Monday, 30 December 2019

Social science Textook standard 7

Social change means a change in the form of any social process, a change in the way and a change in form. To understand the concept of social change, we will look at some definitions of social change.Kingsley Davis: Social change is the emergence of other alternatives in the structure or function of the social organization. Iver Maciver & Page: Human-made habitat, attitudes and physical changes are social changes. Ø Miler: The change in social relations in the context of a fixed time frame is a social change. Ø Bhatia: 

Social change is the change in one's attitudes, attitudes and behaviors to adapt to a physically or socially changing environment due to other factors. * Social Change: Concept - Analyzing all the above definitions will be more evident in the concept of social change. Social change means - Changes to human habitation, ideas, beliefs, attitudes, traditions, and systems. માં Changes in social structures, in social patterns, in social interactions or in social functions. 

Changes to one's habits, attitudes, and motives to adapt to the environment, especially to the social environment, such as becoming a better member of society or a citizen. * Factors that bring about social change: Several factors are responsible for bringing about social change. Such factors are physical factors or natural factors. For example, earthquakes, volcanoes, floods or fires that make people homeless and destitute. This situation forces people to change their way of life, often forcing them to migrate. Here are some of the factors that bring about social change. 1. Demographic Factor: Population growth is responsible for bringing about social change in many ways. The rapid population growth in India creates many social problems. Excessive population growth factors in large cities, propagation of schooling systems, promotion of offspring regulation, small family happy families, son-daughter uniformity, etc. are the factors motivated by population growth. In addition, due to population growth, migration means living in cities. Living in another country can also be considered a social change. 2. Political Factor: The political factor often causes social change. Changes in the social structure of communist countries due to communist ideology, India's social status during Gandhi's non-violent fight for independence, social status of the post-war country, etc. are examples of social change which arises due to political factors.
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