Key Answers to Sociology Education Unit Examination (USP) Questions for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

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Multiple choice
1. Answer: E. Prove everything that happens based on science
2. Answers: E. 3 and 4
3. Answer: D. Development and social control
4. Answers: E. 3, 4, and 5
Social interaction is a reciprocal relationship in the form of mutually influencing actions between individuals, between individuals and groups, and between groups.

5. Answer: C. Competition
Competition (competition) is the struggle of various parties to achieve certain goals. One characteristic of competition is that the struggle is carried out in a peaceful and fair manner (fair play), meaning that competition always upholds boundaries and rules

6. Answer: Imitation
Imitation is the act of imitating another person. Imitation can be done in various forms, for example speech style, behavior, customs and habits, mindset, and anything that is owned or done by someone.

7. Answers: E. 3, 4, 5
Latent (unconscious) function
a) Reducing parental control
b) Providing the means for disobedience
c) Maintaining the social class system
d) Extending adolescence

8. Answers: B. 1 and 3
The function of economic institutions, providing guidelines for obtaining food, providing guidelines for exchanging goods (bartering), providing guidelines on buying and selling prices, providing guidelines for using labor, providing guidelines on how to remuneration, provides guidelines on how to terminate employment, gives identity for society.

9. Answer: C. Guidelines for implementing social control
10. Answer: C. Geographical isolation due to the shape of the area
One of the factors causing the plurality of Indonesian society is the condition of Indonesia which is in the form of an archipelago which allows for the formation of geographical isolation so that each region tends to develop its own distinctive cultural characteristics. In addition to the existing geographical differences, it causes variations in temperature, climate, rainfall, soil structure and so on.

11. Answer: C. Heredity
12. Answer: E. Horizontal intergenerational
Intergenerational mobility is social mobility that occurs between two or more generations. Such mobility occurs because of changes in social status between fathers and children, children and grandchildren, and so on. Intergenerational mobility consists of upward intergenerational mobility and downward intergenerational mobility.

13. Answer: D. The influence of foreign culture
The Indonesian nation is an example of an open nation. We can see this with the magnitude of foreign influence in shaping the diversity of the Indonesian nation. The first foreign influence that colored the history of the diversity of the Indonesian nation was when Indians, Chinese and Arabs visited Indonesian territory. These nations came with diverse cultures.

14. Answer: E. Mixed questionnaire
15. Answer: A. Primary
16. Answer: E. Brief argument about the results of the research conducted
17. Answer: B. Unity of interest
18. Answers: C. 1, 3, and 5
Patembayan, is a form of life together where among its members there is a birth bond that is basic, in a relatively short period of time. For example, relations in the world of industry or political organizations.

19. Answers: D. 2), 3), and 4)
20. Answer: B. extreme ethnocentric mindset hinders the process of social integration in society
21. Answer: E. Consolidation of ethnic and occupational parameters
Consolidation comes from the word “consolidation” which means strengthening or confirmation. Consolidation has two sides, namely the inward side and the outgoing side. Consolidation with the inner side will strengthen solidarity within an organization or association. On the other hand, consolidation with an exit side can generate antipathy and suspicion towards other organizations

22. Answer: C. The condition of the poor is worsened because the rich people take their rights
23. Answer: B. Participate in defending the country from all threats
24. Answers: D. (2), (4), and (5)
25. Answer: B. Social integration in a pluralistic society
Social integration is the process of adjusting different elements in society so that they become one unit. These different elements can include differences in social position, race, ethnicity, religion, language, customs, value systems, and norms.

26. Answer: D. Conflict of political interests
Soerjono Soekanto suggested four factors that can cause conflict in society, namely differences between individuals, differences between cultures, differences in interests, and social change.

27. Answer: A. Political interests
28. Answer: C. Anarchy was committed by the workers
29. Answer: A. Differences in interests between citizens
30. Answer: B. Mediation
31. Answer: E. National integration
32. Answers: D. 2 and 4
Unwanted or unplanned social change is a change that occurs outside the control of society or human ability. This change can cause social consequences that society does not expect.

33. Answers: C. 1, 3, and 5
34. Answers: A. 1, 2, and 3
The driving factors come from within the community itself (internal), including increasing or decreasing population, new discoveries, community conflicts, rebellion or revolution.

35. Answer: E. There are no clear boundaries between the three lifestyles
Cycle Theory, sees change as something that is repeated. What is happening now basically has similarities or similarities with what has happened before. The cyclical change pattern is a pattern of change that resembles a spiral.

36. Answer: B. More open international communication
37. Answer: B. Contrary to the ideology of the Indonesian nation
38. Answer: D. Encouraging people to be consumptive
39. Answer: D. Supporting capacity for economic progress from various parties such as the legal system, politics, and the participation of community leaders is not yet optimal
40. Answer: D. Generates social jealousy which can unsettle the community

Sociology Education Unit Examination (USP) Questions for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

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