NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Sociology (Paper-II): Questions 322 - 324 of 632

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Question 322

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In the context of the caste system, Yogendra Singh has evolved a four-fold typology: structural universalistic, structural particularistic, cultural universalistic and cultural particularistic. What is this typology about?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The different ways in which inter-caste relations have been codified in scriptures

b.

The evolution of caste over the history of Indian civilization

c.

The various manifestations of the caste system across the country

d.

The various ways in which the caste system has been conceptualized by sociologists

Question 323

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For Marx, this condition arises because of the mechanical mode of capitalist production. For Weber, this condition is a result of the increased bureaucratization and rationalization of modern society.

Which sociological concept?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Alienation

b.

Exploitation

c.

Class consciousness

d.

Formalization

Question 324

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Althusser՚s Structural Marxism considered being anti-humanistic because:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

It considers capitalism to be a force beyond conscious human control

b.

It believes that historical and economic processes are the cause of social change, not the will of individual humans

c.

It aimed to liberate only the working class, not all of humanity

d.

It refuses to acknowledge the superiority of humans over other forms of life

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