History of sociology

A more formal definition of sociology could be that the social science processes and forms of the human individual and group interface, the way of establishment of social groups, the correlation between them and persuade con- grouping learning individual manners, and vice versa, and the communication between a social group and any more (professional group, 2000).
Sociology is the systematic study of society, which is fascinated in the study of social interaction between people in a grouping. Sociology is involved in how we as human being interrelate with each other (the model of societal interface); the commandment and main beliefs governing the social relationships and connections; the / influence of the social world of the individual, and vice versa . It is an actuality evident object depends on experimental research and involves endeavour theories and generalisations wisdom of realism (Giddens, 1982) will make.
About distinguish and sensational the nature of science, Soroka (1992: 34) declare that "Sociology is a disprove science; that is, it looks for levels other than the representative elucidation of society and people have a sense justification of social reality in the world. Sociologists are fascinated in perceptive what does and does not realize the judgement. "
Sociology and other social sciences developed from the same convention of reflection of social phenomenon; interest in the nature of human societal performance and society will perhaps always exist; However, most people in most societies of the past saw their culture as a everlasting article and given by God. This vision is gradually replaced by a more rational explanation starting from the 17th century, especially in western Europe (Rosenberg, 1987). The sociological issues, questions and issues were raised and discussed by ancestors from the ancient Greek and Roman philosophers and Hebrew prophets again.
Sociology as an academic science was thus born in the 19th century (the formal establishment year 1837) in Britain and Western Europe, especially in France and Germany, and highly advanced through the 19th and th -20 century.
The development of sociology and the current context must be understood in the context of the major changes that created the modern world (Giddens, 1986). Furthermore, sociology originated in 18th century philosophy, political economy and cultural history (swing Wood, 1991).
The main condition, social changes, revolutions and social ferment that give rise to the emergence and development of sociology as an academic science provided with the industrial revolution began in Britain, the French political revolution of 1789, the enlightenment and development science and technology. These revolutions are important social changes and pain in the way that society is living in those countries. Because sociology is born among the main political and socio-economic and technological changes of the western world, it is said that the science of modern society.
The pioneering sociologists are very worried about the great changes that have occurred and they found that the exciting science can not help understand, explain, and analyze the basic laws governing interpret the social phenomena. So sociology is born of this revolutionary context.