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Power is a key aspect of any _________posts.

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Power is exercised in all human relationship.

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_________ has been stripped of many of its former functions in modern society and it’s now competed with other institutions of authority

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The term referring to a hierarchy of inequality is called _________

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_________ usually study non-western societies, preliterate societies, local communities, or small groups

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The unequal distribution of attributes, qualities, or possessions among members of a society that at usually regarded within that society as desirable and valuable is said to be  ____________


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The study of coordinated and organised social movements is____________

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_________ dynamic involves in-group/out-group relationship

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________ is the movement between different positions within the system of social stratification in any society.

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Another name for informal groups is ________


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Invention is of _______ types


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Power does not necessarily rely either on formal ___________ authority

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____________ Study communities and small groups, but they also examine modem industrial societies and large-scale

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All Social Sciences are not concerned with human behaviour

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___________ group, members of the group do not often know themselves, not all the members live in close proximity, for example, a city or corporation.

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_________ are less exclusive than sects


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One of these is not features of institutionalized religion

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Discovery is a source of ________ change

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Our sense of whom and what we are is referred to as ________ social identity


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A person who has power can ____________ his will on others.

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A person who has power can _________ his will on others.

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The systematic study of the groups and societies in which people live, how social structures and cultures are created and maintained or changed, and how they affect our behaviour is_____


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_________ is the capability of using physical force to achieve influence

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In _________ society conflicts are settled in courts run by legal experts

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Power has been seen as the ability to ensure  compliance despite resistance from the____involved

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A great brief enthusiasm among a relatively large number of people for a particular innovation is referred to as ________

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_________ are groups forming a pair of the organisational structure, established by management to see to the smooth running of the organisation


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The method in sociology by which data is systematically collected from people about their behaviour, attitudes and beliefs is _________

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A ________ refers to social eruption that is highly emotional, violent and undirected

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Adair (1986), defined a _______ is more than just a group with a common aim


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__________ tend to be ephemeral since their novelty wears off quickly.

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The organised effort of a large number of people to produce some social change is referred to as _________

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The process of social learning directed toward achieving a desired position in future is called __________

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The ________ refers to the process by which people act and react in relation to others

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A set of beliefs, symbols, and practices which is based on the idea of the sacred, and unites believers into socio-religion community is called ________

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The spontaneous eruption of common behavioural pattern is ________


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___________ is one that demonstrates strong bonds of loyalty within its membership and strict adherence to the established norms of the group


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__________was one of the founding fathers of Sociology whose work has been a great influence on the study of Sociology

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The persistent social fact in the modern societies is _______

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The interactions and relationships that exists between/or among people in everyday life is called ____________

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___________is a combination of polyandry and polygyny.

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There are _______ main forms of collective behaviour

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At ___________ stage, factions form, personalities clash, no one concedes a single point without first fighting tooth and nail.

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__________ refers to wide spread attitudes about controversial issue

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 __________ Freud explored the unconscious levels of the mind

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________ refers to wide spread attitudes about controversial issue

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 Invention is a source of ________ change


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A ______________ refers to social eruption that is highly emotional, violent and undirected

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_________ is recognized as any set of institutionalised belief and practices that with the ultimate meaning of life


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_________ refers to marriage that unites one male and two or more females more female

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