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By- Harshit Singh Sisodia

What is Society?
Society is a system of usages and procedures, of authority and mutual aid, of many groupings and divisions, of controls of human behavior and of liberties. Society has a social structure which is the organized relationships among components of the social system.

Understanding Social Relationships

Society exist only where social beings behave towards one another in ways determined by their recognition of one another.

Types of Social Relationships: Economic - employer and employee Political - voter and candidate Personal - mother and child Friendly - two or more friends
There is a sense of community or belonging together. If it lacked so their would be no cooperative understanding by man, their would

Basic Charcterstics of Society(i)Mutual awareness (ii)Recognition

These principles are based stratification and division of labor. on social

The fundamental attribute of society is based on the sense of likeness and differences.

Functions of Society
Social Security

Socialization Interdependence

Social Control
Goal attainment Replacement Division of Labour A system of Role Allocation A system of Communication A system of Production

Causes of Migration from One Society to another:

Pattern of social relationship : If a person is economic in nature he will prefer to move at that place where there is more job opportunities. Family : If a person is willing to live with his family he will migrate for it from one society to another. Marriage : when a girl gets married she has to migrate to her in-laws house. Social Solidarity : a person will move from one society to another seeking the job opportunities he have.

Law : where the local laws are more generous, people will

Studying Society from Sociological Perspective

Sociological Perspective 1. Symbolic Interactionism Level of Analysis Focus Micro Use of Symbols; Face to face interactions.

2. Functionalism


Relationship between the parts of society; How aspects of society are functional (adaptive)

3. Conflict Theory


Competition for scarce resources; How the elite control the poor and weak