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Course (Paper) Name & No. : INDIAN SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS PART-II

Subject : SOCIOLOGY

Course (Paper) Name & No. : INDIAN SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS PART-II PAPER NO. 4
Course (Paper) Unique Code CORE
Course (Paper) Unique Code ELECTIVE-1
Course (Paper) Unique Code ELECTIVE-2

Course Objective :

👉 To know basic concepts of Sociology.
 👉To give an outline of Sociological Background.
👉 To explain the scope and nature of Sociology.
👉To provide competitive atmosphere for the students.

Course Contents :

Chapter-1 Religion Institution
Chapter-2 Education Institution
Chapter-3 State Institution
Chapter-4 Property Institution

Text and Reference Books :

1. Ghurye G. S. : Caste & Race in India
2. Ghurye G. S. : Urbanization & Family Change,
3. Desai A. R. & Desai Nera :cpfsdp„ N°pduZ kdpS>ip÷
4. Desai A. R. : Social Background of Indian Nationalism
5. Altekar A. S. : The Position of Women in Hidnu Civilization
6. Karve Irawati : Kinship Organization in India
7. Kuppenswamy B. : Social Change in India
8. Bose Ashish : Population in India’s Development
9. Chekki D.A. : Modernization & Kinship in Uban India
10. Desai I. P. : Some Aspects of Family in Mahuva
11. Govt. of India : Facts about India, 1971
12. Hate & C.A. : Changing Status of Women in Post - India Independence
13. Kanan C. T. : Inter Caste & Inter Community Marriage in India
14. Kapadia K. M. : Marriage & Family in India.

Paper No. 4 : Indian Social Institutions (Part-II)

Chapter-1 Religion Institution

A Meaning and Characteristics
B Beliefs of Major Religions
C Functions of Religion
D Dysfunctions of Religion

Chapter-2 Education Institution

A Meaning
B Relation between Education and Society
C Social Functions of Education
D Importance Female Education

Chapter-3 State Institution

A Meaning and Characteristics
B Functions of State
C Concepts of Welfare State
D Sociological approach to study of State.

Chapter-4 Property Institution

A Meaning
B Nature of Right of Property
C Types of Property
D Trusteeship Theory of Property.

 REFERENCE BOOK :

1. Ghurye G. S. : Caste & Race in India
2. Ghurye G. S. : Urbanization & Family Change,
3. Desai A. R. & Desai Nera : cpfsdp„ N°pduZ kdpS>ip÷
4. Desai A. R. : Social Background of Indian Nationalism
5. Altekar A. S. : The Position of Women in Hidnu Civilization
6. Karve Irawati : Kinship Organization in India
7. Kuppenswamy B. : Social Change in India
8. Bose Ashish : Population in India’s Development
9. Chekki D.A. : Modernization & Kinship in Uban India
10. Desai I. P. : Some Aspects of Family in Mahuva
11. Govt. of India : Facts about India, 1971
12. Hate & C.A. : Changing Status of Women in Post - India Independence
13. Kanan C. T. : Inter Caste & Inter Community Marriage in India
14. Kapadia K. M. : Marriage & Family in India.

FACULTY OF ARTS
SYLLABUS

(B.A. SEMESTER-2) (Paper No.4)
Subject : SOCIOLOGY

Course (Paper) Name & No. : KINSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY PAPER NO. 4 (OPTIONAL)

Course (Paper) Unique Code CORE
Course (Paper) Unique Code ELECTIVE-1
Course (Paper) Unique Code ELECTIVE-2

Course Objective :

👉 To know basic concepts of Sociology.
👉 To give an outline of Sociological Background.
👉 To explain the scope and nature of Sociology.
👉 To provide competitive atmosphere for the students.

Course Contents :

Chapter-1 Kinship Relations
Chapter-2 Basic Concept Regarding Kinship
Chapter-3 Descent and Kinship
Chapter-4 Kinship Organization in India and Regional Variation

Text and Reference Books :

1. Gunatilake, G. 1984 : Intersectoral Linkages and Health Development : Case Studies in India
(Kerala State)
2. John Kane : Social Problems (1962).
3. Gisbert : Fundamentals of Sociology.
4. Mamoria C. B. : Social Problems and Social Disorganization in India (1970)
5. Harton and Leslie : Sociology of Social Problems.
6. Ghurye G. S. : The Scheduled Tribers
7. Krishna Iyer and Bala Ratnam : Anthropology in India
8. Majumdar and Modan : An Introduction to Social Anthropology
9. Desai A. R. : Samajkhan 1-4 (Guj.) Guj. Uni. 1960.
10. Fairchild (Ed.) : Dictionary of Sociology.
11. Fichter Joseph H. : Sociology The University of Chicago Press, 1957.
12. Veeranarayana Keihineni (1991) : Political Economy of State Intervention in Health Care.
13. Albrecht, Gary L. 1944 : Advances in Medical Sociology Mumbai.

SUBJECT : KINSHIP RELATIONSHIP AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
(B.A. SEMESTER-2) (PAPER-4)
(OPTIONAL)
Paper No. 4 : Kinship in Sociology Paper No. 4 [Optional]
Chapter-1 Kinship Relations
A Meaning and Definition of Kinship
B Nature of Kinship
C Importance of Kinship
D Terminology of Kinship
Chapter-2 Basic Concept Regarding Kinship
A Hereditary Kinship
B Incest Kinship
C Gotra and Sagotra
D Sapind
Chapter-3 Descent and Kinship
A Lineage
B Descent
C Kindred
D Complimentary Relations
Chapter-4 Kinship Organization in India and Regional Variation
A Kinship in Northern Zone
B Kinship in Central Zone
C Kinship in Southern Zone
D Kinship in Eastern Zone

 REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Gunatilake, G. 1984 : Intersectoral Linkages and Health Development : Case
Studies in India (Kerala State)
2. John Kane : Social Problems (1962).
3. Gisbert : Fundamentals of Sociology.
4. Mamoria C. B. : Social Problems and Social Disorganization in India (1970)
5. Harton and Leslie : Sociology of Social Problems.
6. Ghurye G. S. : The Scheduled Tribers
7. Krishna Iyer and Bala Ratnam : Anthropology in India
8. Majumdar and Modan : An Introduction to Social Anthropology
9. Desai A. R. : Samajkhan 1-4 (Guj.) Guj. Uni. 1960.
10. Fairchild (Ed.) : Dictionary of Sociology.
11. Fichter Joseph H. : Sociology The University of Chicago Press, 1957.
12. Veeranarayana Keihineni (1991) : Political Economy of State Intervention in
Health Care.
13. Albrecht, Gary L. 1944 : Advances in Medical Sociology Mumbai.

Board of Studies of Sociology has prepared and submitted Syllabus for
all the Papers of Under Graduate & Post Graduate Level. However if and when
need arise board of studies of Sociology will make necessary changes in the
Content of related Papers.

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