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Social solidarity: Quiz


Question 1: International solidarity is “not an act of charity but an act of unity between allies fighting on different terrains toward the same objectives.” - ________
Mozambique (Portugal)Portuguese Colonial WarMozambiqueSamora Machel

Question 2: In simple societies it may be mainly based around ________ and shared values.

Question 3: `Asabiyya is neither necessarily ________ nor based on blood relations.

Question 4: “Unlike solidarity, which is horizontal and takes place between equals, charity is top-down, humiliating those who receive it and never challenging the implicit power relations.”[7] - ________
Latin AmericaEduardo GaleanoMario BenedettiUruguay

Question 5: `Asabiyyeah refers to social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness, and social cohesion, originally in a context of "tribalism" and "clanism", but sometimes used for moderen ________ as well.
NationalismFascismLeft-wing nationalismAnti-nationalism

Question 6: The term is generally employed in sociology and the other ________.
PseudoscienceNatural scienceScientific methodSocial sciences

Question 7: [4] In simpler societies (e.g., tribal), solidarity is usually based on ________ ties of familial networks.

Question 8: In the modern period, the term is generally analogous to ________.
Lech WałęsaMikhail GorbachevBerlin WallSolidarity (Polish trade union)

Question 9: ________'s Muqaddimah described it as the fundamental bond of human society and the basic motive force of history.
AverroesEarly Islamic philosophyIslamic philosophyIbn Khaldun


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