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Introduction to Sociology (SOC101)


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question kay sath answer hogay to analyse ho ga na

Its from 14.. Part 2 k liye 16 ha read kary ap.. And dialogue nahi likhny.. Ap ny analysis likhna h. Paragraph form ma.. Jase report hoti.. Intructor ny guid kia ha ya mdb ma  sudnts ko .. 

jxt ans e likhnay hain ya proper questioning b likhni h interview m??ny idea..

just question e leikhna hain..

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any media or specifically mass media (television)?

the only mass media 

yeh to bada maza ka and aik practical question hai

Why culture is important:

Culture partially defines us as human beings. It explains our way of life or is apart of that and shows our beliefs and origins. We also use culture to categorize us. We tend to group to people who are like us and group people who look alike, dress alike, act alike, and practice alike together. If you remove culture from the human society, you remove a foundation that we are used to and that we use for many things. Culture can also help us emotionally by holding us down to a routine or a way that we do something, for sanity reasons.

In human society we are all taught from an early age the difference between right and wrong. Values are therefore general beliefs in what we deem to be right and wrong. An example of a value which is adopted in most countries is that everyone has the right to live in peace without the risk of harm, torment or abuse, irrelevant of cultural, ethnic or other varying differences. We therefore as people in general, seek to strive forward with these values in mind and to adopt them in everyday life. 

Norms unlike values are not about what is considered right and wrong, but more about the actions which are deemed acceptable in a given social situation. It is often expected for example that when you go to work in an office you will wear a suit, although I appreciate that in today’s world this is not always the case. Another example is the way in which you interact with people in a social situation. It would be seen as very strange if you began laughing incoherently in the middle of a funeral, or for that matter began making jokes about death. If this were to happen you would be seen as very strange and probably rejected by that group. 
Norms are very volatile things which change from situation to situation and therefore one cannot adopt any hard rules regarding them, as they are adopted through experience of life and often by making a great many mistakes.


what is from which lesson and what not. the important thing is what they wanna ask

page no.36 and lesson no 14

phla 4adults ka interview their point of view and than parents ko kya krna chaiye etc...

2nd q.... is about culture


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