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- A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AS PORTRAYED IN SHAH’S POETRY
- UC Berkeley
- Social Institutions
In most everyday usage, organizations such as schools, banks, hospitals, prisons, and broadcasting corporations. Broadly, there are four main types of social institution: political, economic, cultural, and kinship institutions. Most frequently cited as social institutions are the family, the state, and the law, but social constructionists often refer to language as the foremost social institution.
A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AS PORTRAYED IN SHAH’S POETRY
This dissertation studies the role of social institutions in economic development. While other research has examined the role of ethnicity, religion and other types of large-scale social organizations in development, I study the impact of two different types of local social organizations in two very different contexts. The first social institution that I study are the tribes of modern Yemen and the second is the Freemasons of the United States in the nineteenth century. I demonstrate that both have had an important impact on development, with the first affecting a political patronage network that functions through the education system and the second having a direct impact on the development of the American educational system. The first chapter examines the relationship between political patronage and tribes, a key social institution in the developing world. Patronage is a tool used throughout the world to reward political allies.
However, contemporary sociology is somewhat more consistent in its use of the term. Typically, contemporary sociologists use the term to refer to complex social forms that reproduce themselves such as governments, the family, human languages, universities, hospitals, business corporations, and legal systems. In this entry the above-noted contemporary sociological usage will be followed. Doing so has the virtue of grounding philosophical theory in the most salient empirical discipline, namely, sociology. In the not so recent past it might have been asked why a theory of social institutions has, or ought to have, any philosophical interest; why not simply leave theories of institutions to the theoretical sociologists?
Institutions , according to Samuel P. Huntington , are "stable, valued, recurring patterns of behavior". Hodgson , it is misleading to say that an institution is a form of behavior. Instead, Hodgson states that institutions are "integrated systems of rules that structure social interactions". The term "institution" commonly applies to both informal institutions such as customs, or behavior patterns important to a society , and to particular formal institutions created by entities such as the government and public services.
For example, the United States is a society that encompasses many cultures. Some sociological methods focus on examining social institutions over time, or compare them to social institutions in other parts of the world. In the United States, for example, there is a system of free public education but no universal healthcare program, which is not the case in many other affluent, democratic countries. Throughout the rest of this course, we will devote much of our attention to studying these specific social institutions. What behavioral rules are in effect when you encounter an acquaintance at school, work, or in the grocery store?
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Monthly E-magazine Current affairs Digest. Obviously, the sociologist does not define institutions in the same way, as does the person on the street. Laypersons are likely to use the term "institution" very loosely, for churches, hospitals, jails, and many other things as institutions.
Institutions introduction: For any individual or group to survive it is important that certain human functions are kept in mind. Like the function of controlling the process of reproduction. And this is possible only through reproduction.
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