Introduction of Sociology
Contribution of Western and Indian Sociologists
- Introduction to Western Sociologists
- Abdul Rahman Ibn-khaldun
- Auguste Comte (1798-1857)
- Law of Three Stages
- Harriet Martineau (1802 – 1876)
- Emile Durkheim (1858-1917)
- Durkheims’ Theory of Suicide
- William Du Bois (1868 – 1963)
- Karl Marx (1818-1883)
- Marxian Theory of ‘Class Conflict’
- Introduction to Indian Sociologists
- Dr. G. S. Ghurye (1893-1983)
- Dr. M. N. Srinivas (1916-1999)
- Dr. Iravati Karve (1905-1970)
Basic Concepts in Sociology
- Introduction of Society
- Definition of Society
- Characteristics of Society
- Introduction of Community
- Definition of Community
- Elements of Community
- Introduction of Social Group
- Definition of Social Group
- Characteristics of Social Group
- Types of Social Group
- Concept of Social Status
- Types of Social Status
- Concept of Social Role
- Social Role Related Concept
- Concept of Social Norms
- Types of Social Norms
- Concept of Social Institutions
- Characteristics of Social Institutions
- Concept of Family
- Functions of Family
- Forms of Family
- Twenty-first Century Families
- Concept of Marriage
- Forms of Marriage
- Family, Marriage and Kinship
- Economy and Work
- Concept of Education
- Types of Education
- Importance of Education
- Education and Social Division
Introduction of Sociology:
Sociology is a different discipline of knowledge. It attempts to give an overall idea of the nature of Sociology.
The emergence of Sociology and the social and intellectual conditions of the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe. Initially, Sociology as a discipline emerged in Europe.
Sociology emerged as an independent and separate discipline only around the middle of the 19th century. The emergence of Sociology, no doubt has changed the approach to the study of human society. It became a distinct, unique, and young social science.
The major concern of Sociology is society, particularly human society, hence it is popularly known as the science of society. Hence, it is a social science. It has acquired a distinct status for itself.
Sociology is also concerned with the life and activities of human beings. It studies the origin and development of human society - its structure and functions. It determines the relationship and interdependence between different elements of social life. It focuses on stability and change in society, evolution, and revolution as well.
Correct underlined words and complete the statement.
When sociological research is done for its own sake it makes Sociology a/an applied science.
Complete the following statements by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it
The term ‘logos’ means ____________.