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‘Expansion of trade, division of labour, specialisation and rising productivity’ are the features of
Capitalism increased the growth of individualism and the process of free competition for greater profit maximization.
Unit of social structure is
Social structure is a patterned way of all these parts or units.
The term 'social structure' means that society
The correct option is Option A.
Social stratification refers to a society's categorization of its people into groups based on socioeconomic factors like wealth, income, race, education, ethnicity, gender, occupation, social status, or derived power (social and political).
According to Emile Durkheim, societies exert constraint over
Durkheim in discussing about social facts elaborated the role of social structure in determining the actions of an individual as a member of society.
With co-operation, conflict and competition are also the parts of
Competition and conflict rises where surplus is produced and on that basis a gap forms between haves and haves not.
The universal features of all societies are
In every society of the world, these three processes are very common and therefore they are universal.
The form of social cohesion that is based on division of labour is known as
More division of labour is based on the specialisation of work and in that social cohesion is called as organic solidarity.
The notion that ‘human beings have to cooperate to meet their basic needs, and to produce and reproduce themselves and their world’ was supported by
Functionalist and Conflict approaches both supported the role of ‘co-operation’ in society though in different contexts.
'The clash of interests' is known as
The bases of conflict may be different. It may be class or caste conflict, race or gender conflict etc. Conflict is a social process.
Admission procedures, codes of conduct, daily assemblies, annual functions and school anthems are the examples of
Abovementioned pattern in schools are repeated and this repetition forms the structure of schools.