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51. By Penology we mean
(A) Studies of social structure
(B) Study of Punishments
(C) Alternative methods of social control
(D) None of these

52. Mills, C.Wright wrote the book
(A) White Collar
(B) The Language of Social Research
(C) Value in Social Theory
(D) None of these

53. The sex ratio is
(A) The number of women per hundred men
(B) The number of children a woman has
(C) The number of men per hundred women
(D) The number of children biologically possible for a woman

54. The term used to refer to the biological maximum number of birth is
(A) Sex ratio
(B) Fertilitys
(C) Fecundity
(D) Natural increase

55. From the stand point of its role in society, one of the great potential capability of religion is
(A) Lessening confusion by providing a system of beliefs
(B) Taking over the socialization process of children
(C) Strengthening the other institutions in society
(D) The promotion of group cohesion

56. Children assumed to have raised by animals are called
(A) Abnormal children
(B) Feral children
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

57. The case of ‘Jack & Oscar’ was helpful in studying
(A) Impact of environment on socialization
(B) Impact of hereditary on socialization
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

58. Children reared in special centers of care are
(A) Feral children
(B) Institutionalized children
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

59. A social position inherited by an individual is a status called
(A) Achieved Status
(B) Ascribed Status
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

60. A social position earned in life shapes
(A) Achieved Status
(B) Ascribed Status
(C) Both ‘a & b’
(D) None of these

 

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