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Samar Colleges, Inc.

Catbalogan City
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

FINAL EXAMINATION

Name: ___________________________________________________________ Course & Year: ______________


ID Number: _______________________________________________________Time: ______________________

Test I. Matching Type


Direction: Match the term in column A with the statement in column B. Write the letter of the correct answer before the
number (2pts each). STRICLTY NO ERASURE

TERM STATEMENT

1. PG/53 a. regulates the spacing of births and help subfertile couples beget
2. Douche b. voluntary and total abstinence from any sexual contact
3. Rhythm c. determines the fertility of a woman by use of saliva/uterine mucus
4. Tubal ligation d. study of population distribution and sizes
5. Sterilization e. periodic head count of the entire population
6. Diaphragm f. performs by tying or cutting fallopian tube of women
7. Norplant g. prevents cystic growth in the breast if use continuously
8. Spermicides h. chemical contraceptives that immobilize the sperm after entry
9. Trisphasic pills i. tiny mechanical device inserted into the uterus
10. Intra-uterine device j. number of live births per 1,000 people in a population in given year
11. Family planning k. latest and most popular contraceptive in US and Europe
12. Noristerat l. contraceptive consisting of several capsules implanted under skin
13. Cervical caps m. injectable contraception administered every two months
14. Withdrawal n. inexpensive and free from religious objection and medical side effects
15. Celibacy o. permanent cutting or tying of fallopian tube or vas deferens
16. Vasectomy p. requires tremendous self-control and withdrawing during intercourse
17. Female condom q. washing away of sperm and semen in the womb w/ medicated solution
18. Demography r. shallow rubber cup designed to cover womb opening
19. Emigrants s. dome shape plastic made fit the cervix used with spermicides
20. Immigrants t. sterilization that cuts or ties the vas deferens
21. Positive checks u. total number of people in habiting particular geographic area
22. Population v. limit population growth such as hunger, disease and war
23. Census w. those who leave a country permanently
24. Growth rate x. average number of children born alive to any woman
25. Birth rate y. those who enter a country to establish permanent residence
z. difference between the number of births and deaths, immigrants and
emigrants

1. C, 2. Q 3. N 4. F 5. O 6. R 7. L 8. H 9.G 10. i 11. A 12. M 13. S 14. P 15. B 16. T 17. K 18. D 19. W 20. Y 21. V 22. U
23. E 24. Z 25. J
Test II. Multiple Choice
Direction: Read and analyze the statements below. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. STRICTLY NO ERASURE.
1. A political system that gives power to the people as a whole.
a. Communism c. Dictatorship
b. Democracy d. Federalism
2. It is the act of violence or the threat of such violence used as a political strategy by an individual or group.
a. Crime c. Terrorism
b. Revolution d. War
3. A form of social change that involves the transformation of the society from an agricultural to an industrial one.
a. Equilibrium c. Mass society
b. Modernization d. Social movement
4. Refers to significant alterations, modification or transformation in the organization, and operation of social life over time.
a. Modernity c. Social change
b. Individualization d. Human action
5. An analysis that explains politics in terms of the operation of the society’s economic system.
a. Pluralism
b. Marxist political economy model
c. Totalitarianism
d. Dehumanization

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6. He believed that power is created by capitalism.
a. Karl Marx c. Emile Durkheim
b. Jerome Brunner d. Abraham Maslow
7. It is based on the assumption that ones’ own way of life is superior to all others.
a. Subcultures c. Ethnocentrism
b. Countercultures d. Xenocentrism
8. Homeroom advisers always emphasize the importance of cleanliness of the body. Children are taught how to wash their
hands before and after eating. What is this practice called?
a. Folkways c. Mores
b. Laws d. Social norms
9. This are people who have close ties to a child and exert a strong influence on the child. Children pretend to be their
mother and father while they play.
a. Game stage c. Preparatory stage
b. Generalized others d. Significant others
10. Refers to rewards for appropriate behavior or penalties for inappropriate behavior.
a. Values c. Mores
b. Norms d. Sanctions
11. A carpenter becomes a plumber, or a social worker becomes a public school teacher that involves changing from one
occupation to another within the social class is known as:
a. Structural social mobility c. Horizontal mobility
b. Social mobility d. Vertical mobility
12. Earning a college degree, landing a higher paying job, or marrying someone who earns a high income contributes to
what social mobility?
a. Structural social mobility c. Horizontal mobility
b. Social mobility d. Vertical mobility
13. Jefferson, a varsity player of Samar College and Polytechnic Institute follow the goals and legitimate means of achieving
as a team captain of basketball league to compete with other intercollegiate match to bring the bacon and make the
institute proud. What societal explanation does Jefferson follow?
a. Anomie c. Strain theory
b. Conformity d. Innovation
14. He argued that most people learn in the process of growing up how to inhibit or productively channel their innate drives
toward pleasure and aggression.
a. Emile Durkheim c. William Sheldon
b. Sigmund Freud d. Charles Goring
15. What theory explain why unmarried teenage girls are more negatively sanctioned than the teenage biological fathers.
a. Labeling theory c. Social conflict theory
b. Structural strain theory d. Differential association theory
16. Gabriel went home immediately knowing that his wife is having an affair with another man. He found out that their having
a loathsome act. Knowing it he has the courage to take the gun out of his pocket but knowing that taking others’ lives
is a sin for fear of getting arrested, but because he considers ending another person’s life is wrong he’ll do it. What
social control does Gabriel act to?
a. Social context c. Internal social control
b. External social control d. Conformity
17. Darius believe that held values bonds the individuals to the rules of the larger society and reinforces the legitimacy of
the society known as:
a. Attachment c. Belief
b. Involvement d. Commitment
18. Who described criminals as having low foreheads, prominent jaws and cheekbones, big ears, lots of body hair, and
unusually long arms, which in a way certain people are born criminals.
a. Cesare Lombroso c. William Sheldon
b. Charles Goring d. Solomon Asch
19. It express expectations about how a particular person should behave, think, or feel in a specific situation.
a. Values c. Mores
b. Norms d. Sanctions
20. Which of the following terms below refers to the values, beliefs, behavior, and material objects that together form a
people’s way of life.
a. Culture c. Culture universal
b. Culture relativism d. Society
21. He is a pioneer in sociology of religion, published an influential book The Elementary Forms of Religious Life, no specific
belief or practice that they all shared.
a. Horace Mann c. Emile Durkheim
b. Abraham Maslow d. Thomas Rohlen
22. Refers to a central belief of karma, on a cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
a. Hinudism c. Theism.
b. Reincarnation d. Tracking

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23. First religion based on monotheism.
a. Christianity c. Buddhism
b. Judaism d. Hinduism
24. As people develop a stronger commitment to deviant behavior, they typically acquire a powerfully negative label that
greatly changes a person’s self-concept and social identity.
a. Income c. Power
b. Wealth d. Stigma
25. Refers to the expenditure of time and energy to conventional behavior.
a. Attachment c. Belief
b. Involvement d. Commitment
26. It is the medium number of years a person can be expected to live under current mortality conditions.
a. Life expectancy c. Vital statistics
b. Growth rate d. Total fertility rate
27. Focuses on classroom communication pattern and educational practices, such as labeling, that affect students’ self-
concept and aspirations.
a. Conflict theorists c. Symbolic interactionists
b. Interactionist perspectives d. Functionalist perspectives
28. Consequences of social life that are explicit, intended, and recognized.
a. Latent function c. Manifest function
b. Credentialism d. Functionalist theory
29. Social movement that aims at the violent overthrow of the existing government to establish another.
a. Terrorism c. War
b. Revolution d. Feminism
30. He believed that political institution must rest on a stable form of power for it to function and serve.
a. Karl Marx c. Thomas Morgan
b. Max Weber d. Abraham Maslow
31. A form of legitimate power where the power people grant others because they believe that those in power have the right
to command and they themselves have the duty to obey.
a. Authority c. Power
b. Influence d. Coercion
32. Is the belief that the products, styles, or ideas of one’s society are inferior to those that originate elsewhere.
a. Subcultures c. Ethnocentrism
b. Countercultures d. Xenocentrism
33. Is the process that teaches individuals to become functioning human beings who must fit into a number of groups and
be productive members of society.
a. Social structure c. Social institution
b. Socialization d. Sociocultural evolution
34. It is based on the application of scientific knowledge to the technology of production, enabling new energy sources to
be harnessed and permitting the machines to do the work that was previously done by people or animals.
a. Pastoralism c. Horticulture
b. Industrialism d. Agrarianism
35. Refers to the recurring patterns of behavior that people create through their interactions, their exchange of information,
and their relationships.
a. Social structure c. Social institution
b. Socialization d. Sociocultural evolution
36. What social bonds is a means of embracing conventional activities, and the more committed the individuals to
mainstream values and goals, they are less likely to become deviant.
a. Attachment c. Belief
b. Involvement d. Commitment
Test III. Enumeration
Direction: Enumerate the following. Encircle the letter of the correct answer.

A. GIVE AT LEAST 6 NOBLE EIGHTFOLD CONSISTENT (37-42)


a. Right occupation or living
b. Right of desire ceases
c. Right ecstasy
d. Right conduct
e. Right to suffering of existence
f. Right to gain entity
g. Right effort
h. Right contemplation
i. Right resolve

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B. GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF NEW FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM (43-46)
a. For better quality life
b. Strengthening the family
c. Service delivery
d. Informed choice
e. To better direct national services
f. Responsible parenthood
C. FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS (47-50)
a. Way to end desire is to follow eightfold path
b. Renounce carnal pleasure
c. Suffering ceases when desire cease
d. Pleasure is the desire to success
e. Existing is suffering
f. In humility there is power
g. The origin of suffering is desirable
h. The origin of suffering is undesirable

"If you wait too long for the perfect moment, the perfect moment will pass
you by." ~Author Unknown

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GOD BLESS & GOOD LUCK

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