“the Five Basic Components of Human Societies”

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“The Five basic Components of Human Societies”


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1. Language has an indefinite number of uses in addition to the communication of information.  Many of these uses are non-logical.   Oftentimes, misunderstandings occur when language form is confused with language functions.  

The first function is informative: essentially, the communication of information, the second function is expressive and then the third function is directive.

Language is the method of communication. Verbal communication includes rules for combining its components, such as words while non verbal is not. Verbal communication is one way for people to communicate face-to-face.

2. Technology is information about how to use the material resources of the environment to satisfy human needs and desires. science is used to refer to search for general information about the natural world, without regard to its immediate practical uses. Technology is used to refer to the pursuit of information for specific practical ends or purposes and to the application of scientific information to practical problems.

3. Population- this refers to the collectivity of the members of a specific society and is often described in terms of two aspects.

(a) The first aspect of population is the characteristics that reflect our species that is common genetic heritage. Specifying this traits is through examining genotype without cultural influences and the complexity of genetic itself. Hence, people and their societies are profoundly influenced by the genetic heritage of our species as well as by their culture.

(b) The second aspect of population is variable properties of population include such as size, density, age and sex composition, graphical distribution, birth death rate. These characteristics vary among societies.

Demography is the statistical study of human population. It encompasses the study of the size and distribution.This seems...
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