(a) Standard accounts of the origins of sociology focus on the Industrial and French revolutions, giving no weight to the significance of colonialism in shaping modern societies
(b) The sociological gaze is Eurocentric, failing to incorporate the experience of formerly colonized societies
(c) Sociology has described Western societies as ‘developed’ or ‘modern’ in opposition to the notion of non-Western societies as ‘pre-modern’, ‘traditional’ inferiors
(d) The sociological imagination has always encouraged and enabled the voices of people across the world to be heard in sociological theorizing

Gender Studies MCQs

(a) The main dynamic of modern development is capitalist economics
(b) Modern societies are in transition towards a socialist model
(c) Rationalization is bound to progress further in all spheres of life
(d) All history is the history of class struggles

Gender Studies MCQs