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Encyclopaedia of Teaching of Sociology (In 3 Volumes)

Jainendra Kumar Jha (Editor)
Synopsis Sociology is distinguished by two characteristics. Firstly, by its approach to phenomena—the approach of science, and second, by its subject matter—human interaction. In brief, sociology is the scientific study of human interaction. Sociology, does not however, study everything that happens in society or under social conditions. For example, sociologists study religion only in so far as it affects social relationship, i.e. the relationship of man to man, of one group to another, or of one group to the whole society. In other words, sociology is concerned with the ‘whole’ of human society. The value of sociology lies in the fact that it keeps us up-to-date on modern situations; it contributes in making good citizens; it contributes to the solution of community problems; it adds to the knowledge of the society; it helps the individual find his relation to society; it identifies good government with community and its helps one to understand causes of things and so on. The question of the importance of sociology is today not a question of whether or not we should have it but a question of how the knowledge acquired by it can be used. This work is designed to bring together succinct information on all fundamental issues concerned with sociology with particular emphasis on teaching aspect of the subject.
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Title Encyclopaedia of Teaching of Sociology (In 3 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 812610984X
length vii+280p.; viii+279p.; viii+292p., Illustrations; 26cm