OUTLINE – Lecture 4

OUTLINE – Lecture 4 - CREATION OF HUMAN...

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OUTLINE – Lecture 4 SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIAL INSITUTIONS 1. SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS A. WHAT ARE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS? B. MAIN FEATURES C. OPERATION OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS 2. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS A. WHAT ARE SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS? B. FUNCTIONS C. INTERDEPENDENCE 1. SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS A. WHAT ARE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS? STABLE PATTERNS OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS IN A SOCIETY B. MAIN FEATURES · ESTABLISHED STRUCTURING · COORDINATED FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES · THE END-THE RESULTS · THE AGENTS OF ORDERING: I. HUMAN AGENTS II. SOCIO-CULTURAL AGENTS C. OPERATION OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
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Unformatted text preview: CREATION OF HUMAN RELATIONS PROVISIONS OF NEEDS AND WANTS CREATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SOCIAL ORDER PREDICTABILITY 2. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS A. WHAT ARE SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS? ALL THE BELIEFS AND ALL THE MODES OF CONDUCT INSTITUTED BY THE COLLECTIVITIY (DURKHEIM, 1938) SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS THAT GOVERN HUMAN NEEDS B. FUNCTIONS OF SOCIAL INSITUTIONS ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES SOCIALIZATION EDUCATION SOCIAL CONTROL RELIGION PRESERVATION AND TRANSMISSION OF CULTURE C. INTERDEPENDENCE...
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