In the structure of morbidity in terms of appealability, 1st place is occupied by diseases

1.respiratory

2.Digestive system

3.circulatory system

4.oncological diseases

5.Musculoskeletal

In the period until 1994, a health care system operated in the Republic of Kazakhstan …

1.private

2.insurance

3.scheduled mandatory

4.mixed

5.state

Guaranteed types of medical care are provided with insurance …

1.private

2.returnable

3.social

4.compulsory

5.voluntary

A new type of health facility

1.district hospital

2.city polyclinic

3. regional polyclinic

4.hospital nursing care

5.multiprofile hospital

The preferred way to develop health care at the present stage is

1.mixed system

2.insurance system

3.private system

4.structural system

5.state system

Who singled out the models of interaction between a doctor and a patient: technical, sacral, collegial and contractual?

1.R.Witch

2.J.Mead

3.M.Weber

4.G.Spencer

5.T.Parsons

313.Education, qualification is a status…

1.general

2.universal

3.assigned

4.born

5.purchased

The level of education of an individual is the most important parameter in determining his place in the system of the following type of stratification…

1.physico-genetic

2.cultural

3.political

4.economic

5.Professional

From what science did sociology borrow the category of “consumer behavior”?

1.medicine

2.philosophy

3. political science

4.economy

5.jurisprudence

The main factor for the successful entry of any country into the world community and the world economy

1.raising capital

2.export and import of goods

3.development of the non-primary sector

4.competitiveness of goods

5.development of small and medium business

From what position did K. Marx consider the patterns of economic development?

1.Goods turnover and creditworthiness

2.Consumer relationship

3.Interests and class relations

4.relationship between people

5.Import and export ratio

According to T. Veblen, economic sociology studies

1.nature of monopoly

2.people consumption

3. financial arrangements

4.market capacity

5.gross domestic product

T. Veblen’s research area is

1.class interests

2.sociology of the market

3.labor relations

4.consumer behavior

5. industrial relations

320. The first needs and interests of people begin to take shape

1.at school

2.in the family

3.with friends

4.in kindergarten

5.at university

A group of people related by direct kinship whose adult members assume responsibility for the care of children

1.marriage

2.enclave

3.family
4.kinship

5.small group

Progenitor means

1.the beginning of the family

2. status transfer

3. the birth of a grandson

4.last stage of socialization

5.finish marital relationship

Family values are transmitted through a woman in

1.patriarchy

2.endogamous

3.exogamous

4.matriarchy

5.egalitarian

Family values are transmitted through the man in the family

1.exogamous

2.matriarchal

3.egalitarian

4.endogamous

5.Patriarchal

patriarchal family

1.distant

2. neolocal

3.matrilocal

4.traditional

5.egalitarian

The modern Kazakh family is more

1.linear

2.mixed

3.egalitarian

4.traditional

5.distant

The true authority of the family is won

1.behavior of parents

2.school education

3. didactic edifications

4. vital activity of the individual

5.informal peer groups

population reproduction is

1. surname

2.urbanization of society

3.birth of individuals

4. child free movement

5.Aging population

The main driver of reproductive behavior is

1. the need for children

2. strengthening marriage

3.transfer of ownership

4.preservation of family values

5. satisfaction of sexual need

One of the specific functions of the family, reflecting the interests of society

1.leisure

2. control

3.reproductive

4.educational

5.existential

331.Language and speech together perform two functions:

1.creative and cognitive

2.translating and integrative

3.organizational and regulatory

4.controlling and educational

5. communication and thinking

The general ideas shared by most of society are

1.Norms

2.customs

3.rules

4.symbols

5.values

Actions or objects that are perceived by society as equivalent to something else

1.Norms

2.customs

3.rules

4.values

5.symbols

A socially structured system of sound patterns (words and sentences) with a specific and ambiguous meaning

1.myth

2.song

3.language

4.alphabet
5.writing

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