Category: MSO-004 SOCIOLOGY IN INDIA

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Rules of marriages amongst some of the communities in India.

Rules of marriages amongst some of the communities in India.   Rules Regulating Marriage In all societies we find ways of regulating who may not marry whom and who may marry whom. Incest rules...

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Discuss with examples the three major approaches to understand Indian society.

Sociology, which in India is closely associated with social anthropology, is a relatively loosely-defined area of study in this country as in other parts of the globe. Different scholars adopt different approaches to it...

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Discuss the changing facts of peasant movement in India.

Discuss the changing facts of peasant movement in India. Peasant movements are important variants of social movements(Dhangare 1983). These movement can be categorized in terms of their ideological orientation, forms of grassroots mobilization, and orientation towards...

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Discuss the impact of urbanisation on social institutions like family, kinship and marriage in India.

Discuss the impact of urbanisation on social institutions like family, kinship and marriage in India. What is an ‘urban area’? The term is used in two senses – demographic and sociological. Demographically, the focus is on...

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What is secularism? Is it different from secularisation? Discuss.

What is secularism? Is it different from secularisation? Discuss. Secularism, it is said, stands for a tendency that is broad and basic, primordial and significant, in the evolution of human thought and experience. Secularism is not...

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