Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Social Groups

In our day-to-day life and social activities, we communicate with each other, belong to a group of some kind. The study group is central to any sociological research.
Definition of a Social Group
The term group has a special meaning to the sociological, because it is a concept that represents the center of every sociological study. Many different definitions are given in terms of the group by various social scientists. Generally defied a social group or collectivity as a range of people involved in more or less permanent or long-term social interaction and relationships. The members of a social group has a common basis for interaction and common features, a sense of identity and belonging, shared psychology of consciousness and a certain set of standards for individual participants behavior rules in the group. 

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