The birth and growth of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s can be an example of
2.Structural strain theory
3.Resource mobilization theory
4.New age theory
A large numbers of people, who, through deliberate and sustained efforts, organize themselves to promote the interest of a particular section or a common cause of society represent
1.A social movement
2.A social revolution
3.A social transformation
4.A social process
A world system in which we use our physical environment and natural resources to meet the just needs of humanity and leave an enriched environment to the next generation is called
1.Structure of society
2.Size of society
3.Density of society
4.Life style in Society
An aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest and act for furthering the interests and will of citizens is known as:
Civil society organizations work for
Cultural traits are acquired through
1.The third sector of society
2. The watch dog of Society
3.The curator of society
4.The guardian of society
2.A way of life
Satya Shodhak Samaj was founded by
3.Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Suppression, regulation and prohibition of visual and audio matter in media that people consider as offensive and obscene is termed as
The agency that is expected to play the three roles of a watchdog, scorekeeper and gatekeeper in contemporary society is
The form of media which probes deeply into a topic of interest, such as serious crimes, political corruption or corporate wrongdoing is known as
The theories which assume that all societies follow the same path, evolving from simple to complex through uniform sequences are known as:
1.Relative deprivation disappeared
2.Relative deprivation increased
3.Relative deprivation decreased
4.There is no impact on relative deprivation
1.Increasing commercial activities
2.Social control on kinship basis
3.Increasing division of labour
4.Increasing social complexity
Which one of the following is NOT one of the stages of a social movement identified by Sociologists?
1.Initial unrest and agitation
1.Samuel A. Stouffer
Who among the following sociologists has considered purity and pollution as the primary characteristic of the caste system?
Who differentiated two approaches to the study if Indian society as the Book View and the Field View?
Who is of the opinion that, nothing can emancipate the outcastes except the destruction of the caste system?
Who said that the four Varna division is not a vertical, but a horizontal one with all castes placed on equal footing?
1.M. N. Srinivas.
Who wrote the Book ?Homo Hirearchicus??
With whom among the following are the concepts universalization and parochrialisation associated?
1.Robert R. Marret