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  • Q1

    It refers to the totality of what man haslearned as a member of society.

    d. Psychology

    a. Sociology

    b. anthropology

    c.  Culture

  • Q2

    These consist of tangible things such as technological tools, architectural, structures, fashion and accessories, and food.

    b. Basic Culture

    d. Commercial culture

    a. Material Culture

    c. Non-material culture

  • Q3

    It is the perception of individuals to accept reality.

    b. Beliefs

    a. Outlook

    c. Knowledge

    d. Folkways

  • Q4

    These are customary patterns of everyday life that specify what is socially correct and proper in everyday life.

    c. Folkways

    b. Norms

    a. Mores             

    d. Laws

  • Q5

    The totality of social organization includes the social structure and system.

    b. community

    d. social organization

    a. tribe 

    c. society

  • Q6

    It refers to the stable pattern and configuration of social relationships and social interactions in society.

    d. social organization

    c. social system

    b. social reality

    a. social structure

  • Q7

    It is the scientific study of patterned, shared human behavior.

    d. history

    c. sociology

    b. psychology

    a. anthropology

  • Q8

    The following are examples of material culture EXCEPT

    d. customs

    a. tools

    c. dwelling units

    b. weapons

  • Q9

    These are guides or models of behavior that tell us what is proper and which is appropriate or inappropriate, right or wrong.

    c. beliefs

    a. folkways

    d. laws

    b. norms

  • Q10

    These are customary patterns of everyday life that specify what is socially correct and proper.

    a. mores

    d. folkways

    b. norms

    c. laws

  • Q11

    They embody the code of ethics and standards of morality in society.

    c. folkways

    a. mores

    d. fads

    b. norms

  • Q12

    They represent the standards we use to evaluate the desirability of things. 

    d. mores

    b. values

    a. fads  

    c. laws

  • Q13

    The following statements are characteristics of culture EXCEPT

    b. It is deliberated and enacted

    c. It is shared and transmitted

    d. It gratifies human needs

    a. It is learned and acquired

  • Q14

    This arises from the fact that cultures differ and each culture defines reality differently.

    b. relativism

    c. ethnocentrism

    d. imitation

    a. indoctrination

  • Q15

    The following are four principal ways of cultural adaptation EXCEPT

    d. parallelism

    a. ethnocentrism

    c. fission

    b. convergence


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