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CBSE - Class 11 - Sociology

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Video Sociology and Society. A society is a group of people who share a common culture, occupy a territorial area and are bound to each other by a common history.

Video Terms Concepts and Their Use in Sociology. As opposed to commonsensical knowledge, Sociology like any other science has its own body of concepts, theories and methods of data collection.

Video Understanding Social Institutions. The word "family" has been taken from the Roman word "familus" meaning "servant". In Roman law, the word denoted the group of producers and slaves and other servants as well as the members connected by common descent or marriage.

Video Culture and Socialisation. Society is defined as a web of social relationships. All human societies are marked by culture. Tyler defines culture as the "complex whole which includes knowledge, beliefs, art, morals, law, customs and other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society."

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Video Social Change and Social Order in Rural and Urban Society. Change is the most permanent feature of any society. Social change can be defined as transformation in the methods of thinking and working of people. It is basically changes in social structures and social relationships of a society. Social change occurs due to physical, social, demographic, cultural and technological factors.

Video Introducing Western Sociologists. Sociology is sometimes called the child of the 'age of revolution'. Three revolutions paved the way for the emergence of sociology: the Enlightenment, or the scientific revolution; the French Revolution; and the Industrial Revolution.

Video Indian Sociologists. In India, interest in sociological ways of thinking is a little more than a century old, but formal university teaching of sociology only began in 1919 at the University  of Bombay.



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