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1

Gender roles and statuses are acquired in early life through:
a) Play-acting roles that are gender-specific
b) Economic processes that define identities
c) Biological changes that are obvious
d) Mass media outlets

a) Play-acting roles that are gender-specific

2

Sexuality and gender are
a) Objects
b) Modes of being
c) Material things
d) Imaginary with no basis in fact

b) Modes of being

3

Difference between personality and personhood
a) Personality is social, personhood is individual
b) Both are individual
c) Personality is individual, personhood is social
d) Both are social

c) Personality is individual, personhood is social

4

Personalism, as a cultural theme and script, refers to:
a) The emphasis on family in daily life
b) The emphasis on economic well-being in daily life
c) The emphasis on personal relationships in daily life
d) The emphasis on responsibility for the younger generations in daily life

c) The emphasis on personal relationships in daily life

5

Familism refers to:
a) The emphasis on family in daily life
b) The emphasis on economic well-being in daily life
c) The emphasis on personal relationships in daily life
d) The emphasis on responsibility for the younger generations in daily life

a) The emphasis on family in daily life

6

Culture is defined as
a) A set of shared and learned behaviors transmitted to a group of people through time
b) A set of shared and learned behaviors transmitted genetically
c) A set of shared and learned behaviors acquired from books
d) A set of shared and learned behaviors acquired through the internet

a) A set of shared and learned behaviors transmitted to a group of people through time

7

Culture helps a group survive, hence it is called
a) Maladaptive
b) Adaptive
c) Fluid
d) Static

b) Adaptive

8

If you are born into a group, the way of learning their ways is called
a) Acculturation
b) Themetization
c) Enculturation
d) Commercialization

c) Enculturation

9

Broad general patterns or ways of living taken for granted as normal
a) Political economy
b) Macro patterns
c) Cultural theme
d) Adaptive processes

c) Cultural theme

10

_______ enable us to behave, to see the world, and to react to it emotionally
a) Political economies
b) Micro patterns
c) Cultural scripts
d) Maladaptive processes

c) Cultural scripts

11

Roles are:
a) Expectations within a social network
b) Place within a social network
c) Seen within a social network
d) The essence of a social network

a) Expectations within a social network

12

Statuses are
a) Expectations within a social network
b) Place within a social network
c) Seen within a social network
d) The essence of a social network

b) Place within a social network

13

Cultural scripts are:
a) Absolute and is therefore not subject to change
b) Flexible and open for varying interpretation
c) Outside the cultural scope
d) Irrelevant to daily life

b) Flexible and open for varying interpretation

14

A polygynous family has
a) Many husbands, one wife
b) One husband, one wife
c) One husband, many wives
d) Many husbands, many wives

c) One husband, many wives

15

Kinship has to do with the
a) Conflicts people have with each other through blood, marriage, adoption or ritual
b) Roles that people play in everyday lives
c) Statuses that people occupy in everyday lives
d) Relationships people have with each other through blood, marriage, adoption or ritual

d) Relationships people have with each other through blood, marriage, adoption or ritual

16

Normality is understood in the context of
a) Biological processes
b) Theological pronouncements
c) Political economy
d) Social organization

d) Social organization

17

The process of blowing off steam and thus relieving stress and tension is known as
a) Controlled normality
b) Uncontrolled normality
c) Controlled abnormality
d) Uncontrolled abnormality

c) Controlled abnormality

18

The ways in which roles and statuses are played out according to one’s sex and gender are known as
a) Political economy
b) Macro patterns
c) Sexual scripts
d) Adaptive processes

c) Sexual scripts

19

The entry of women in workforce has caused:
a) Liberation from domestic duties
b) Additional professional work to household work
c) No impact at all to women’s work
d) No impact at all to professional duties

b) Additional professional work to household work

20

Gender refers to
a) Biological dimorphism
b) The act of sex
c) Roles, statuses, and scripts ascribed to one’s sex
d) NOTA

c) Roles, statuses, and scripts ascribed to one’s sex