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Global Politics: Chapter Two

Instructions: For each question, click on the radio button beside your answer. When you have completed the entire quiz, click the 'Submit my answers' button at the bottom of the page to receive your results.

Question 1:

a) Communism
b) Socialism
c) Neoliberalism
d) Anarchy
e) Feudalism

Question 2:

a) ‘winner takes all’
b) ‘cooperation’
c) ‘class struggle’
d) ‘profit motive’
e) ‘exploitation’

Question 3:

a) Capital
b) Economic base
c) Political superstructure
d) Both b and c.
e) All the above.

Question 4:

a) Find new markets
b) Reduce labour costs
c) Raise prices
d) Both a and b.
e) All the above.

Question 5:

a) consumer protection
b) a ‘crisis of overproduction’
c) consumer revolution
d) price stabilization
e) Both b and c.

Question 6:

a) globalization
b) monopoly capitalism
c) imperialism
d) consumerism
e) mercantilism

Question 7:

a) outsourcing
b) colonialism
c) globalization
d) internationalization
e) industrial revolution

Question 8:

a) Traditional society
b) Pre-conditions for takeoff
c) Drive to maturity
d) Age of high consumption
e) Workers’ revolt

Question 9:

a) Marxism
b) Dependency theory
c) Postmodernism
d) World systems theory
e) Social constructivism

Question 10:

a) André Gunder Frank
b) Paul Baran
c) Raúl Prebisch
d) Fernando Henrique Cardoso
e) Enzo Faletto

Question 11:

a) André Gunder Frank
b) Immanuel Wallerstein
c) Raúl Prebisch
d) Fernando Henrique Cardoso
e) Samir Amin

Question 12:

a) Jürgen Habermas
b) Michel Foucault
c) Robert Cox
d) Antonio Gramsci
e) Theodor Adorno

Question 13:

a) the Middle Ages
b) the Enlightenment
c) the Industrial Revolution
d) the Imperial Era
e) the Information Age