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Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 01Self evaluation 113 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 02Self evaluation 212 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 03Self evaluation 312 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 04Self evaluation 412 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 05Self evaluation 515 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 06Self evaluation 615 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 07Self evaluation 0712 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 08Self evaluation-0813 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 09Self evaluation-0918 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 10Self evaluation 1014 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 11Self evaluation-1114 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 12Self evaluation-1213 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 13Self evaluation-1312 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 14Self evaluation-1416 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 15Self evaluation-1516 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 16Self evaluation-1615 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 17Self evaluation-1714 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 18Self evaluation-1814 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 19Self evaluation-1914 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 20Self evaluation 2012 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 21Self evaluation-2111 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 22Self evaluation-2215 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 22Self evaluation-2215 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 23Self evaluation-2312 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 24Self evaluation-2413 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 25Self evaluation-2513 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 26Self evaluation-2613 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 27Self evaluation-2715 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 28Self evaluation-2815 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 29Self evaluation-2912 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 30Self evaluation-3013 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 31Self evaluation-3113 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 32Self evaluation-3213 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 33Self evaluation-3312 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 34Self evaluation-3414 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 35Self evaluation-3515 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 36Self evaluation-3612 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 37Self evaluation-3712 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 38Self evaluation-3816 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 39Self evaluation-3913 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 40Self evaluation-4013 kb
Introduction to SociologySelf evaluation 41Self evaluation-4116 kb
Introduction to SociologyAnswers to objective questionsAnswers to objective questions23 kb

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1Lecture-01 What is sociology?PDF unavailable
2Lecture-02 Sociological approachesPDF unavailable
3Lecture-03Nature of society: Individuals and groupsPDF unavailable
4Lecture-04 Cooperation and conflictPDF unavailable
5Lecture-05 Family-I: Definition and classification of familyPDF unavailable
6Lecture-06 Family-II: Perspectives on familyPDF unavailable
7Lecture-07 State-I: Definition of statePDF unavailable
8Lecture-08 State-II: State in IndiaPDF unavailable
9Lecture-09 State-III: The concept of powerPDF unavailable
10Lecture-10 State-IV: Functionalist and Marxist perspectives on powerPDF unavailable
11Lecture-11 Sociology of work-I: Need for work PDF unavailable
12Lecture-12 Sociology of work-II: Social change and work PDF unavailable
13Lecture-13 Sociology of work-III: Development and workPDF unavailable
14Lecture-14 Sociology of work-IV: Capitalism and motivation for workPDF unavailable
15Lecture-15 Religion-I: Social conditions and religious thoughtPDF unavailable
16Lecture-16 Religion-II: Bases of religionPDF unavailable
17Lecture-17 Religion-III: Forms of religious beliefsPDF unavailable
18Lecture-18What is sociology?PDF unavailable
19Lecture-19 Religion-V: Religion and societyPDF unavailable
20Lecture-20 Religion-VI: Contributions of Marx and WeberPDF unavailable
21Lecture-21 Education-I: Concept of education?PDF unavailable
22Lecture-22 Education-II: Functions of educationPDF unavailable
23Lecture-23 Social stratification-I: Social inequality and stratificationPDF unavailable
24Lecture-24 Social stratification-II: Explanations of social stratificationPDF unavailable
25Lecture-25 Social stratification-III: Theories and factsPDF unavailable
26Lecture-26 Social stratification-IV: Stratification in IndiaPDF unavailable
27Lecture-27 Deviance-I: Concept of deviancePDF unavailable
28Lecture-28 Deviance-II: Perspectives on deviancePDF unavailable
29Lecture-29 Deviance-III: Theories of deviancePDF unavailable
30Lecture-30 Social change-I: Definition of social changePDF unavailable
31Lecture-31 Social change-II: Theories of social changePDF unavailable
32Lecture-32 Social change-III: Social change in industrial society PDF unavailable
33Lecture-33 Social change-IV: Urbanization and related issues in social change PDF unavailable
34Lecture-34 Population-I: Malthusian theory of populationPDF unavailable
35Lecture-35 Population-II: Population and SocietyPDF unavailable
36Lecture-36 Perspectives in Sociology-IPDF unavailable
37Lecture-37 Perspectives in Sociology-IIPDF unavailable
38Lecture-38 Social Problems and TheoryPDF unavailable
39Lecture-39 Sociological methods-IPDF unavailable
40Lecture-40 Sociological methods-II: EthnographyPDF unavailable
41Lecture-41 Sociological methods-III: Ethnography in IndiaPDF unavailable


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