601. Material and Non-material culture are_________________?
A. not related to each other
B. complementary
C. slightly related
D. None of these

602. Material Culture consists of_______________?
A. physical objects
B. Non-physical objects
C. Both a and b
D. None of these

603. Everything which is socially learned and shared is called______________?
A. society
B. Culture
C. behavior
D. None of these

604. The activity of measuring and explaining the size of populations is know as_______________?
A. Malthusianism
B. demography
C. forecasting
D. official statistics

605. The Bretton Woods institutions are_______________?
A. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank
B. The World Trade Organization and the World Bank
C. The international Monetary Fund and the World Health Organization
D. The United Nations and the World Trade Organization

606. The sequence of Rostow,s stages of economic growth are____________?
A. traditional take-off drive to maturity high mass consumption
B. traditional drive to maturity high mass consumption take-off
C. traditional state intervention high mass consumption take-off
D. traditional dependency modernization take-off

607. Which of these does not include income earned by individuals or corporations outside a country ?
A. Gross National Product
B. Gross Domestic Product
C. Purchasing Power Parity
D. Gross National Income

608. In demographic terms what is the main argument associated with Malthusianism ?
A. population growth creates the conditions for the spread of disease
B. all countries must pass through the demographic transition
C. population growth tends to outstrip food production
D. birth control is irrelevant for the control of population growth

609. What is the main role of the International Monetary Fund ?
A. to reduce levels of global inequality
B. to generate economic activity in the developing countries
C. to maintain stability in the world financial system
D. to provide funds for education programmed across the world

610. Which theorist is most associated with world-systems theory ?
A. Walt Rostow
B. Immanuel Waller-stein
C. Amartya Sen
D. none of the above