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Sociology (For Law Students)

Sociology (For Law Students)

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Publisher: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789391787400
  • Approx. Pages 556 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 21 x 14 cms
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Description
Sociology is the science of society in which we live. As man is a social animal, the study of sociology makes a man perfect. Hence, sociology has been prescribed as a subject for law students. This book is written based on the syllabus of the Bar Council of India and the syllabi of different universities. The content of the subject has been presented in five units-(i) Sociology as a Science of Society; (ii) Basic Concepts in Sociology; (iii) Social Institutions; (iv) Social Stratification; and (v) Social Change in India. The author expresses his sincere gratitude to the great authors and publishers of the references given in the Bibliography. The author is grateful to Dr. N. Ashok Kumar, Ph.D. (Sociology) Professor, Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies, Usmania University, Hyderabad for the illuminating foreword. Further, the author is thankful to the publishers M/s. Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad for bringing out the book in an attractive form. It is hoped that the present volume will meet in a great measure the needs of those for whom it is meant. Suggestions from the readers for improvement are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.

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Contents
Unit I: Sociology as a Science of Society

1. Origin, Nature and Scope of Sociology
2. Relationship between Sociology and other Social Science
3. Methods and Techniques used in Sociology
4. Human Society
5. Theories of the Origin of Society
6. Law and Society
Unit II: Basic Concepts in Sociology
1. Social Structure, Social Organization, Social System
2. Social Group and Crowd
3. Institution, Association and Community
4. Status and Roles
5. Norms and Values
6. Culture and Personality
7. Socialisation
8. Social Interaction
Unit III: Social Process and Change
1. Social Process
2. Social Deviation and Disorganisation
3. Social control
4. Concept of Social Change, Evolution and Progress of Social Change
5. Theories of Social Change
6. Factors of Social Change
Unit IV: Social Institutions
1. Marriage
2. Family
3. The Kinship
4. Economic Institutions
5. Political Institutions
6. Religious Institutes and Society
7. Educational Institutes and Society
Unit V: Social Differentiation and Stratification
1. Social Differentiation
2. Social Stratification
Second Semester
Unit I: Features of Indian Society

1. Development of Indian Society
2. Unity in Diversity of India
3. Tribes in the Traditional Order
4. Rural Community
5. Urban Community
Unit II: Major Social Institutions In India
1. Joint Family in India
2. Marriage Systems in India
3. Caste in the Traditional and contemporary India
4. Class in contemporary India
5. Backward Classes in India
Unit III: Continuity and Change in Indian Society
1. Law and Social Change
2. Processes of Trends of Social Change in India
3. Reservations for SCs, STs, OBCs and Woman
4.Social Changes in Modern India
Unit IV: Social Problems
1. Corruption
2. Crime
3. Communal Tensions
4. Unemployment
5. Women and Society (Gender based Inequalities)
6. Youth and Society
7. Problems of Handicapped, Aged and Weaker Sections
8. Sociological Implications of Major Laws
9. Sociology of Legal Profession
Bibliography
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Author Details
Dr. S.R. Myneni,
M.A., M.Ed., LL.M., Ph.D., P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass
Communication, P.G. Diploma in Econometrics, P.G. Diploma
in Mathematics Ekadhika in Vedic Mathematicss,
Rashtra Bhasha Praveena (Hindi) Diploma in Russian Language.
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