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Strayer SOCIOLOGY 300 Week 11 Final Quiz

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1. Question : Women in Less Developed countries are concentrated in high wage paying occupations.




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2. Question : In India, husbands not wives pay dowries in marriage.




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3. Question : Latifundia is a traditional form of of large estates concetration in Latin America.




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4. Question : One of revolutionary change appeal is to reduce social and economic inequalities.




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5. Question : Revolutionary change in Cuba was able to deliver on a number of its promises.




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6. Question : Under Mao Zedong's leadership, the Chinese Communist Party redistributed land to the country's elites.




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7. Question : Cultural revolution took place in China between 1966-1980.




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8. Question : Revolutionaries are Marxist in nature.




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9. Question : Davies's psychological Model is used to show the gap between people's expectations and economic reality.




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10. Question : In developed countries, soldiers enter politics as soldiers, not as private citizens.




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11. Question : Nigeria have had no fewer than six successful coups.




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12. Question : The last 20-25 years have seen a sharp increase in the number of Third World military coups and military regimes.




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13. Question : Successful coups in the Third World were most common in countries with per capita GNPs above $2500.




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14. Question : Adam Smith advocated a very limited state that allowed market forces a free hand.




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15. Question : Maynard Keynes advocated a laissez faire economy.




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16. Question : Neoliberal economic policies are characterised by free trade and free markets.




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17. Question : According to course textbook, "stick" is government directives, and" carrots" is economic incentives.




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18. Question : Deforestation is environmental consequence of economic growth in the Third World.




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19. Question : Kyoto Protocol is a global contract binding signatories to reduce their emission of six greenhouse gases by 2010 to 5.2 percent below their 1990 level.




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20. Question : Christianity is a dominant religion in India.




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21. Question : Substantive democracy is democracy beyond freedom.




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22. Question : Muslims constitute India's largest minority.




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23. Question : Political Economy is the study of the dynamic interaction between political and economic institutions




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24. Question : Adam Smith advocated for state that allowed no market forces a free hand




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25. Question : John Maynard Keynes in the twentiethcentury, advocated for state ownership and centralized planning




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26. Question : A country should produce and export those goods it can provide most efficiently and cheaply is the argument of "comparative advantage".




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27. Question : Japanese colonial authorities in Korea and Taiwan encouraged smallholder farming.




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28. Question : Environmental regulations and control are stronger in LDCs than Western Europe.




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29. Question : LDCs cause more ozone-layer depletion than world industrialized nations.




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30. Question : China, India, except Isreal, have never experienced a coup.




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