CUET 2023 Sociology Chapter 5 – Patterns of Social Inequality and Exclusion MCQ Question and Answers – MCQs for Practice by Meenu Saini | May 26, 2022 | General | 0 comments Sociology Chapter 5 – Patterns of Social Inequality and Exclusion MCQ Question Answers for CUET 2023 1. Question a.A is false and R is trueb.Both A and R are true but R is NOT the correct explanation of Ac.A is true but R is falsed.Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A Loading... 2. These social resources can be divided into three forms of capital - economic capital in the form of material assets and income; cultural capital such as educational qualifications and status; and in the form of networks of contacts and social associations.a.Financial capitalb.None of thesec.Political capitald.Social capital Loading... 3. Which of the following is the form of capital of social resources?a.Cultural capitalb.All of thesec.Economic capitald.Social capital Loading... 4. Who argued that the invisibility of the disabled can be compared to the protagonist of the book 'Invisible Man’?a.Anita Ghaib.Ralph Ellisonc.Tarabai Shinded.Daya Pawar Loading... 5. When was Untouchability Offence Act passed?a.1955b.1957c.1956d.1958 Loading... 6. Which of the following is NOT a feature central to the public perception of disability'?a.None of the aboveb.Disability is linked with the disabled individual's self-perceptionc.The very idea of disability suggests that they are in need of helpd.Disability is biologically given Loading... 7. In addition to political justice, the Indian Constitution also seeks to ensure two other kinds of justice. These are:a.Social justiceb.None of the abovec.Both a and bd.Economic justice Loading... 8. Which of the following is true regarding discrimination?a.In order for a person to discriminate, he or she must hold prejudicial attitudes.b.Discrimination is an action.c.Discrimination is not a form of racism.d.None of the above Loading... 9. Which of the following statements is true about untouchability?a.Untouchability may also involve forced inclusion in a subordinated role.b.The three dimensions of untouchability are exclusion, humiliation-subordination and exploitationc.Both the statements (a) and (b) are correct.d.Untouchability is found only in certain parts of India. Loading... 10. ___are believed to be people of forest.a.Janab.Disabledc.Womend.Untouchables Loading... 11. Which commission was made by government, related to backward classes?a.Verma commissionb.Nanavati commissionc.Mukherjee commissiond.Mandal commission Loading... 12. Question a.Both A and R are true but R is NOT the correct explanation of Ab.A is true but R is falsec.Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of Ad.A is false and R is true Loading... 13. Like the category of the tribe, the OBCs are defined_____ by what_____a.Empirically, is observedb.None of the abovec.Negatively, they are notd.Positively, they are Loading... 14. Stereotypes fix whole groups into single,_____ categories : they refuse to recognise the _____ across individuals and across contexts or across time.a.Diverse, similaritiesb.Broad, similaritiesc.Homogenous, variationd.Heterogenous, similarities Loading... 15. Which class is backward according to Constitution?a.Religious minority classesb.Those who don't have moneyc.Untouchable groupsd.Those who are backward Socially and educationally Loading... 16. The sociological perspective on racea.Begins with the assumption that races are based on easily classified differencesb.Considers race a social construct, not an absolutec.Both (a) and (b)d.Neither (a) nor (b) Loading... 17. The coexistence of diverse groups is calleda.Diversityb.Societyc.Inequalitiesd.Pluralism Loading... 18. Which of the following is not true about the tribal population in India?a.They have been alienated from their resourcesb.They are marked by poverty, powerlessness and social stigmac.Their ecological isolation is absoluted.Many tribal groups have been waging struggles against outsiders Loading... 19. What should be done to uplift the Harijans?a.Caste system should be abolishedb.Disabilities should be eradicatedc.All of thesed.Lower occupations should be stopped Loading... 20. Adivasis and their struggles are different from the Dalit struggle because:a.Adivasis were concentrated in contiguous areas and could demand statehoodb.They did not face social exclusion like the dalitsc.Their social and economic conditions were better than the Dalitsd.They were not discriminated against like the Dalits Loading... Loading... Also See : Sociology Chapter 1 – Introducing Indian Society MCQs Sociology Chapter 2 – The Demographic Structure of Indian Society MCQs Sociology Chapter 3 – Social Institutions MCQs Sociology Chapter 4 – The Market as Social Institution MCQs Sociology Chapter 6 – The Challenges Of Cultural Diversity MCQs Sociology Chapter 8 – Structural change MCQs Sociology Chapter 9 – Structural change MCQs Sociology Chapter 10 – The Story of Indian Democracy MCQs Sociology Chapter 11 – Change and Development in Rural Society MCQs Sociology Chapter 12 – Change and development in Industrial Society MCQs Sociology Chapter 13 – Globalization and Social Culture MCQs Sociology Chapter 14 – Mass Media and Communication MCQs Sociology Chapter 15 – Social Movements MCQs Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.