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Social science RFET 65 questions DIFFERENTIAL EVALUATION - score Good

1. What definition does not refer to the concept of "society"?
a) the totality of all forms of collective life of people;
b) a set of interacting individuals with their
sociocultural relations and processes;
c) the activities developed in the process
historical development;
d) the type of social system that has reached the highest level
self sufficiency.
2. What does not apply to the institutions of society?
a) family;
b) production;
c) the state;
d) education (culture and science);
e) religion;
e) all refer.
3. That does not apply to the signs that distinguish a person from
other creatures:
a) life outside society;
b) labor;
c) reason, ability to think;
d) body structure.
4. The result of the social formation of the individual by
overcoming difficulties and accumulating life experience is ...
a) personality;
b) an individual;
c) individuality.
35. For what reason has modern man left nature?
as habitat
a) nature cannot contain man;
b) he took everything from nature;
c) he created artificial conditions for life and activity;
d) due to the desire of man for self-realization.
6. Are the following judgments about the nation correct?
A. People belonging to the same nation are united by commonality.
historical and cultural traditions.
B. People belonging to the same nation speak the same language.
a) only A is true;
b) only B is true;
c) both judgments are correct;
d) both judgments are wrong.
7. Consciousness, or "I", is a component of personality, ...
a) organizes all people into groups;
b) managing our inner world;
c) regulating our needs;
d) managing our contacts with the outside world.
8. Specify the correct definition of the term behavior.
a) a set of movements, acts, actions of a person, which
other people can watch;
b) human activity aimed at meaningful
changing the world
goals;
c) the unit of activity;
d) the inherent ability of all living things to react
on the environment.
49. For whom is activity characteristic?
a) activity is characteristic only for animals;
b) activity is characteristic of people and some animals;
c) activity is characteristic only for people;
d) activity is characteristic of all living organisms.
10. Are the following judgments about regress in society correct?
And Regression in society is a movement towards more
perfect.
B. Regression in society always has a spatial and temporal
characteristic feature.
a) only A is true;
b) only B is true;
c) both judgments are correct;
d) both judgments are wrong.
11. What motivates us to action?
a) obligation;
b) need;
c) the motive;
d) intuition.
12. There are three groups of needs. What is the need to
does not apply to them?
a) biological;
b) social;
c) personal;
d) spiritual.
13. M. Weber, in the theory of social action, singled out two
relevant conditions
a) focus on others and the desire for self-realization;
b) subjective and objective motivation;
c) the desire for self-realization and objective motivation;
d) subjective motivation and orientation to others.
514. What is the spiritual life of a person?
a) with the conversion of something;
b) with a change in the consciousness of people;
c) with the creation of something new, not previously existing.
15. Any conscious activity of a person during his interaction
Moderation with the outside world is ...
a) labor;
b) a hobby;
c) innovation;
d) profession.
16. What is needed to make any item?
a) initiative, motivation, resources;
b) motivation, resources, tools;
c) tools, resources;
d) resources, instruments of labor, human labor.

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60. The subject of study of economics as a science is
a) the exchange of food;
b) registration of the employment contract;
c) development of principles for the distribution of limited
resources;
d) the invention of resource-saving technologies.
61. The basis of the economic sphere of society is
a) regulation of social relations;
b) the production of material goods;
c) development of resource-saving technologies;
d) interaction of the state and political parties.
62. The production factor is ()
a) hired workers;
b) consumption;
c) distribution;
d) land, labor.
63. If the consumer has the desire and ability to buy
goods at a certain time and in a particular place, this is called
a) demand;
b) consumer budget;
c) need;
d) proposal.
64. The effects of inflation on the consumer manifest themselves in
that
a) reduced purchasing power;
b) government spending on social
payments;
c) the consumer budget increases;
d) increase real incomes.
 65. Are the following judgments about the economy correct?
A. Economics is a social science.
B. Methods of economic research suggest its close relationship.
with math.
a) only A is true;
b) only B is true;
c) both judgments are correct;
d) both judgments are wrong.

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