Basic functions of a society

First, a community is usually a fairly large group of people in terms of size. In a very important sense, so that society is therefore the largest and most complex social groups
sociologists study.
Second, as shown in the above definition, the most important thing about society is that its members have a common and unique culture. This distinguishes it from other groups.
Thirdly, the carrier also has a certain, limited space or area. The population of a particular society part is thus placed in a particular district. People consider this place as their own.
Fourth, people who are part of the definition of a social identity and belonging. There is also the feeling of unity. Such identification caps based on routine patterns of social interaction that exists between the people and the various groups that make up society. (Henslin and Nelson, 1995; Giddens, 1996 ;. Calhoun et al, 1994)
 Fifth, the members of a society is considered a common origin and common historical experience. They think that they have a common destiny.
 Sixth, the members of a society to speak a common language or primary language can serve as a national heritage.
Seventh, a society is autonomous and independent in the sense that it has all the necessary social institutions and organizational measures to maintain the system. However, society is not an island, in the sense that society is interdependent. There is always inter- social relations. People interact with society, economics and politics.