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why is sociology important as a student of Hospitality and Tourism?
Oluwabukola Reply
★ Define family and marriage and identify their different historical types.
Abir Reply
family is a group of people who share or have common kin connection. Marriage is when two people share kin connection and have a sexual approved union between them.
Stanford
Family group of people that are by all means related by blood from two sources and they also have many things in common life face resemblance and manny more.... Marriage is simply a connection between two people of different genthers with the soul aim of building a family in a life time
Dura
what is sociology
Sonia Reply
sociology is a social science and also a mirror through which human beings look into the societies. In addition it's a study of the society.
Ameh
Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior.
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explain the positive deviance promoting growth and development in (a)socialization (b)social group pressure and coercion
Precious Reply
What is condition in india retative to socialize.
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any benefit reading of sociology
Waseem Reply
yes! there's a lot of benefits
Ameh
because it's the scientific study of society, patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture of everyday life. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, acceptance, and chang
Ameh
....e or social evolution
Ameh
what are the specific characteristics contributes to the inequality that is inherent in capitalism as an economic and social action? according to Karl Marx
Mokgohlwe Reply
the five basic social institution
GRACE Reply
French Revolution review of literature topic
Nadeem Reply
discuss it is singfinct by giving example from Pakistan socitey?
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what is social satisfaction
Calistas Reply
discuss the contribution of religion to the development your community
akinlalure Reply
pastrol society discovered that plant are cultivated for domestic use
Shahid Reply
what is the most acceptable research of sociology ?
Joseph Reply
First thinker of sociology?
Laxmi Reply
August Comte
Ayushi
Since ancient times, people have been fascinated by the relationship between individuals and the societies to which they belong. Many topics studied in modern sociology were also studied by ancient philosophers in their desire to describe an ideal society, including theories of social conflict, econ
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ancient sociologist also has given the theories of the modern sociology as well as in a modern society such as Marxist theory social conflict theory in which individual and society interact with each other only in conflict rather than consensus, but this totally depends upon the condition.
Ayushi
norms n values during socialisation
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discuss the contribution of religion to the development your community
akinlalure
Today's revision questions: 1. How can sociological theories be beneficial when studying various groups or institutions within a society? Provide some examples which support your claims. 2. Explain how each of the three major theoretical paradigms discussed in this section (structural functionalism,
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