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Chapter 5: Social Movements in India

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Balbharati solutions for Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Social Movements in India Exercise, Exercises [Page 81]

Exercise | Q Q.1.(A) (1) | Page 81

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.
The Chipko Movement is for _______.

  • women’s empowerment

  • labour rights

  • saving the environment

Exercise | Q Q.1.(A) (2) | Page 81

Complete the following statement by choosing the correct alternative given in the bracket and rewrite it.
The Bhartiya Lok Dal was started in the year _______.

  • 1954

  • 1964

  • 1974

Exercise | Q Q.1.(B) (1) | Page 81

Correct the incorrect pair and rewrite it.

  1. Women’s Movement – Gender equality
  2. International Decade of Women – From 1991-2001
  3. Towards Equality – Report on the Status of Women in India
  4. Feminist Movements – India after Independence
Exercise | Q Q.1.(C) (1) | Page 81

Identify the appropriate term from the given options in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.
Leader of Narmada Bachao Andolan

  • S. A. Dange

  • Sarala Devi

  • Medha Patkar

Exercise | Q Q.1.(C) (2) | Page 81

Identify the appropriate term from the given options in the box and rewrite it against the given statement.
Significant role in the Trade Union Movement.

  • S. A. Dange

  • Sarala Devi

  • Medha Patkar

Exercise | Q Q.1.(D) (1) | Page 81

Correct the underlined words and complete the statement.
The first Kisan Congress held in 1935 led to the establishment of United Trade Union Congress.

Exercise | Q Q.1.(D) (2) | Page 81

Correct the underlined words and complete the statement.
The Women’s Indian Association was formed in Bombay.

Exercise | Q Q.2 (1) | Page 81

Write short notes.
Farmers' Movement

Exercise | Q Q.2 (2) | Page 81

Write short notes.
Characteristics of social movement

Exercise | Q Q.3 (1) | Page 81

Write differences.
Pre-Independence and Post-Independence periods of the Women’s Movement in India

Exercise | Q Q.4 (1) | Page 81

Explain the following concepts with examples.
Social Movement :

Exercise | Q Q.4 (2) | Page 81

Explain the following concepts with examples.
Environmental Movement:

Exercises | Q Q.5 | Page 81

Complete the concept map.

Exercises | Q Q.6 (1) | Page 81

Give your personal response.

Has the study of Environmental Education had any effect on your behaviour?

Exercises | Q Q.6 (2) | Page 81

Give your personal response.

Why is it important to raise social concerns through social movements?

Exercises | Q Q.7 | Page 81

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

‘Social movements play an important role in bringing about changes in society.’ With reference to this statement, choose any two different social movements that you have studied and comment on:

  1. the issues related to the movement, and
  2. how the movement has brought about changes in Indian society.
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Chapter 5: Social Movements in India

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Concepts covered in Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 5 Social Movements in India are Meaning and Nature of Social Movement, Types of Social Movements, Causes of Social Movements, Social Movements and Social Change, Womens’ Movement in India, Workers’ Movements, Farmer's Movements, Environmental Movement in India.

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