ISS215_LECTURE_4 - n Creation of Human Relations n...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Social Institutions and Social Organizations ISS 215 Lecture 4
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Click to edit Master subtitle style I. Social Organizations
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Outline 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
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A. What are Social Organizations? n Stable patterns of social relationships among individuals and groups in a society
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B. Main Features n Established Structure n Coordinated Functional Activities n The End (The Results) n Agents of Ordering n Human Agents n Socio-Cultural Agents
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C. Operation of Social Organizations
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Unformatted text preview: n Creation of Human Relations n Provisions of Needs and Wants n Creation and Maintenance of Social Order n Predictability Click to edit Master subtitle style 2. Social Institutions A. What are Social Institutions? n All the beliefs and all the modes of conduct instituted by the collectivity (Durkheim, 1938) n Set of Rules and Regulations that govern human needs B. Functions of Social Institutions n Economic Activities n Socialization n Education n Social Control n Religion n Preservation and Transmission of Culture D. Interdependence Politics Family Economy Education Religion...
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