MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science: Ch 7 Nationalism

MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science: Ch 7 Nationalism

1. The '' Gujral Doctrine'' was adopted in
(a) 1985.
(b) 1989.
(c) 1992.
(d) 1996.
► (d) 1996.

2. The history for a nation helps to develop
(a) Sense of continuing historical identity.
(b) Racial superiority.
(c) Regionalism.
(d) Political differences.
► (a) Sense of continuing historical identity.

3. Canada mainly has
(a) English speaking people.
(b) French speaking people.
(c) English and French speaking people.
(d) Spanish speaking people.
► (c) English and French speaking people.

4. A hindrance in the development of nationalism is
(a) Strong historical legacy.
(b) Communalism.
(c) Emotional integration.
(d) Common civilisation.
► (b) Communalism.

5. Which of the following is not a difference between State and Nation?
(a) State has four essentials elements but no essential elements of a Nation.
(b) Idea of oneness is essential for the Nation but not for the State.
(c) Sovereignty is essential for the State and not for the Nation.
(d) Sovereignty is essential for the Nation and not for the State.
► (d) Sovereignty is essential for the Nation and not for the State.

6. The key exponent of the modern idea of nation state was
(a) Karl Marx.
(b) J.S Mill.
(c) G.W.F Hegel.
(d) Rousseau.
► (c) G.W.F Hegel.

7. The word 'Nation' is derived from which language?
(a) Greek
(b) French
(c) Latin
(d) Russian
► (c) Latin

8. Identify an option which is not the symbol of Indian nationalism
(a) National Anthem.
(b) Republic day parade.
(c) National flag.
(d) Communal violence.
► (d) Communal violence.

9. Liberal nationalism is not characterised by
(a) Every nation has separate entity.
(b) Nationalism based on blood and race.
(c) Opposed to colonialism.
(d) Right of every nation to make economic and cultural progress in its own way.
► (b) Nationalism based on blood and race.

10. Which of the following elements is responsible for the promotion of Nationalism?
(a) Common Motherland
(b) Common Language
(c) Common Race
(d) All of these above
► (d) All of these above

11. The German nation was first unified by
(a) European Union.
(b) Austria.
(c) Prussia.
(d) Russia.
► (c) Prussia.

12. Who is the main supporter of the principle of One Nation, One State?
(a) European Union.
(b) G.W.F Hegel.
(c) J.S Mill.
(d) Rousseau.
► (c) J.S Mill.

13. In the nineteenth century, Germany and Italy denoted the examples of
(a) break up of empires.
(b) unification.
(c) lack of nationalism.
(d) dictatorship.
► (b) unification.

14. East Timor gained independence from
(a) British.
(b) Russia.
(c) Portugual.
(d) China.
► (c) Portugual.
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