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Solving Social Problems

A perusal of social problems that affect mankind today indicates that it is not the nature of these problems, but the level of their operation that causes them. The solving of a social problem depend upon finding out the causes of troublesome social conditions which create the problem. As already stated, prove every social problem […]

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Stages in the development of Social Problem

Stages in the development of Social Problem is defined by many sociologist. We will study some models of famous ideas that defines this. Stages in the development of Social Problem We will study the ideas of following famous sociologist in this field. Fuller and Myres Blumer Spector and Kitsuse According to Fuller and Myers- Fuller […]

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Jan
23

Social Problems Approaches

Social Problems Approaches: Social problems have been analysed scientifically. Below we examine some of the theoretical approaches which present universal explanations for all type of social problems. Social Problems Approaches There are many types of social approaches that can be used to define the social problem. Social Disorganisation Approach Cultural Lag Approach Value Conflict Approach […]

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Jan
23

Causes of Social Problems

Social problems arise about pathological social conditions. They occur in all societies simple as well as complex. What it means is that where is your and when we were a relationship is affected between a group of individuals, it leads to maladjustments and conflicts. Characteristics of social problem Reactions to social problems Social problems Approaches […]

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Jan
23

Characteristics of Social Problems

On the basis of concept of social problems, we can identify the following characteristics of social problem: All social problems our situation which have injurious consequences for society. All social problems are deviations from the ideal situation. All social problems have some common basis of origin. All social problems are social in origin. All social […]

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Jan
23

Reactions to Social Problems

Reactions to Social Problems: Different people react differently to social problems. the differences may be explained in terms of the following four factors: An attitude of unconcern: Many pupil remain indifferent to a problem thinking that it does not affect them. Sometimes their own individual problems like family tensions and job pressures keep them so […]

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Jan
23

Social Problems

Today, ‘Social Problems‘ is considered a sub-discipline of sociology. Sociology is a very vast field, encompassing such sub-disciplines as the sociology of family, sociology of crime and delinquency, sociology of education, sociology of environment etc Drug abuse, alcoholism, ageing, population explosion corruption age inequality child abuse terrorism population power environmental degradation unemployment and crime against […]

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Jan
22

CTET Syllabus

CTET Syllabus: The Central board of secondary education (CBSE) is going to conduct the CTET Exam of this year. There will be two phases of exam Paper I and Paper II. CTET Paper I (Primary Stage) will be for the candidates who intend to teach Class I to V CTET Paper II (Elementary Stage) will […]

By Sarkari Focus | Teaching Job . Jobs
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Jan
21

CTET Exam

Central Teacher Eligibility Test CTET exam conducted twice a year to determine the eligibility of candidates for appointment as teachers. The Ministry of Education, Govt. of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the CTET to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi. Exam process is open, fair and transparent, qualifying Central TET is […]

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Jan
20

Plateaus – Definition, Types, Formation, Indian Plateau

A plateau is a large high area of flat land. It is also known as a high plain or a tableland. Plateaus can be formed by a number of processes, including upwelling of volcanic magma, extrusion of lava, and erosion by water and glaciers. Formation– Plateaus can be formed by many processes including upwelling of […]

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