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Refers to defined standards of desirability, goodness, and beauty which serve as broad guideline for social being.
a) A. Values b) B. Norms c) C. Folkways d)
Costumary behavior patterns or folkways which have taken a moralistic value.
a) A. Laws b) B. Mores c) C. Rituals d)
The linguistic relativity hypothesis asserts that language determines thought and therefore culture.
a) A. Leslie White b) B. Allan Johnson c) C. Edward Sapir d)
Education must contribute to the all-around development of each individual.
a) A. Delors report b) B. Edward Faure c) C. Delors commission d)
Education means reaching out to embrace the whole of society and the entire lifespan of the individual.
a) A. Delors report b) B. Edward Faure c) C. Delors commission d)
Those who stand above others because of their superior knowledge and reasoning abilities.
a) A. Charisma b) B. Status culture c) C. Cultivated individuals d)
Emphasizes the social order, stability and social regulation.
a) A. Consensus theory b) B. Conflict theory c) C. Consensus and conflict d)
Focuses on the straggle of social classes to maintain dominance and power.
a) Max Weber b) Dahrendorf c) Karl Marx d) Piaget
Argues that schools teach and maintain particular “status culture”
a) A. Max Weber b) B. Dahrendorf c) C. Karl Marx d)
The major exponent of the position that society has two faces (consensus and conflict)
a) Max Weber b) Dahrendorf c) Karl Marx d) Piaget
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