CBSE Class 12 Sociology Question Paper 2014 - Set 1

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SOCIOLOGY

General Instructions : (i) There are 25 questions in all.

(ii) All questions are compulsory.

Ai, Question Nos. I - 14 are of 2 marks each, td ile to b€ answered in abo* 30 words each.

(iv) Question Nos. 15-21 are of1 marks each, tobe answered in about E0 words each.

(v) Question Nos. 22 - 24 are of6 marks each, to be answered in about 200 words each.

(vi) Question No. 25 carries 6 marks and is to be answered based on the passage given.

(vii) Answers should be precise and to the point.

 

1.Differentiate between the westem & the Indian sense of secularism.

2.Give the meaning of the term De-Sanskritisation.

3.What are the sources ofrevenue for the Panchayats ?

4.What does agrarian structure refer to ?

5.Differentiate between Social change & Social movements.

6.What does the term 'Adivasi' mean ?

7.Explain'Status Symbol'.

8.What is colonialism ? Give one example.

9.State some of the features ofan authoritarian state.

10.What does the term 'Begar' mean ?

11.'Urbanisation and Industrialization is a linked process.' Justifr.

12.What do you mean by Feminisation of agricultural labour ?

13.Examine the emergence of nation-states during colonialism.

14.Distinguish between organized and unorganized sector.

15.Differentiate between subsidies & support prices.

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