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Sociology Part-II Rural, Urban and Tribal Sociology in India

Sociology Part-II Rural, Urban and Tribal Sociology in India

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789380231488
  • Approx. Pages 536 + Contents
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Description
Almost all the universities in India have prescribed two papers in the subject of sociology, namely, Sociology-I and Sociology-II in their curriculum for five years law course. Sociology-I deals with the concepts, principles and theories of the science of sociology in general. Sociology-II deals with the related topics of Indian society, namely, the trends of social change in Indian society, social process in India, major institutions of Indian society; development and cultural values in India and social problems in India. The author has already presented the book 'Sociology-I' and now is presenting the rook 'Sociology-II.' Different universities have emphasised different topics. On the basis of the syllabus of the Bar Council of India and syllabi of different universities, the author has dealt with all the topics related to Indian society based on the books referred to in the Bibliography. The author expresses his sincere gratitude to the great authors and publishers of the references. The author is, further, thankful to the publishers M/s. Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad for bringing out this 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 readers and faculty members for improvement are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.
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Contents
Unit I : Indian Society

Chapter 1    :    Human Ecology
Chapter 2    :    Sociology as a Discipline
Chapter 3    :    Features of Indian Society
Chapter 4    :    Development of Indian Society
Chapter 5    :    Unity and Diversity of Indian Society
Chapter 6    :    Community
Chapter 7    :    Rural Community
Chapter 8    :    Urban Community
Chapter 9    :    Tribal Community
Unit II : Diversities of Indian Society
Chapter 1    :    India as a Plural Society
Chapter 2    :    Culture in India and its Diversities
Chapter 3    :    Linguistic Diversities in India
Chapter 4    :    Religious Diversities in India
Chapter 5    :    Races in India
Chapter 6    :    Political Diversities in India
Chapter 7    :    Economic Diversities in India
Chapter 8    :    Cultural Organisations in India
Chapter 9    :    Political Economics and Cultural Communities
Unit III : Major Institutions of Indian Society
Chapter 1    :    Marriage
Chapter 2    :    Family
Chapter 3    :    Tribes in the Traditional Order
Chapter 4    :    Caste in the Traditional Order
Chapter 5    :    Class and Stratification in India
Chapter 6    :    Backward Classes in India
Chapter 7    :    Reservations for SCs, STs, OBCs and Women
Chapter 8    :    Village
Chapter 9    :    Gram Swarajya
Chapter 10  :    Community Development
Chapter 11  :     Rural Poverty (Problem of Poverty)
Chapter 12  :    Bonded Labour
Chapter 13  :    Agricultural Labour
Chapter 14  :    Rural Employment in India
Chapter 15  :    Municipalities and Corporations
Chapter 16  :    Environmental Issues in India
Chapter 17  :    Role of GOs and NGOs in Combating Rural and Urban Problems
Chapter 18  :    Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Combating Rural and Urban Problems
Unit IV : Indian Culture
Chapter 1    :    Indian Cultural Values
Chapter 2    :    Cultural Continuity (Development)
Chapter 3    :    Impact of Muslim Culture
Chapter 4    :    Impact of British Culture
Unit V : Social Change
Chapter 1    :    Social Change in India
Chapter 2    :    Social Change in Ancient India
Chapter 3    :    Social Change in Medieval India
Chapter 4    :    Social Change in Modern India
Chapter 5    :    Sanskritisation as a Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 6    :    Islamization as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 7    :    Parochialisation as a Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 8    :    Secularisation as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 9    :    Westernisation as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 10  :    Modernisation as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 11  :     Industrialisation as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 12  :    Urbanisation as a as Process of Social Change in India
Chapter 13  :    Universalisation (Internationalisation)
Chapter 14  :    Globalisation
Unit VI : Social Work
Chapter 1    :    The Social Work as Profession
Chapter 2    :    Methods and Techniques of Sociology and Social Case Work
Chapter 3    :    Social Group Work
Chapter 4    :    Community Development and Social Action
Unit VII : Social Problems in India
Chapter 1    :    Corruption
Chapter 2    :    Crime
Chapter 3    :    Communal Tensions
Chapter 4    :    Unemployment
Chapter 5    :    Women and Society
Chapter 6    :    Dowry
Chapter 7    :    Prostitution
Chapter 8    :    Atrocities against Women
Chapter 9    :    Problems of Working Women
Chapter 10  :    Problems of Handicapped
Chapter 11  :     Problems of Aged
Chapter 12  :    Problems of Weaker Sections
Chapter 13  :    Problems of Vagrancy and Beggary
Chapter 14  :    Problem of Alcoholism and Youth
Chapter 15  :    Coercion
Chapter 16  :    Conflict
Unit VIII : Law and Society
Chapter 1    :    Law and Sociology
Chapter 2    :    Sociology of Legal Profession
Chapter 3    :    Sociological Implications of Major Laws
Chapter 4    :    Law as Instrument of Social Change
Chapter 5    :    Law and Public Opinion
Chapter 6    :    Role of Local Bodies in Law Enforcement
Chapter 7    :    Gram Nyayalaya
Chapter 8    :    Lok Adalats
Chapter 9    :    The Right to Information Act, 2005
Chapter 10  :    Legal Literacy
Bibliography
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Author Details
Dr.S.R. Myneni : M.A; M.Ed.; LL.M; Ph.D.
Bibliography
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