl- Marx
  3. Ibn-i-Khaldun
  4. George Hegel
  5. None of these.

839. The lowest density of population per square kilometer is found in:

  1. Singh
  2. N.W.F.P
  3. (c)Baluchistan
  4. (d) None of these

840. Alteration is the state of affairs in which:

  1. the society has no norms and if there are any nobody follows the
  2. the individual has no claim over the product that he has finished
  3. the worker is least emotionally related to the product that he develops, the co-workers and the work environment.

841. The rate of return for a mailed questionnaire is usually:

  1. very high
  2. very low
  3. it can be both a and b
  4. None of these

842. According to Emile Durkhiem the Mechanical Solidarity is based on:

  1. blood relations and neighborhood
  2. division of labor and specialization
  3. The contribution individuals make to each other
  4. None of these

843. Cultural Shock is caused by:

  1. Playing is different role and getting role strain
  2. finding values, norms and customs against ones cultural socialization usually opposite to what one has been socialized in and they turn out to
  3. be dysfunctional.
  4. Both (a) and (b)
  5. None of these

844.  Standard deviation in statistics is the measure that indicates in essence the  

  1. Central tendency
  2. Spread of the sample means/values
  3. Both (a) and (b)
  4. None of these

845. Human and animal societies share all but one of the following characteristics:

  1. Population and common territory
  2. Shared beliefs and collective destiny
  3. Both sexes and all ages
  4. None of these

846. The essential function of punishment in society is:

  1. Reform
  2. Revenge
  3. Affirmation of moral standards
  4. None of these

847. The most pervasive of the social processes are:

  1. Cooperation
  2. Overt Conflict
  3. Competition
  4. None of these

848. One of the following is alien to the concept of culture:

Religious ritual


Idealized ways of thinking and doing

None of these

849. A human  being  deprived  of  all  communication  with  other  humans  from  birth  would  lack  all  but  one  of  the followings:

  1. Rudimentary personality
  2. Self
  3. Language
  4. None of these

850. Abstract sentiments are :

  1. Closer to center of self than moral rules
  2. Provide a focus for allegiance
  3. Are compellers of action
  4. None of these