501. Which of the following influenced the theoretical approach known as symbolic interactionism ?
A. Georg Hegel
B. George Herbert Mead
C. Talcott Parsons
D. Ralf Dahrendof

502. Max Weber,s work made use of ideal types What are they ?
A. the most commonly found type of social organization
B. conceptual or analytical models of social phenomena
C. philosophical models of an ideal human society
D. models of society based on up to date statistical evidence

503. A rising suicide rate associated with normlessness and a lack of social regulation can be described as______________?
A. egoistic suicide
B. altruistic suicide
C. fatalistic suicide
D. anomic suicide

504. What did Auguste Comte mean by positivism in sociology ?
A. sociological research must contribute to a governments social policy
B. sociology should be optimistic about human achievements
C. sociology should make use of statistical evidence
D. sociology should adopt the same methods as the natural sciences

505. According to Emily Durkheim the mechanic solidarity is based on______________?
A. Blood relation and neighborhood
B. divine of labor and specialization
C. the contribution individuals make to each other
D. None of these

506. Those who cannot compete have on right for higher learning and must be refused accordingly who believed in the above thesis ?
A. Auguste Comte
B. Spencer
C. Karl Max
D. None of these

507. Which of these is most closely associated with Marx,s thinking ?
A. integration
B. conflict
C. social facts
D. consensus

508. Karl Marx,s view of the struggle between social classes inspired the contemporary ?
A. functionalist perspective
B. conflict perspective
C. interactionist perspective
D. dramaturgical approach

509. The concepts of protestant and Bourgeois were presented by_______________?
A. Talcat parson
B. Karl Marx
C. Max Weber
D. Emile Durkheim

510. Weber said that the spirit of capitalism could be traced back to_______________?
A. the movement towards religious pluralism
B. inspirational Protestant groups who revived religious ideas
C. new religious movements who rejected traditional forms of labor
D. Calvinists who engaged in ascetic practices to gain signs of salvation