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Q1 ___________ is defined as the unequal distribution of attributes, qualities or possessions among members of a society that are usually regarded within that society as desireable and valuble
 
 
 
 

Q2 ___________ is sometimes referred to as ‘body language “but this is misleading, because we characteristically use such non-verbal class to eliminate, amplify or expand on what is being saud in words
 
 
 
 

Q3 _____________ involves numerous forms of non-verbal communication of the exchange of information and eaning through facial expresssions, gestures or movement of the body
 
 
 
 

Q4 Children who have positive self-esteem are usually less _________ and more tolerant of others
 
 
 
 

Q5 ___________ is defined as the “interactions and relationships ” that exists between/or among people in everyday life
 
 
 
 

Q6 _____ has been described as any set of institutions used beliefs and practices that deal with the ultimate meaning of life
 
 
 
 

Q7 _________ is a religious organization that accepts the legitimacy of other religion but has a negative relationship to society
 
 
 
 

Q8 Generally speaking, __________ are less exclusive than sects, more tolerant of diversity of religion belief, less demanding of their members, more formal in liturgy and more demanding in professional requirements for religious functionaries
 
 
 
 

Q9 ___________ is a religious organisation that asserts its unique legitimacy but stands apart from society.
 
 
 
 

Q10 ___________ refers to a religious organisation that calims unique legitimacy and has a positive relationship to society
 
 
 
 

Q11 ___________ are concrete embodiments of values, ideas, judgements, longings and beliefs
 
 
 
 

Q12 ______________ affirm the existence of a divine or supernatural order, define its character and purposes and explain the role humans play in that order
 
 
 
 

Q13 _________ is defined as a set of beliefs, symbols and practices ((for example, rituals) which is based on the idea of the sacred and which unites believers into a socio-religious community
 
 
 
 

Q14 __________ ( a school of thought in sociology) holds that social stratification is an inevitable and necessary element of modern societies
 
 
 
 

Q15 ___________ is one of the ways in which human societies distribute their members in the available social positions
 
 
 
 

Q16 ___________ can be expressed as meaning the divisions of every human society into distinctive social roles and functions, based upon both inherited and acquired differences
 
 
 
 

Q17 A very ___________ is one that demonstrates strong bonds of loyalty within its memebrship and strict adherence to the established norms of the group
 
 
 
 

Q18 An ___________ thus refers to inter-group relations. It is a relationship of “we and they”
 
 
 
 

Q19 An ____________ is characterised by a “we feeling”. A person has loyalty to this group and makes sacrifices to retain his membershp and to maintian the continuity and strength of the group
 
 
 
 

Q20 According to _________ ,a team is more than just a group with a common aim. It is a “group in which the contribution of individuals are seen as complementary.
 
 
 
 

Q21 ________ is the extent to which to the group members develop strong ties to each other and to the group as a whole
 
 
 
 

Q22 “Formal” or _____ are groups forming a pair of the organizational structure established by management to see to the smooth running of the organization
 
 
 
 

Q23 _________ is the next stage, when all hell breaks loose and the leaders are lynched factions formed, personalities clash, no one concedes a simple point without first fighting tooth and nail
 
 
 
 

Q24 ________ is the stage when the group first comes together. Everything is very polite and very dull.
 
 
 
 

Q25 _________ defines a group as any number of people who interact with one another and perceive themselves to a group
 
 
 
 

Q26 _______ has been considered by social scientists as indicating an organization in which individuals and relationships are ordered with reference to the goals of the society concerned
 
 
 
 

Q27 The________ theory, proposed that both the characteristics of the individuals and the situation in which the group found itself, accounted for who would become the leader
 
 
 
 

Q28 __________ is a dynamic process at work in a group whereby one individual over a particular perod of time, and in a particular organisaional context, influences freely to the acheivement of groups tasks or goals”
 
 
 
 

Q29 _________ identified three main sources of political legitmacy i.e traditional, charismatic, and rational- legal authority
 
 
 
 

Q30 One of the central functions of political institutions is to the ways in which power is exercised in a society
 
 
 
 

Q31 ______ has been identified as meaning of legitimate use of power. It is depended on agreement that cerain uses of power are valid and justified
 
 
 
 

Q32 ______ is the capability of using physical force to achieve influence
 
 
 
 

Q33 ________ has been seen as the ability to ensure compliance despite resistance from the individual involved.
 
 
 
 

Q34 ________ occurs in response to the commision of deviant acts and is influential in how those acts and the actors are seen by others
 
 
 
 

Q35 _______ is seen as non-conformity to a given norm or set of norms, which are accepted by a significant number of people in commuity or society
 
 
 
 

Q36 ________ is defined as behaviour which follows the established norms of a group or society
 
 
 
 

Q37 _________ is another important agent of socialization for a child I.e friends in the neighbourhood, church/mosque and other important places
 
 
 
 

Q38 __________ are the most important socializing agents for the child at the very early stages of his development
 
 
 
 

Q39 By definition, ________ is an interactional process in which an individual’s behaviour and attitude are modified to confirm with the members’s expectation of the groups to which he or she belongs
 
 
 
 

Q40 _________ into society involves being socialised into various sub-groups within the society e.g family, school, peer groups association, workplace etc
 
 
 
 

Q41 __________ are often associated with religion. They refer to those things that we hold to be time
 
 
 
 

Q42 _________ are rules that govern behaviour, expectations we hold for how to behave in a given situations
 
 
 
 

Q43 _______ refers to shared consensual and learned pattern of the behaviour
 
 
 
 

Q44 Marriage is traditionally conceived to be legally recognised relationship between an adult male and female, that carries certain rights and _______
 
 
 
 

Q45 The concept of family has been expressed to mean a social group characterised by common residence, _____ and reproduction
 
 
 
 

Q46 Husband and wife have the right of ____ to each other and in most societies there are rules forbiden or limiting sexual activities outside marriage
 
 
 
 

Q47 ____________ family consists of two or more nuclear families
 
 
 
 

Q48 The family is a social group characterised by common residence, economic cooperation and __________
 
 
 
 

Q49 From his analysis of 250 societies, ________ argues that the family performs four basic functions in all societies, which he terms the sexual, reproductive, economic and educational
 
 
 
 

Q50 The physical well-being of the family has to do with food, clothes and shelter
 
 
 
 

Q51 _________ is a referred to as one man one wife, that is, a man is said to have only one wife as a legal wife and no other one
 
 
 
 

Q52 ________ is a type of family practice where a man is married to more than one wife.
 
 
 
 

Q53 __________ defined the family as a social group characterised by common residence, economic cooperation and reproduction
 
 
 
 

Q54 __________ is a method of systemaically collection of data from people about their behaviour, attitudes and beliefs
 
 
 
 

Q55 Mechanical solidarity (characteristics of pre-industrial societies) was said to be based on ________ and identity between people
 
 
 
 

Q56 _________ was one of the founding fathers of sociology whose work has bee a social influence on the study of sociology
 
 
 
 

Q57 Sociologists are primarily interested in areas where social structure and ______ intersect
 
 
 
 

Q58 Sociologists focus on roles on the __________ and attitudes that are characteristics of people in a given social position or situation regardless of their individual personalities
 
 
 
 

Q59 Psychologists study the workings of the nervous system and the effects of _________, hormones or stress on individuals
 
 
 
 

Q60 Sociology is the _________ study of the groups and societies in which people live, how social structures and cultures are created and maintained or changed and how they affect our behaviour
 
 
 
 

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