Unit 2 Rural Community 10hrs,a Socio cultural Dimensions. b Agrarian Class Structure,c Power Structure,d Panchayat Raj Institutions. Unit 3 Tribes in India 10hrs, a Meaning definitions and their geographical distribution. b Characteristics of tribes, c Social organisation of tribes marriage family kinship religion economic and political. organisations,d Tribal welfare and development in India. Unit 4 Women in Modern India 10hrs,a Demographic Profile. b Status of Women,c Constitutional Provisions and Special laws. d Development Programmes, Unit 5 Emerging Changes in the Indian Society 10hrs. a Changes in the structure and functioning of family. b Changes in marriage,c Recent trends in religion,d Changes in the caste system. Unit 6 Agencies of Social Change in India 15hrs, a Political Parties CPI in Kerala DMK in Tamil Nadu BSP in UP. b Education and Media,c Non Governmental Organizations. d State and Law, Unit 7 Soft skills reading and writing skills 05hrs. Suggested Readings, G S Ghurye Caste and Race in India Popular Prakashan Bombay 1969. Kapadia K M Marriage and Family in India Oxford University Press 1980. M N Srinivas Caste in Modern India Oxford University Press 1992. A R Desai Rural Sociology Sage Pubkications 1992,Dube S C Indian Society Popular Prakashan 1975. Bhowmik K L Tribal India Rawat Publishers 2001, Narpat Singh Changing Status of Indian Women Vista International Publishing. House New Delhi 200, Y K Sharma Indian Society Issues and Problems Lakshmi Narain Agarwal 2007. B N Singh Manas Chatterjee Ed Tribes in India RBSA Publishers 2000. Fuller C K Ed Caste Today Oxford University Press 1987. Veena Das Dipankar Gupta Patricia Oberoi Ed Tradition Pluralism and Indentity. Sage Publications 2000, Sharma K L Social Inequality in India Rawat Publications 2003. Priyam Manisha Krishna Menon Madhulika Banerjee Human Rights Gender and. the Environment 2009 Pearson,Chandhoke Neera Praveen Priyadarshi 2009 Pearson. Sen Pujan Kumar Ed Indian Society Continuity and Change 2012 Pearson. Web Resources,www indianchild com Indian society htm. www geocities com Tokyo shrine 4287 people htm,www socioweb com. sociosite net,sosig ac uk sociology,Model Question Paper. SO 112 Introduction to Indian Society,TIME 3 hrs Max Marks 70. 1 Answer any three of the following in one page each 5 x 4 20. 1 Why India is called an ethnological museum,2 Give two definitions of caste. 3 Mention five special laws for women,4 State any five rural development programmes. 5 Name any five scheduled tribes of India, II Answer any two of the following in two pages each 10 x 2 20. 6 Explain the power structure in rural India, 7 Draw the map of India Show the geographical distribution of tribes in India. 8 Show how any one political party has brought about changes in the state. III Answer any THREE of the following in 3 pages each 15 x 2 30. 9 Analyse the emerging trends in Indian family,10 Examine the status of women in India. 11 Elucidate the contributions of NGOs to social change in India. Semester II,SO 212 Developing a Sociological Perspective. Number of Credits 5 Course 75 hours,Objectives, This paper introduces students to the unique perspective of Sociology differentiating it from other. ways of studying society such as the individualistic framework students tend to assume It includes. a holistic approach of Sociology keeping in mind a general understanding of the subject its great. thinkers their contributions and the development of the subject all over the world and the methods. of Sociological Research The student is also aware of the career opportunities that await him in the. field of Sociology,Unit 1 What is Sociology 10hrs,a Sociology An unique Perspective. b Careers in Sociology,Unit 2 The Sociological Imagination 15hrs. a Revealing Everyday Life,b Debunking in Sociology. c Establishing Critical Distance,d Discovering Unsettling Facts. Unit 3 The Significance of Diversity 10hrs,a Diversity A Source of Change. b Defining Diversity,c Society in Global Perspective. Unit 4 The Development of Sociology 20hrs,a The Influence of the Enlightenment. b The Development of Sociology in Europe,c Classical Sociological Theory. d The Development of American Sociology, e Development of Indian Sociology pioneers and recent trends. Unit 5 Theoretical Frameworks in Sociology 15hrs,a Functionalism. b Conflict Theory,c Symbolic Interaction,d Contemporary Sociological Theories. e Critical Evaluation of these Theories, Unit 6 Soft Skills reading and writing skills 05hrs. Suggested Readings, Berker Howard 1986 Writing for Social Scientists University of Chicago Press. This engaging book is not only an excellent discussion of how to improve one s writing. but it is also a good guide to sociological thinking Premised on the idea that poor writing. produces errors in thinking Becker s book will help students at all levels improve their. sociological perspective and their ability to communicate it. Berger Peter 1963 Invitation to Sociology New York Doubleday. Johnson Allan G 1997 The Forest and the Trees Sociology as Life Practice Promise. Temple University Press, Lengermann Patrica Madoo and Jill Niebrugge Brantley 1998 The Women Founders. Sociology and Social Theory 1830 1930 A Text with Readings New York McGraw Hill. This book documents the many contributions of women sociologists Overlooked for years. these scholars have had productive careers and added to sociological knowledge and. Mills C Wright 1959 The Sociological Imagination New York Oxford University Press. Atal Yogesh 2003 Indian Sociology from Where to Where Footnotes to the History of. the Discipline Rawat Publications,Web Resources,www asanet org. Funnelweb utcc utk edu SSSP,www appliedsoc org,www indiansoc org. Model Question Paper,SO 212 Developing a Sociological Perspective. TIME 3 hrs Max Marks 70, 1 Answer any three of the following in 8 10 sentences each 5 x 4 20. 1 Write a note on debunking, 2 What influenced the development of Sociology as a field of study. 3 State some of the basic insights of classical sociological theory. 4 What is distinct about the development of Sociology in the United States. 5 Show what roles have women had in the history of Sociology. II Answer any THREE of the following in 20 sentences each 10 x 2 20. 6 Bring out the usefulness of Sociology,7 What can you do with a degree in Sociology. 8 Illustrate some of the sources of diversity on your campus. 9 Write a short note on Harriet Martineau,10 Write a short note on Du Bois. III Answer any two of the following in 3 pages each 15 x 2 30. 11 If you understand the sociological perspective you can never be bored Illustrate. with example, 12 Explain Sociological Imagination from Wright Mills point of view. 13 Sociology is a social product Examine,III SEMESTER. SO 312 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY,Credits 5 Course 75 hours. Objectives, After a deep understanding of Indian Society and Sociology the students now have a general. knowledge of various aspects of human society This paper examines the dynamics of social. organization It explains the components that make up any human society It also introduces great. thinkers of the western world and great thinkers of India. UNIT I The study of human society 10hrs, Human versus animal society Basic features of any society Social Necessities Bio Social. System Mammalian society,UNIT II Culture 10hrs, Meaning of Definitions characteristics cultural relativity Ethnocentrism cultural system and. sub system three views of culture Elements in culture. UNIT III Socialization 15hrs, Meaning Biological pre requisites internalized objects conditions of learning Socialization as. a learning process Stages of Socialization Three views of Socialization. UNIT IV Social Construction of Gender 15hrs, Patriarchy as an ideology and practice Formation of gender identity Sources of gender. socialization the price of conformity Race gender and identity the institutional basis of gender. UNIT V Deviance Social Control 15hrs, Concept of Deviance Factors facilitating Deviance Types of Deviance Deviance as. a process Consequences of Deviance Social control Agencies of Social Control. UNIT VI Social Stratification Social mobility 10hrs. Meaning Basic Characteristics Features Views of thinkers Plato to Marx Weber s view. Recent American socialists functionalist view Concept of Social mobility Types of Social. 1 C N Shankar Rao Principles of Sociology S Chand Co Ltd 2006. 2 Harry M Johnson Sociology A Systematic Introduction. 3 Albert K Cohen Deviance and Control, 4 Bottomore T B Sociology A Guide to Problems and Literature. 5 Kingsley Davis Human Society, 6 Metta Spencer and Alex Inkeles Foundations of Modern Society. 7 Neil Smelser Sociology An Introduction,8 Robert Bierstedt The Social Order. 9 Kornblum Sociology in the Changing World 6 edition. 10 Thompson Hickey Society in Focus 3 edition, 11 Jean Stocked Sociology Discovering Society 2 edition. 12 Dipankar Gupta Social Stratification,1 www jcrt org. 2 www arda tm,3 www socioweb com,4 sociosite net,Model Question Paper. SO 312 Principles of Sociology,Time 3 00 Hours Max Marks 100. I Answer any FIVE of the following in full page each 5x5 25. 1 State the importance of sociology,2 What is meant by aggregation. 3 What are biological potentialities,4 Define patriarchy. 5 Mention five characteristics of social stratification. 6 What is meant by anomie,7 What is social deviance. II Answer any THREE of the following in two full pages each 10 x 3 30. 1 Examine the features of human society,2 Write a note on the elements of culture. 3 Explain any one view on socialisation,4 Examine the stereotypes on women and men. 5 Bring out the various factors of social mobility. III Answer any THREE of the following in three full pages each pages 15 x3 45. 1 Social stratification is inevitable Discuss,2 Examine how deviance is ambiguous in nature. 3 Bring out conditions needed for successful learning. 4 Explain the various stages of socialisation, 5 Patriarchy is seen in every aspect of human life Examine. IV SEMESTER,SO 412 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL RESEARCH. Number of Credits 5 Course 75 hours,Objectives, This course generates interest in social research Students of Sociology will have the basic skills of. a good investigator It also familiarizes students with the various steps in social research This. course will generate a sense of enquiry and enhance their computer skills. UNIT 1 Introduction to Scientific Social Research, Meaning of Research Objectives Types and Significance of Research Motivation in Research. Research Approaches Criteria of Good Research Problems encountered by Researchers in India. UNIT 2 Research Problems and Research Design, What is a research problem Selecting the Problem Technique involved in defining a problem. Meaning Importance of Research Design Need for research design Criteria of good Research. Design Types of Research Design,UNIT 3 Sampling, Census and Sample Survey Need for Sampling Implications of a Sample Design Steps in. sampling design Criteria of selecting sample procedure characteristics of good sample design. Different types of sample designs, UNIT 4 Hypotheses Nature and Meaning of Hypothesis Source and characteristics of a good. Hypothesis Types Role of Hypothesis in social Research Formulation of a hypothesis. UNIT 5 Tools of Data Collection qualitative and quantitative data. Collection of Primary Data observation interview questionnaire schedule case study method. Collection of Secondary Data selection of appropriate method for data collection. UNIT 6 Analyses and Report Writing, Types of analyses significance of report writing different steps in writing report layout of the. research report types of reports computers and researcher Statistical Package for Social Sciences. SPSS not for exams,UNIT 7 Applied Sociology,Social Policy and Social Planning in India. 1 William J Goode Paul K Hatt Methods in social Research Mc Graw Hill Book. company Inc New York 1952, 2 Wilikinson T S Bhandarkar P L Methodology and Techniques of Social Research. Himalaya Publishing House Bombay 1997, 3 Sir Claus Moser Survey Methods in Social Investigation Graham Dalton The English. Language Book Social London 1979, 4 Kothari C R Research Methodology Methods Techniques New Age International. Publishers 2008, 5 B N Ghosh Scientific Method and Social Research Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd New. Delhi 1985, 6 Kumar Ranjit Research Methods Sage Publications New Delhi 2005. 7 Matt Hen A Short Introduction to Social Research Vistar Publications New Delhi 2006. Model Question Paper,SO 412 Introduction to Social Research. Time 3hrs Marks 100,I Answer any FIVE of the following 5 x 5 25. 1 State the objectives of social research,2 What are the elements of a research proposal. 3 What are the qualities of a true researcher,4 Define sampling. 5 State the secondary sources of data,6 What is non participant observation. 7 State the types of coding,8 Mention any one style of writing a bibliography. II Answer any THREE of the following 10 x 3 30, 1 Explain the factors affecting objectivity in social research. 2 What is a good hypothesis What are the criteria for judging it. 3 Examine the different forms of probability sampling. 4 Explain the different types of questionnaire, 5 Give the strengths and weaknesses of qualitative analysis. III Answer any THREE of the following 15 x 3 45, 1 Describe the different types of social research with examples. 2 Write a note on review of literature, 3 Explain coding and tabulation in quantitative analysis. 4 Bring out the merits and limitations of observation method. 5 Write a note on case study method,CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM CBCS. SOOE1416 CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIAN SOCIETY,Number of Credits 2 Course 30 hours. Objectives, The students entering this course are from different regions of India They are new to Sociology. Therefore an introductory paper on Indian Society will enable them to learn Sociology and relate. their learning to their own social realities These students will be able to grasp the concepts when. explained to them in the Indian setting It is also the objective of the Department that students. should develop an interest towards Sociology, Unit 1 The Basic Social Structure of Indian Society 10hrs. i Dimensions of Indian Society,j Racial caste classification. k Linguistic diversity pluralism,l Religious pluralism. m Geographical diversity,n India unity in diversity. Unit 2 Tribal Communities 10 hrs,a Geographical distribution of tribal communities. b Scheduled tribes,d Developmental programmes,e Changing face of Tribal life. Unit 3 Women in Modern India 10hrs,a Demographic Profile. b Status of Women Continuity and Change, c Constitutional Provisions Special laws and Women s Empowerment. d Women and Media,Books for Reference, G S Ghurye Caste and Race in India Popular Prakashan Bombay 1969. Kapadia K M Marriage and Family in India Oxford University Press 1980. Ram Ahuja Indian Social System,M N Srinivas Caste in Modern India. A R Desai Rural Sociology,Dube S C Indian Society,Verma R C Tribes through the ages. Bhowmik K L Tribal India, Narpat Singh Changing Status of Indian Women Vista International Publishing. House New Delhi 2008, Y K Sharma Indian Society Issues and Problems Lakshmi Narain Agarwal 2007. C N Shankar Rao Sociology of Indian Society S Chand Co Ltd 2006. N C Shankar Rao Principles of Sociology S Chand Co Ltd 2006. Dr Lipi Mukhopadhyay Tribal Women in Development Publications Division 2002. Additional Readings, B N Singh Manas Chatterjee Ed Tribes in India RBSA Publishers. Fuller C K Ed Caste Today Oxford University Press, Veena Das Dipankar Gupta Patricia Oberoi Ed Tradition Pluralism and Indentity. Sage Publications, Sharma K L Social Inequality in India Rawat Publications. 1 www indianchild com Indian society htm,2 www geocities com Tokyo shrine 4287 people htm. 3 www socioweb com,4 sociosite net,5 sosig ac uk sociology.
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