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Question number: 66

» Methodology » Statistics in Social Research » Correlational Analysis

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Correlation indicates the degree of covariation between…………. . (June) (Paper 2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Quantitative variable

b.

One qualitative and one quantitative variable

c.

Qualitative variable

d.

Any combination of variables

Question number: 67

» Sociological Concepts » Nature of Sociology » Sociological Perspective

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According to whom, “Differences between natural and social sciences arise from cognitive intention of the investigator” (June) (Paper 2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Karl Mannheim

b.

Auguste Comte

c.

Max Weber

d.

Emile Durkhein

Question number: 68

» Sociology of Development » Liberal Theories of Underdevelopment » Max Weber

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Whose name is associated with interpretative sociology? (June) (Paper 2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

G. Simmel

b.

Karl Marx

c.

Max Weber

d.

T. Parsons

Question number: 69

» Sociological Concepts » Nature of Sociology » Sociological Perspective

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who has stated that the basic characteristics of human mind determine the possible varieties of social structure? (June) (Paper 2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

j. paul sartre

b.

G. P. Murdock

c.

C. Levi-Strauss

d.

S. F Nadel

Question number: 70

» Methodology » Statistics in Social Research » Measures of Dispersion

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The measures of dispersion show (June) (Paper 2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Degree of equality

b.

Degree of inequality

c.

None of the above

d.

All of the above

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