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Balbharati solutions for Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - Basic Concepts in Sociology [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Basic Concepts in Sociology

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Exercise [Pages 33 - 34]

Balbharati solutions for Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Basic Concepts in Sociology Exercise [Pages 33 - 34]

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (1) | Page 33

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Society is based on ___________.

  • co-operation

  • competition

  • conflict

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (2) | Page 33

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Villages are a part of _______________  community.

  • rural

  • city

  • metropolitan

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (3) | Page 33

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Family is an example of a __________ group.

  • large

  • primary

  • formal

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (4) | Page 33

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.

Social status refers to _________ in a group.

  • function

  • position

  • purpose

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (1) | Page 34

Correct the incorrect pair and rewrite it.

  • Family - Voluntary group

  • Caste - Involuntary group

  • Village - Primary group

  • Work place - Secondary group

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (1) | Page 34

Identify the appropriate term from the given options in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.

Punctuality in class is the duty of a student.

  • Role

  • Folkways

  • Society

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (2) | Page 34

Identify the appropriate term from the given options in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.

In many places in India, eating with hands is a common practice

  • Role

  • Folkways

  • Society

Exercise | Q 1. (D) (1) | Page 34

Correct underlined words and complete the statement.

Norms which can be applied in daily life are called ideal norms.

Exercise | Q 1. (D) (2) | Page 34

Correct underlined words and complete the statement.

Family is an example of a/an voluntary group.

Exercise | Q 2. (1) | Page 34

Write short notes.

Characteristics of society

Exercise | Q 2. (2) | Page 34

Write short notes.

Characteristics of primary groups

Exercise | Q 2. (3) | Page 34

Write short notes.

Types of norms

Exercise | Q 3. (1) | Page 34

Write differences.

Primary group and Secondary group

Exercise | Q 3. (2) | Page 34

Write differences.

Involuntary group and Voluntary group

Exercise | Q 4. (1) | Page 34

Explain the following concept with suitable examples.

Reference Group

Exercise | Q 4. (2) | Page 34

Explain the following concept with suitable examples.

Role Conflict

Exercise | Q 5. (1) | Page 34

State whether the following statement is True or False with reasons.

Society never changes.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 5. (2) | Page 34

State whether the following statement is True or False with reasons.

People living in a community must have awareness of sharing a way of life

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 6 | Page 34

Complete the concept map


Exercise | Q 7. (1) | Page 34

Give your personal response.

Show how folkways, mores and laws may clash with each other

Exercise | Q 7. (2) | Page 34

Give your personal response.

Do you think that role conflict is inevitable in social life?

Exercise | Q 8 | Page 34

Answer the following question in detail(About 150 words)

Identify any two secondary groups of which you are a member. Discuss any four characteristics with reference to the groups that you have named.

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Chapter 3: Basic Concepts in Sociology

Exercise
Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board - Shaalaa.com

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Concepts covered in Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 Basic Concepts in Sociology are Introduction of Society, Introduction of Social Group, Concept of Social Status, Concept of Social Norms, Concept of Social Role, Introduction of Community, Definition of Society, Characteristics of Society, Elements of Community, Definition of Community, Characteristics of Social Group, Definition of Social Group, Types of Social Group, Types of Social Status, Social Role Related Concept, Types of Social Norms.

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