B.A. Sociology Part-1 1st Paper: Calcutta University 2008 Exam Paper


Download Questions Paper of University of Calcutta BA Sociology Part-I First paper of 2008.

Question Paper of Bachelor Degree Course under Calcutta University. Download Exam Paper of BA Sociology Part-1 FIRST PAPER (2008 - NEW Syllabus)

Group – A
Answer Q. No. 5 and any two from the rest

1. Point out the distinctiveness of sociological perspective vis-à-vis
the perspective of other Social sciences. [Marks-15]

2. What is meant by culture in sociology? What are its universal
features? What is meant by Cultural specificity? [Marks-5+5+5]

3. Compare and contrast the characteristics of pre-modern and modern
societies? [Marks-15]

4. Define social change. Identify the factors of social change. [Marks-15]

5. Write short notes on any four : [Marks-5*4]
(a)Sociology and common sense
(b)Social Interaction
(c)Micro-sociology and macro sociology
(d)Practical significance of sociology
(e)Socialization and individual freedom
(f)Traditional states
(g)Importance of symbol and language in human culture.


Group – B
Answer Q. No. 10 and any two from the rest

6. Discuss the worldwide changes in family in family system. [Marks-15]

7. Evaluate labeling theory as an explanation of criminal behavior.[Marks-15]

8. What do you mean by ethnicity? What are the major reasons behind
ethnic antagonism? [Marks-15]

9. Write a note on 'Gender-stratification'. [Marks-15]

10. Write short notes on any four : [Marks-5*4]
(a)Gender-socialization
(b)Divorce and separation
(c)Social deviance
(d)Social mobility
(e)Characteristics of bureaucratic organization
(f)Domestic violence
(g)Poverty and inequality


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