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Discuss the different aspects of the term ‘society’. How is it different from your common sense of understanding?

[0.011000000000000001] Sociology and Society
Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Sociology and Society
Concept: Introduction of Sociology and Society

Discuss the different aspects of the term ‘society’. How is it different from your common sense of understanding?

[0.011000000000000001] Sociology and Society
Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Sociology and Society
Concept: Introduction of Sociology and Society

Why do we need to use special terms and concepts in sociology?

[0.012] Terms, Concepts and Their Use in Sociology
Chapter: [0.012] Terms, Concepts and Their Use in Sociology
Concept: Terms, Concepts and Their Use in Sociology

Discuss the kind of rights that exist in your society. How do they affect your life?

[0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Concept: Understanding Social Institutions

Write an essay on school as a social institution. Draw from both your reading as well as your personal observations.

[0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Concept: Understanding Social Institutions

Discuss how these social institutions interact with each other. You can start the discussion from yourself as a senior school student. And move on to how you are shaped by different social institutions. Are you entirely controlled or can you also resist and redefine social institutions?

[0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Understanding Social Institutions
Concept: Understanding Social Institutions

How does the understanding of culture in social science differ from the everyday use of the word `culture’?

[0.013999999999999999] Culture and Socialisation
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] Culture and Socialisation
Concept: Culture and Socialisation

Why is the question of a scientific method particularly important in sociology?

[0.015] Doing Sociology : Research Methods
Chapter: [0.015] Doing Sociology : Research Methods
Concept: Doing Sociology : Research Methods

Describe in your own words what you understand by the term `ecology’.

[0.023] Environment and Society
Chapter: [0.023] Environment and Society
Concept: Environment and Society

Why is ecology not limited only to the forces of nature?

[0.023] Environment and Society
Chapter: [0.023] Environment and Society
Concept: Environment and Society

Describe the two-way process by which social environments emerge.

[0.023] Environment and Society
Chapter: [0.023] Environment and Society
Concept: Environment and Society

Why and how does social organisation shape the relationship between the environment and society?

[0.023] Environment and Society
Chapter: [0.023] Environment and Society
Concept: Environment and Society

Why is environmental management a complex and huge task for society?

[0.023] Environment and Society
Chapter: [0.023] Environment and Society
Concept: Environment and Society

Can you identify any ideas or theories which have led to the formation of social movements in India in recent times?

[0.024] Introducing Western Sociologists
Chapter: [0.024] Introducing Western Sociologists
Concept: Introducing Western Sociologists

How did Ananthakrishna Iyer and Sarat Chandra Roy come to practice social anthropology?

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists

What were the main arguments on either side of the debate about how to relate to tribal communities?

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists

Outline the positions of Herbert Risley and G.S. Ghurye on the relationship between race and caste in India.

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists

Summarise the social anthropological definition of caste.

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists

What does D.P. Mukerji mean by a `living tradition’? Why did he insist that Indian sociologists be rooted in this tradition?

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists

What are the specificities of Indian culture and society, and how do they affect the pattern of change?

[0.025] Indian Sociologists
Chapter: [0.025] Indian Sociologists
Concept: Indian Sociologists
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