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41. Position occupied by someone in society is recognized as his
(A) Status
(B) Post
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

42. Things used to identify one’s social status are called
(A) Status determinants
(B) Social indignation
(C) Status symbols
(D) None of these

43. The behavior attached to social status is described as
(A) Role
(B) Performance
(C) Duties
(D) None of these

44. People of society who share commonness in several things form
(A) Cluster
(B) Gathering
(C) Group
(D) None of these

45. Social integration is level to which members of a society feel
(A) United
(B) Alienated
(C) Separated
(D) None of these

46. Specifying a task for a person is
(A) Social integration
(B) Social alienation
(C) Division of labor
(D) None of these

47. Stereotype is an
(A) Habit
(B) Assumption
(C) Custom
(D) None of these

48. Stereotype is an assumption that is
(A) Always true
(B) Always false
(C) Either true or false
(D) None of these

49. Collaboration of two or more people in a work is called
(A) Teamwork
(B) Division of labor
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

50. Dyad is
(A) Social custom
(B) Norm
(C) The smallest possible group
(D) The largest possible group