Democracy and Diversity MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 3 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science with Answers Part:- Civics

Q1. Identify the countries which faced the problem of social divisions.

(i) Belgium, Germany and USA
(ii) Belgium, Sri Lanka and U.K.
(iii) Sri Lanka, Canada and India
(iv) U.K., USA and India

(ii) Belgium, Sri Lanka and U.K.

Q2. Which region of United Kingdom has been the site of violent ethno-political conflicts for many years ?

(i) Republic of Ireland
(ii) Northern Ireland
(iii) Netherland
(iv) Irish Republic.

(ii) Northern Ireland

Q3. In many countries there are parties:

(o) that focus all communities
(ii) that focus only on one community
(iii) that focus only one religion
(iv) none of the above

(ii) that focus only on one community

Q4. Which three countries faced the problem of social division?

(i) United Kingdom, USA and India
(ii) Belgium, Sri Lanka and United Kingdom
(iii) Sri Lanka, Canada and India
(iv) Belgium, Germany and USA

(ii) Belgium, Sri Lanka and United Kingdom

Q5. Which one of the following is the representative political parties of the Catholics in Northern Ireland ?

(i) Nationalist Parties
(ii) Unionist
(iii) Democratic Party
(iv) Labour Party

(i) Nationalist Parties

Q6. Which one of the following statements is not correct about social division?

(i) Too many small divisions are better than a single big division.
(ii) Politics is a force of unity when expressions of various kinds of social divisions occur.
(iii) It is only in countries like India that we have social divisions.
(iv) Assertion of social diversities in a country need not be seen as a source of danger.

(iii) It is only in countries like India that we have social divisions.

Q7. Rich and poor persons from the same family often do not keep close relations with each other for they feel:

(i) they are same
(ii) they are very different
(iii) they are out caste
(iv) none of he above

(iv) they are very different

Q8. Social divisions affect:

(i) political parties
(ii) population of a country
(iii) voting in most countries
(iv) none of the above

(iii) voting in most countries

Q9. African-Americans were the descendants of

(i) Americans
(ii) Africans
(iii) Indians
(iv) Germans

(ii) Africans

Q10. Which one of the following is the actual political expression of social divisions in a democracy ?

(i) It results in social inequality and injustice.
(ii) It is a normal practice and can prove healthy.
(iii) It leads to definite violence.
(iv) It is a rare practice and always proves unhealthy.

(ii) It is a normal practice and can prove healthy.

Q11. Who represented Protestants in Northern Ireland ?

(i) Unionists
(ii) Nationalists
(iii) Progressives
(iv) None of these.

(ii) Nationalists

Q12. The population of United Kingdom is divided into two major sects of:

(i) Christians and Muslims
(ii) Christians and Hindus
(iii) Christians and Protestants
(iv) none of the above

(iii) Christians and Protestants

Q13. The Black Power Movement emerged in

(i) 1966
(ii) 1970
(iii) 1971
(iv) 1990

(i) 1966

Q14. What is not the basis of social divisions in India ?

(i) Language
(ii) Health
(iii) Region
(iv) Caste

(ii) Health

Q15. Which one of the following is predominantly a Christian country ?

(i) Northern Ireland
(ii) Sri Lanka
(iii) Nepal
(iv) China.

(ii) Sri Lanka

Q16. A society that has similar kinds of people, especially where there are no significant ethnic differences is called:

(i) homogeneous society
(ii) heterogeneous society
(iii) mixed society
(iv) none of the above

(а) homogeneous society

Q17. The Civil Rights Movement in the US was led by

(i) Martin Luther King Sr.
(ii) Martin Luther King Jr.
(iii) Nelson Mandela
(iv) Abraham Lincoln

(ii) Martin Luther King Jr.

Q18. Which of the following is associated with the Civil Rights movement in the U.S.A. (1954-1968) ?

(i) Abolishing legal racial discrimination against African Americans.
(ii) Abolishing unequal income distribution.
(iii) Health
(iv) Education

(i) Abolishing legal racial discrimination against African Americans.

Q19. Which one of the following is not a reason for social difference due to accident birth ?

(i) Male-Female
(ii) Tall-Short
(iii) Rich-Poor
(iv) Fair-Dark.

(iii) Rich-Poor

Q20. In a democracy political expression of social divisions is very:

(i) abnormal and cannot be healthy
(ii) normal and can be healthy
(iii) important for proper functioning
(iv) none of the above

(ii) normal and can be healthy

Q21. What is the society with similar kinds of people called?

(i) Homogeneous
(ii) Heterogeneous
(iii) Humane
(iv) Humble

(i) Homogeneous

Q22. Which of the following countries are divided between Protestant and Catholics ?

(i) Netherlands and Northern Ireland
(ii) Japan and China
(iii) Nepal and Sri Lanka
(iv) None of these.

(i) Netherlands and Northern Ireland

Q23. Most social divisions are based on:

(i) accident of birth
(ii) accident of community
(iii) accident of trade
(iv) none of the above

(i) accident of birth

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