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1. Which of of the followi following ng is located located in in the Greater Greater Antille Antilles? s? (A)Cuba (B) Nicaragua Nicaragua (C) Bolivia Bolivia (D)onduras !. As a grou"# grou"# the islands# islands# $a%aica# $a%aica# Cuba# Cuba# is"aniola is"aniola and and &uerto 'ico 'ico are nown nown as (A)*he +esser Antilles (B) *he Greater Antilles (C) +atin +atin A%erica (D)*he is"anic Caribbean ,. *he island island contai containing ning aiti aiti and Do%inican Do%inican 'e"ubli 'e"ublicc is nown nown as as (A)*rinidad (B) Cuba Cuba (C) Antilles Antilles (D)is"aniola -. *he *ain *ainos os waled waled along along the to to get to the the Caribbean Caribbean (A)/lat (A) /lat Bridge Bridge (B) Bering Bering 0trait (C) Alasa Alasa (D)Antarctica . *he "ractice "ractice of using using indigenous indigenous labour labour in the Caribbe Caribbean an in e2change e2change for conversi conversion on to Christianit3 is referred to as (A)asiento (B) genocide genocide (C) enco%ienda enco%ienda (D)indentureshi"
4. What was the the earliest earliest source source of slave slave labour labour in the new world# world# once once 5uro"ean 5uro"ean settle%ent settle%entss were established to e2"loit natural resources and grow agricultural cro"s? (A)6ndig (A) 6ndigenous enous "eo"le (B) Africans Africans (C) 6ndentured servants# %ostl3 %ostl3 of 5uro"ean heritage (D) None of these7 slave labour was not used in the earl3 New World World enter"rises
8. Which of the the following following B50* B50* e2"lains e2"lains wh3 the the ancestors ancestors of the the A%eri A%erindians ndians ended ended u" in the A%ericas (A)*he3 wanted to discover and e2"lore new lands 1
(B) *he3 were "ushed out b3 ene%ies who were stronger than the3 were (C) *he3 were following the herds of deer which the3 needed for food (D)*he %ineral resources of the A%ericas scattered the% 9. *he genocide of the *ainos after 0"anish con:uest occurred ;A6N+< because (A)the3 were e2"orted to 5uro"e (B) the3 were illed in wars (C) the3 were offered as hu%an sacrifice (D)the3 were overwored and ill=treated >. *he ter% ;aroon %eans (A)'unawa3 slaves (B) ;ountain dweller (C) 5nslaved African (D)/orest hunter 1. *he 5nco%ienda s3ste% was introduced b3 the (A)/rench (B) 5nglish (C) 0"anish (D)Dutch
11. *he act of freeing slaves fro% their literal and figurative bonds is called (A)e%anci"ation (B) abolition (C) %anu%ission (D)indenture 1!. @0ocial structures# grou"s and institutions wor together towards achieving social stabilit3# and ensuring that a collective will of the %e%bers of societ3 is achieved. *his state%ent B50* su%%aries which view of societ3? (A);ar2ist (B) 0ocialist (C) 6nter"retive (D)/unctionalist
1,. 0ocial institutions are "art of the (A)social s3ste% (B) fra%ewor of social organiations (C) sociological "ers"ectives (D)ustice s3ste%s
1-. ;ar2ists regard religion as the o"iateE of the "eo"le because it (A)hel"s the "oor (B) %aes the "o"ulation ha""3 (C) allows suffering of the "oor (D)allows e2"loitation of the "oor with rewards "ro%ised in the afterlife 1. All of the following describe functionalist understandings of societ3 5FC5&* (A)%e%bers of societ3 agree to how social institutions function (B) each social institution "erfor%s a function for societ3 (C) social institutions o"erate in such a wa3 as to ensure ine:ualities (D)there is consensus in societ3 14. Conflict "ers"ectives of societ3 %aintain that (A) ca"italis% is res"onsible for social differences between %e%bers of societ3 (B) so%e "ersons are naturall3 %ore able than others and should be ustl3 rewarded (C) the %ost talented in a societ3 should be the leaders based on a s3ste% of %eritocrac3 (D)the social relation of "roduction are reflected in the une:ual share of the societ3Es resources a%ong social grou"s 18. 6dentif3 the state%ents below which describe how the social institution of education i%"acts on Caribbean "eo"le (6) Children learn values of obedience# confor%it3 and res"ect (66) 0chools select students and allocate the% to different e2"eriences (666) 5ducation serves the needs of the labour %aret (6) *here is high status associated with deno%inational schools () 5ducation is seen as an avenue to social %obilit3 (A)6# 66# and 666 onl3 (B) 6 and 66 onl3 (C) 6# 66# 6 and (D)6# 66# 666# 6 and 19. Which of the following is an e2a%"le of %aterial culture? (A) Nor%s (B) /ood (C) 03%bol (D)+anguage 1>. *he World Ban and 6;/ were H'6G6NA++< created to (A)el" alleviate "overt3 in third=world# develo"ing countries (B) 'ebuild ruined 5uro"ean econo%ies after the World War 66 (C) +end %one3 to "oor "eo"le around the world (D)/inance "roects associated with the newl3=created Inited Nations !. What is the ;A6N difference between the World Ban and 6;/?
(A) *he 6;/ is head:uartered in New
!. A valid source of secondar3 infor%ation for research in Caribbean 0tudies would be (A)te2tboos (B) interviews (C) observations (D):uestionnaires !4. Which of the following should be considered when identif3ing a to"ic for research? 6. Was the "roble% "reviousl3 researched? 66. 6s the "roble% researchable and %anageable? 666. 6s the "roble% an issue of significance to the govern%ent?
(A)6 and 66 onl3 (B) 6 and 666 onl3 (C) 66 and 666 onl3 (D)6# 66 and 666 !8. Which of the following state%ents is a h3"othesis? (A) 52a%ine the causes of obesit3 in 0t $ohnEs illage (B) What are the causes of 3outh violence in ;t o"e illage? (C) *o what e2tent has "ollution affected the village of ;t Deau2? (D) *he use of alcohol is res"onsible for the "o or "erfor%ance of students at 0t $ohnEs igh 0chool !9. ;a2 is conducting research on to"ic @*he effects of illegal drugs a%ong teenagers. 6n deter%ining whether to use "artici"ant observation or :uestionnaires# ;a2Es ;A6N consideration could be 6. reliabilit3 66. sa%"le sie 666. ethical issues (A)6 and 66 (B) 6 and 666 onl3 (C) 66 and 666 onl3 (D)6# 66 and 666 onl3 !>. A series of fights have occurred in a school. An investigation was carried out in which students were interviewed on the cause of fights. *he data would B50* be "resented using (A)te2t (B) tables (C) charts (D)gra"hs ,. A teacher wishes to carr3 out an investigation on the t3"es of food consu%ed b3 first for% students at a high school. 0he wants an unbiased sa%"le. What t3"e of sa%"ling should she use? (A)'ando% (B) 0tratified (C) &ur"osive (D)Convenience