Saturday, 30 November 2013

UGC NET question

(dec 09) 20. Some sociologists have given importance to the functioning factors of social interaction. These factors are concerned with (A) the proximity and similarity of the societies (B) the purpose and common facts of societies. (C) the needs and past experiences of the societies. (D) goodness, common cause and economy of the societies.

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(dec 09) 19. It is often complained that there is a ‘brain drain’ in our country. The implication is that (A) the brains of educated persons are being washed in unnecessary pursuits. (B) students’ brains are burdened with education unnecessarily. (C) education today is creating strain to the brains of students. (D) educated and capable people are seeking jobs in other countries for better opportunities and economic benefits.

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(dec 09) 18. Caste system can create a (A) closed society (B) changing society (C) dead society (D) open society

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(dec 09) 17. According to Talcott Parson, social change deals with (A) Spiritual uplifiment (B) Economic upliftment (C) Cultural revolution (D) Functional needs of the society

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(dec 09) 20. Some sociologists have given importance to the functioning factors of social interaction. These factors are concerned with (A) the proximity and similarity of the societies (B) the purpose and common facts of societies. (C) the needs and past experiences of the societies. (D) goodness, common cause and economy of the societies.

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(dec 09) 19. It is often complained that there is a ‘brain drain’ in our country. The implication is that (A) the brains of educated persons are being washed in unnecessary pursuits. (B) students’ brains are burdened with education unnecessarily. (C) education today is creating strain to the brains of students. (D) educated and capable people are seeking jobs in other countries for better opportunities and economic benefits.

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(dec 09) 18. Caste system can create a (A) closed society (B) changing society (C) dead society (D) open society

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(dec 09) 17. According to Talcott Parson, social change deals with (A) Spiritual uplifiment (B) Economic upliftment (C) Cultural revolution (D) Functional needs of the society

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(dec 09) 16. Analysis of the sociological processes involved in the educational institutions could be known as (A) Social foundations of Education (B) Sociology of Education (C) Educational Sociology (D) Social Science of Education

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(dec 09) 15. Modemisation of educational programmes’ has posed many issues in the society. Which one of the following is applicable ? (A) Increasing numbers of crimes in teenagers. (B) Increasing number of suicides in students. (C) Misuse of media by youngsters. (D) Reduced status of teachers.

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(dec 09) 14. The major constraint of social change is (A) caste (B) education (C) religion (D) poverty

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(dec 09) 13. “Education according to interest rather than the caste, creed, race or religion” was propagated by (A) Vedantic Education (B) Islamic Education (C) Jainistic Education (D) Buddhistic Education

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(dec 09) 12. Which School of Philosophy maintains that the ‘universe is an expression of intelligence and will’ ? (A) Pragmatism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Existentialism

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(dec 09) 11. The teacher is very much concerned with epistemology because his aim is to promote (A) Values (B) Truth (C) Knowledge (D) Skills

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(dec 09) 16. Analysis of the sociological processes involved in the educational institutions could be known as (A) Social foundations of Education (B) Sociology of Education (C) Educational Sociology (D) Social Science of Education

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(dec 09) 15. Modemisation of educational programmes’ has posed many issues in the society. Which one of the following is applicable ? (A) Increasing numbers of crimes in teenagers. (B) Increasing number of suicides in students. (C) Misuse of media by youngsters. (D) Reduced status of teachers.

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(dec 09) 14. The major constraint of social change is (A) caste (B) education (C) religion (D) poverty

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(dec 09) 13. “Education according to interest rather than the caste, creed, race or religion” was propagated by (A) Vedantic Education (B) Islamic Education (C) Jainistic Education (D) Buddhistic Education

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(dec 09) 12. Which School of Philosophy maintains that the ‘universe is an expression of intelligence and will’ ? (A) Pragmatism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Existentialism

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(dec 09) 11. The teacher is very much concerned with epistemology because his aim is to promote (A) Values (B) Truth (C) Knowledge (D) Skills

Friday, 29 November 2013

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(dec 09) 10. The School of Philosophy which upholds the primacy of ‘mind over mailer’ is (A) Existentialism (B) Realism (C) Pragmatism (D) Idealism

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(dec 09) 9. “Discipline through direct consequence” was propagated by (A) Existentialist (B) Pragmatist (C) Naturalist (D) Realist

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(dec 09) 8. Rousseau’s conception of ‘freedom’ was not accepted by (A) Pestalozzi (B) Jean Paul Sartre (C) Paulo Freire (D) John Dewey

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(dec 09) 7. The founder of Pragmatism was (A) John Dewey (B) William James (C) Kilpatrick (D) Charles Sanders Peirce

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(dec 09) 6. Learning in communion with nature’ was propagated by (A) Swami Vivekananda (B) Sri Aurobindo (C) Rabindranath Tagore (D) Mahatma Gandhi

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(dec 09) 5. Which of the following is not a suited connotation for Equality of educational opportunity’? (A) A policy of open access to education to all. (B) Equitable rationing and distribution of available resources to all. (C) Equalisation of educational attainment by providing resources in favour of less able and less motivated group. (D) Investing more funds on education.

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(dec 09) 4. The child is an integral part of the ultimate universe’ is the view point of (A) Realism (B) Pragmatism (C) Existentialism (D) Idealism

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(dec 09) 10. The School of Philosophy which upholds the primacy of ‘mind over mailer’ is (A) Existentialism (B) Realism (C) Pragmatism (D) Idealism

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(dec 09) 9. “Discipline through direct consequence” was propagated by (A) Existentialist (B) Pragmatist (C) Naturalist (D) Realist

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(dec 09) 8. Rousseau’s conception of ‘freedom’ was not accepted by (A) Pestalozzi (B) Jean Paul Sartre (C) Paulo Freire (D) John Dewey

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(dec 09) 7. The founder of Pragmatism was (A) John Dewey (B) William James (C) Kilpatrick (D) Charles Sanders Peirce

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(dec 09) 6. Learning in communion with nature’ was propagated by (A) Swami Vivekananda (B) Sri Aurobindo (C) Rabindranath Tagore (D) Mahatma Gandhi

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(dec 09) 5. Which of the following is not a suited connotation for Equality of educational opportunity’? (A) A policy of open access to education to all. (B) Equitable rationing and distribution of available resources to all. (C) Equalisation of educational attainment by providing resources in favour of less able and less motivated group. (D) Investing more funds on education.

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(dec 09) 4. The child is an integral part of the ultimate universe’ is the view point of (A) Realism (B) Pragmatism (C) Existentialism (D) Idealism

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(dec 09) 3. intuitive Knowledge’ is attained through (A) External experiences (B) Internal experiences (C) Both internal and external experiences (D) Neither internal or external experiences

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(dec 09) 3. intuitive Knowledge’ is attained through (A) External experiences (B) Internal experiences (C) Both internal and external experiences (D) Neither internal or external experiences

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(dec 09) 2. Which of the following is not a unique feature of education envisaged by Swami Vivekananda? (A) Cultivation of heart and physical strength. (B) Residential programme of education. (C) Intelligent productive manual labour (D) Importance to concentrations.

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(dec 09) 1. Which of the following is not a task of Philosophy? (A) Speculation (B) Description and Analysis (C) Prescription (D) Observation

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(dec 09) 2. Which of the following is not a unique feature of education envisaged by Swami Vivekananda? (A) Cultivation of heart and physical strength. (B) Residential programme of education. (C) Intelligent productive manual labour (D) Importance to concentrations.

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(dec 09) 1. Which of the following is not a task of Philosophy? (A) Speculation (B) Description and Analysis (C) Prescription (D) Observation

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

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Monday, 25 November 2013

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(JUNE 09 ) 50. Match the following List-I with List-Il ...........List-I ..............List-Il ........(Terminology)........... (Concept) (a) Standard Deviation..... (i) Difference between mean and a score (b) Quartile Deviation..... (ii) Difference between highest score and lowest score (c) Score Deviation........ (iii) Average of all the deviations (d) Mean Deviation......... (iv) Root mean square deviation .............................(v) Semi interquartile range Code: ....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii) (B) (iii) (i) (v) (ii) (C) (v) (iii) (iv) (i) (D) (iv) (v) (i) (iii)

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(JUNE 09 ) 49. Which combination of the following points is true of non-parametric methods? (i) Do not demand assumptions about population (ii) Actual scores are used in calculation (iii) Generalizations do not seem to be realistic (iv) They are also called distribution free methods Codes: (A) (i) (ii) (iv) (B) (i) (iii) (iv) (C) (ii) (iii) (iv) (D) (ii) (iii) (1)

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(JUNE 09 ) 48. A study aimed at finding out the feasibility of a new method of teaching may be classified as: (A) Action research (B) Descriptive research (C) Experimental research (D) Survey research

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(JUNE 09 ) 47. Likert’s method is used to prepare an: (A) Achievement Test (B) Aptitude Test (C) Ability Test (D) Attitude Test

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(JUNE 09 ) 46. Correlation between a continuous variable and a dichotomized variable is computed by using: (A) Biserial Correlation Method (B) Product Moment Method (C) Rank-Difference Method (D) Multiple Correlation Method

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(JUNE 09 ) 45. If deviation of each score of a distribution from the mean is divided by standard deviation, the resulting scores are called: (A) t - scores (B) Z - scores (C) T - scores (D) d - scores

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(JUNE 09 ) 44. A set of scores has a mean ‘M’ and standard deviation ‘s’ if every score is tripled the new mean and standard deviation would be: (A) (M, s) (B) (3 M, s) (C) (M, 3s) (D) (3 M, 3s)

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(JUNE 09 ) 43. In a distribution, 27% scores are below the raw score of 36. Which of the following statements is true? (A) 36 students have a score of 27 (B) 36 is the score of 27 students (C) Percentile Rank of 36 is 27 (D) Percentile Rank of 27 is 36

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(JUNE 09 ) 42. The internal validity of an experimental research is related to (A) Variation in the dependent variable (B) Effective control of Intervening variables (C) Variation in the independent variable (D) Accuracy of measurement methods

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(JUNE 09 ) 41. Which of the following objectives belongs to affective domain? (A) Developing reading comprehension (B) Developing skills to drive a car (C) Developing a set of concepts (D) Developing favourable attitude towards education

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(JUNE 09 ) 49. Which combination of the following points is true of non-parametric methods? (i) Do not demand assumptions about population (ii) Actual scores are used in calculation (iii) Generalizations do not seem to be realistic (iv) They are also called distribution free methods Codes: (A) (i) (ii) (iv) (B) (i) (iii) (iv) (C) (ii) (iii) (iv) (D) (ii) (iii) (1)

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(JUNE 09 ) 48. A study aimed at finding out the feasibility of a new method of teaching may be classified as: (A) Action research (B) Descriptive research (C) Experimental research (D) Survey research

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(JUNE 09 ) 47. Likert’s method is used to prepare an: (A) Achievement Test (B) Aptitude Test (C) Ability Test (D) Attitude Test

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(JUNE 09 ) 46. Correlation between a continuous variable and a dichotomized variable is computed by using: (A) Biserial Correlation Method (B) Product Moment Method (C) Rank-Difference Method (D) Multiple Correlation Method

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(JUNE 09 ) 45. If deviation of each score of a distribution from the mean is divided by standard deviation, the resulting scores are called: (A) t - scores (B) Z - scores (C) T - scores (D) d - scores

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(JUNE 09 ) 44. A set of scores has a mean ‘M’ and standard deviation ‘s’ if every score is tripled the new mean and standard deviation would be: (A) (M, s) (B) (3 M, s) (C) (M, 3s) (D) (3 M, 3s)

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(JUNE 09 ) 43. In a distribution, 27% scores are below the raw score of 36. Which of the following statements is true? (A) 36 students have a score of 27 (B) 36 is the score of 27 students (C) Percentile Rank of 36 is 27 (D) Percentile Rank of 27 is 36

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(JUNE 09 ) 42. The internal validity of an experimental research is related to (A) Variation in the dependent variable (B) Effective control of Intervening variables (C) Variation in the independent variable (D) Accuracy of measurement methods

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(JUNE 09 ) 41. Which of the following objectives belongs to affective domain? (A) Developing reading comprehension (B) Developing skills to drive a car (C) Developing a set of concepts (D) Developing favourable attitude towards education

Saturday, 23 November 2013

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(JUNE 09 ) 40. Which of the following is the median of the-distribution? Scores: 2 5 7 8 10 Freq: 1 3 5 2 1 (A) 6.0 (B) 6.5 (C) 6.7 (D) 6.9

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(JUNE 09 ) 39. The variables which are unrated to the study, but may affect the dependent variable are known as: (A) background variables (B) extraneous variables (C) internal variables (D) antecedent variables

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(JUNE 09 ) 39. The variables which are unrated to the study, but may affect the dependent variable are known as: (A) background variables (B) extraneous variables (C) internal variables (D) antecedent variables

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(JUNE 09 ) 38. The type of validity that can be expressed in terms of correlation coefficient is: (A) Content validity (B) Concurrent validity (C) Construct validity (D) Curricular validity

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(JUNE 09 ) 37. The most Basic category in “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human needs” is: (A) Belonging ness (B) Love needs (C) Physiological needs (D) Social needs

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(JUNE 09 ) 36. Stand ford-Brnnet Test of Intelligence is a: (A) Verbal Test (B) Performance Test (C) Non-verbal Test (D) Group Test

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(JUNE 09 ) 35. A teacher has conducted a ‘sociometric - test’ in her class. The most popular student of her class is labelled as: (A) Isolate (B) Star (C) Moon (D) Leader

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(JUNE 09 ) 38. The type of validity that can be expressed in terms of correlation coefficient is: (A) Content validity (B) Concurrent validity (C) Construct validity (D) Curricular validity

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(JUNE 09 ) 37. The most Basic category in “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human needs” is: (A) Belonging ness (B) Love needs (C) Physiological needs (D) Social needs

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(JUNE 09 ) 36. Stand ford-Brnnet Test of Intelligence is a: (A) Verbal Test (B) Performance Test (C) Non-verbal Test (D) Group Test

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(JUNE 09 ) 35. A teacher has conducted a ‘sociometric - test’ in her class. The most popular student of her class is labelled as: (A) Isolate (B) Star (C) Moon (D) Leader

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(JUNE 09 ) 34. A learner is faced with a unique problem. To solve the problem she applied a combination of rules already known to her. She is displaying the ‘learning out comes’ of intellectual skills suggested by Robert Gagni as: (A) Concrete concepts (B) Rules (C) Higher order rules (D) Defined concepts

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(JUNE 09 ) 33. The causes of individual differences are always: (A) Hereditary (B) Social and Economic (C) Emotional and personal (D) Environmental and Hereditary

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(JUNE 09 ) 32. The processes involved in concept formation are (A) Observation and Generalisation (B) Observation and Categorisation (C) Generalisation and Inferences (D) Observation, Categorisation and Generalisation

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(JUNE 09 ) 34. A learner is faced with a unique problem. To solve the problem she applied a combination of rules already known to her. She is displaying the ‘learning out comes’ of intellectual skills suggested by Robert Gagni as: (A) Concrete concepts (B) Rules (C) Higher order rules (D) Defined concepts

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(JUNE 09 ) 33. The causes of individual differences are always: (A) Hereditary (B) Social and Economic (C) Emotional and personal (D) Environmental and Hereditary

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(JUNE 09 ) 32. The processes involved in concept formation are (A) Observation and Generalisation (B) Observation and Categorisation (C) Generalisation and Inferences (D) Observation, Categorisation and Generalisation

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JUNE 09 ) 31. The causes of Aggression among adolescents may be psychological rather than: (A) physiological (B) Social (C) Biological (D) Environmental

Thursday, 21 November 2013

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30. Programmed instruction is an example of auto-instruction. It is based on the theory given by: (A) David Ausubel (B) Albert Bandura (C) B.F. Skinner (D) Benjamin S. Bloom

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29. Who was the author of the ‘Principle of Synchronicity’? (A) Carl Gustav Jung (B) Sigmund Freud (C) Erick H. Erikson (D) Henrey A. Murray

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30. Programmed instruction is an example of auto-instruction. It is based on the theory given by: (A) David Ausubel (B) Albert Bandura (C) B.F. Skinner (D) Benjamin S. Bloom

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29. Who was the author of the ‘Principle of Synchronicity’? (A) Carl Gustav Jung (B) Sigmund Freud (C) Erick H. Erikson (D) Henrey A. Andy Murray

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(JUNE 09 ) 28. Who among the following psychologists developed first systematic theory of personality? (A) Erik H. Erikson (B) Sigmond Freud (C) Harry Stack Sullivan (D) Carl Gustav Jung

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(JUNE 09 ) 27. Who has said “Personality is located in the brain ,..........No brain, no personality”? (A) Raymond Bernard Cattell (B) Henrey A Murray (C) Hans J. Eysenck (D) Kurt Lewin

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(JUNE 09 ) 26. To help young children acquire performance skills the teachers should set: (A) Time limit for performance (B) Proximal goals for skills (C) Distal goals for skills (D) Minimum standards of performance

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(JUNE 09 ) 25. Adult education’s main objective is to: (A) enable the adults to read and write (B) teach adults to be able to understand what they read (C) help adults achieve literacy along with personal development (D) socialise the adults to move about freely

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(JUNE 09 ) 24. Talcott Parson’s theory of functionalism considers the significance of which of the following systems as not appropriate? (A) economic system (B) personal system (C) cultural system (D) social system

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(JUNE 09 ) 28. Who among the following psychologists developed first systematic theory of personality? (A) Erik H. Erikson (B) Sigmond Freud (C) Harry Stack Sullivan (D) Carl Gustav Jung

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(JUNE 09 ) 27. Who has said “Personality is located in the brain ,..........No brain, no personality”? (A) Raymond Bernard Cattell (B) Henrey A Murray (C) Hans J. Eysenck (D) Kurt Lewin

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(JUNE 09 ) 26. To help young children acquire performance skills the teachers should set: (A) Time limit for performance (B) Proximal goals for skills (C) Distal goals for skills (D) Minimum standards of performance

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(JUNE 09 ) 25. Adult education’s main objective is to: (A) enable the adults to read and write (B) teach adults to be able to understand what they read (C) help adults achieve literacy along with personal development (D) socialise the adults to move about freely

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(JUNE 09 ) 24. Talcott Parson’s theory of functionalism considers the significance of which of the following systems as not appropriate? (A) economic system (B) personal system (C) cultural system (D) social system

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(JUNE 09 ) 23. Which of the following is not a characteristic of modernisation? (A) religious faith (B) participation (C) empathy (D) mobility

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(JUNE 09 ) 22. The term ‘sub-culture’ is used to indicate: (A) The culture of the lower strata of the society (B) The beliefs and customs of traditional social groups (C) The culture of different groups of societies (D) The traditions and ideas of tribal groups of a society