Q1. The nature-nurture concept states
(a) quality and environment
(b) education and environment
(c) environment and behaviour
(d) genetics and environment
Q2. Which of the following is known as the static social structure?
Q3. Human personality is seen as a result of
(b) interaction between heredity and environment
(c) only heredity
(d) only environment
Q4. Which of the following indicates that certain traits run in families?
(a) Family attitude
(b) Family temperament
(c) Family education
(d) Family pedigree
Q5. The most crucial part of socialisation takes place at which of the following phases of life?
(a) Throughout the life
(b) During teenage years
(c) During early childhood
(d) During old age
Q6. Which of the following is a passive agency of socialisation.
(b) Peer group
(c) Health club
(d) Public library
Q7. Socialisation denotes
(a) modification in social norms
(b) relationship between teachers and students
(c) ways to modernise the society
(d) adaptation to social norms
Q8. In the educational context, socialisation means to
(a) define one’s social norms
(b) love elders and children
(c) adapt and adjust to social norms
(d) force others to adopt social norms
Q9. Socialisation focuses on the transmission of culture and
(a) development of a child’s personality
(b) child’s adjustment in a school
(c) provision of emotional support to a child
(d) opposition of the rebellious behaviour of a child
Q10. In which of the following stages do children become active members of their peer group?
(a) Early childhood