Test on the topic "society" Grade 9 No. 4

1. What is an example of the influence of natural factors on society?

1) the struggle of the peoples of ancient Russia with the Pechenegs and Polovtsy;

4) creation of free trade zones

2. A political organization publishes a large circulation newspaper at its own expense, in which it criticizes the government’s policy towards pensioners. What areas of society are affected by this activity?

1) political and social 2) economic and social 3) political and spiritual 4) economic and spiritual

3. Are the following judgments about the relationship between the spheres of public life correct?

A. The reduction in the number of jobs due to the reduction in demand for the company’s products illustrates the connection between the political and social spheres of society.

B. The production of a television series for the subsequent profit from the rental illustrates the connection between the spiritual and political spheres of society.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

4. What judgment reflects the relationship between society and nature?

1) society and nature are subject to the same laws of development 2) natural phenomena have a significant impact on the life of society 3) society is part of the natural habitat of people

4) nature and society are inherent in the displacement of lower forms of organization by higher ones

5. Are the following judgments about society correct?

A. Society includes a variety of forms and manifestations of nature.

B. Society is a part of the world isolated from nature, connected with the life of people.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

6. Read the given text, each position of which is marked with a letter.

(A) Man differs from other living beings in his ability to consciously transform himself and the world around him. (B) Probably, we will not find a single, even the most primitive, human society that has not created its own culture. (B) It is not for nothing that the level of cultural development is one of the criteria for social progress. Determine which provisions of the text 1) reflect facts 2) express opinions

7. Establish a correspondence between the fact and the sphere of public life to which this fact belongs: for each element given in the first column, select an element from the second column.

Facts Spheres of public life
A) opening a new supermarket B) parliamentary elections C) providing hairdressing services D) exchange trading in shares of firms E) joining the party 1) economic 2) political

8. Scientists study the class and national composition of the population. They explore the realm of life

1) social 2) political 3) economic 4) spiritual

9. Are the following judgments about the interaction of society and nature correct?

A. Historically, nature is “older” than society. B. With the emergence of society, nature began to develop according to social laws.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

10. Establish a correspondence between facts and spheres of public life: for each element given in the first column, select an element from the second column.

Facts Spheres of public life
A) the premiere of a theatrical performance B) the election of deputies of parliament C) the withdrawal of money from a bank account D) a nationwide discussion of the bill E) the purchase of new equipment by the company 1) economic 2) political 3) spiritual

11. Establish a correspondence between social facts and spheres of public life: for each element given in the first column, select an element from the second column.

social facts Spheres of public life
A) parliamentary elections B) organization of a honey fair C) theatrical premiere D) international disarmament negotiations E) provision of free medicines to pensioners 1) spiritual 2) social 3) economic 4) political

12. What sphere of public life primarily includes theoretical studies aimed at clarifying the connection between crisis phenomena in the economy and political processes?

1) economic 2) social 3) political 4) spiritual

13. Establish a correspondence between social facts and spheres of public life: for each element given in the first column, select an element from the second column.

social facts Spheres of public life
A) compilation of the Code of Laws of the Russian Empire B) opening of an exhibition of Wanderers C) Russia’s entry into the military bloc D) the formation of an industrial proletariat in Russia D) the organization of a cattle farm 1) spiritual 2) social 3) economic 4) political

14. Are the following judgments about the relationship between nature and society correct?

A. Society develops in isolation from nature. B. Nature and society develop according to the same laws.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

15. Which of the examples illustrates the influence of nature on the development of society?

1) air pollution by industrial emissions 2) agricultural specialization of individual regions

3) the appearance of “ozone holes” as a result of human use of various chemicals

4) depletion of natural resources due to human activities

15. After watching a television series based on a novel by a classic writer, sales of books by this writer increased dramatically in bookstores. The interrelation of what spheres of public life, first of all, illustrates this fact?

1) spiritual and political 2) political and social 3) political and economic 4)

spiritual and economic

16. To what sphere of public life does the process of meeting the material needs of society directly relate?

1) economic 2) social 3) political 4) spiritual

17. Society in the broad sense of the word is called

1) all of humanity in the past, present and future 2) the whole world around man

3) a period in the history of a nation 4) a group of people united for joint activities

17. An example of the influence of natural factors on the development of society is:

1) draining the swamps around Florence 2) the emergence of the oldest centers of civilization in the valleys of large rivers

3) the invasion of nomads on the territory of farmers 4) the growth of cities in medieval Europe

18. Read the text below, each position of which is marked with a letter.

(A) Happiness depends, first of all, on a person’s sense of self, and not on external circumstances. (B) Sociologists asked respondents what makes a person happy. (C) Most respondents associate happiness with the well-being of the family, the health of their loved ones. Determine which provisions of the text

1) reflect facts 2) express opinions

19. Which of the following terms are used primarily when describing the social sphere of society? 1) education, democracy 2) monarchy, republic 3) class, stratum 4) capital, production

20. Are the following judgments about the relationship between nature and society correct?

A. Nature actively influences the economic activity of society. B. Provision with natural resources is a determining factor in the development of modern society.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

21. Are the following judgments about the relationship between society and nature correct?

A. Modern society is able to fully control natural processes and regulate the power of natural disasters. B. The lack of natural goods encourages society to develop exchanges between different regions of the planet. 1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both arguments are incorrect

22Establish a correspondence between social facts and spheres of public life: for each element given in the first column, select an element from the second column.

social facts Spheres of public life
A) calculation of the parameters of the country’s budget B) creation of an employment service C) regular elections of the head of state D) development of a business plan for the company E) concert of a world-famous musician 1) spiritual 2) social 3) economic 4) political

23. What sphere of public life covers the relationship between the land owner and the tenant?

1) economic 2) social 3) political 4) spiritual

24. Are the following judgments about the interaction of society and nature correct?

A. Nature includes the material world and society. B. Natural conditions affect the economy, life, character of people.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

25. Are the following judgments about the main areas of public life correct?

A. In each sphere of public life, a certain group of tasks and problems of social development is solved.

B. All spheres of public life interact with each other.

1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both judgments are correct 4) both judgments are incorrect

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