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Balbharati solutions for Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 4 - Social Institutions [Latest edition]

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Chapter 4: Social Institutions

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Exercise, Exercis [Pages 49 - 50]

Balbharati solutions for Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Social Institutions Exercise, Exercis [Pages 49 - 50]

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (1) | Page 49

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

A rule that prescribes marriage within a group is called ________.

  • exogamy

  • endogamy

  • polygamy

Exercis | Q 1. (A) (2) | Page 49

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

A family that comprises at least three generations is a _________ family

  • nuclear

  • joint

  • cohabitation

Exercis | Q 1. (A) (3) | Page 49

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

The 10+2+3 system is part of the __________ system of education.

  • informal

  • formal

  • Non formal

Exercis | Q 1. (B) (1) | Page 49

Correct the incorrect pair and rewrite it.

  • School - Distance education

  • Peer group - Informal education

  • Health care training - Non-formal education

  • Family - Informal education

Exercis | Q 1. (C) (1) | Page 49

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

A married couple is expected to live at the wife’s residence.

  • Homosexual marriage

  • Matrilocal

  • Heterosexual marriage

Exercis | Q 1. (C) (2) | Page 49

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

A form of marriage between persons of the same sex.

  • Homosexual marriage

  • Matrilocal

  • Heterosexual marriage

Exercis | Q 1. (D) (1) | Page 50

Correct underlined word and complete the statement.

X married Y. Later she divorced her spouse and married Z. This is an example of polygamy

Exercis | Q 1. (D) (2) | Page 50

Correct underlined word and complete the statement.

Mass production and factory system are found in agricultural society

Exercis | Q 2. (1) | Page 50

Write short notes.

Types of family based on authority

Exercis | Q 2. (2) | Page 50

Write short notes.

Stages of economy

Exercis | Q 2. (3) | Page 50

Write short notes.

Importance of education

Exercis | Q 3. (1) | Page 50

Write differences.
Matriarchal family and Patriarchal family

Exercis | Q 3. (2) | Page 50

Write differences.

Agricultural revolution and Industrial revolution

Exercis | Q 4. (1) | Page 50

Explain the following concept with an example.

Cohabitation

Exercis | Q 4. (2) | Page 50

Explain the following concept with an example.

Formal Education

Exercis | Q 5. (1) | Page 50

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

In a modernizing society, the role of parents are changing.

  • True

  • False

Exercis | Q 5. (2) | Page 50

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

India is in the stage of industrial revolution.

  • True

  • False

Exercis | Q 6. (1) | Page 50

Give your personal response.

What are your views about free choice marriage?

Exercis | Q 6. (2) | Page 50

Give your personal response.

How has the information revolution impacted your life?

Exercis | Q 7 | Page 50

Answer the following question in detail. (About 150 words)

Show how the role of family has changed in the present times. Illustrate with your own examples.

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Chapter 4: Social Institutions

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Balbharati solutions for Sociology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 4 - Social Institutions

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