FDI issues and challenges in India

Topics: Sociology, Social stratification, Social movement Pages: 2 (390 words) Published: July 26, 2014
F.Y.B.A. Revised Syllabus (2008-2009)
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY G-1
Section-I (First Term)
Chapter-1 : Sociology as a Science
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Lecture hours per chapter

Definition, Subject matter and Scope of Sociology
Nature of Sociology as a Science,
Perspectives in Sociology,
Development of Sociology as a discipline in India : A brief historical Outline Importance and Application of Sociology – Public Sociology – Information Society and Social Problems, Policy Making and Action Programme.

(17)

Chapter-2 : Some Basic Concepts
a) Society – Definition and Characteristics
b) Social Structure – Definition and Elements of Social Structure, c) Social Groups – Definition, Characteristics and Types (Primary Secondary and In group – Out group)
d) Social Institutions : Meaning and Characteristics, illustration of family and religion as social institutions.
(13)
Chapter-3 : Individual and Society
a)
b)
c)
d)

Culture – Definition, Types elements and Characteristics
Socialization – Definition, Aims, Agencies, Re-socialization Social Control – Definition and types of Social control
Conformity and Deviance – Definition of ‘Conformity’ and ‘Deviance’ (18)
Section-II (Second Term)

Chapter-4 : Social Satisfaction and Mobility
a) Definition of Inequality and Social Stratification
b) Definition and Characteristics of Caste, Class, Ethnicity and Gender c) Social Mobility : Meaning and Types
(13)

Chapter-5 : Social Movements
a) Definition and Nature of Social Movements
b) Structural Preconditions of Social Movements
c) Major Types of Social Movements – (Dalit Movement, Tribal Movement, Women’s Movement) – Emergence and Phases of These Movements
(18)
Chapter-6 : Social Change
a) Definition and forms
b) Factors of Social Change : Cultural, Demographic, Technical and Geographical c) Development, Modernisation and Globalisation (Definitions and Characteristics) (17)

Reference Books
1. Haralambos, M.and R.M. Heald : Sociology :...
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