Sociology

Global Public Good

Global Public Good has defined as issues that are broadly conceived as important to the international community, that for the most part cannot or will not be adequately addressed by individual countries acting alone and that are defined through a broad international consensus or a legitimate proc.....

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Globalism

Globalism refers to any description and explanation of a world which is characterized by networks of connections that span multi-continental distances; while globalization refers to the increase or decline in the degree of globalism. It may be contrasted with individualism, localism, nationalism,.....

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Cultural Detective

Cultural Detective is the only process-based developmental intercultural competence tool on the market today. It is a core process for improving collaboration, productivity, satisfaction and effectiveness in an international or multicultural environment. Cultural Detective method is theoretically.....

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Cross Cultural

Cross Cultural describe about a branch of literary and cultural studies dealing with works or writers associated with more than one culture. It is nearly synonymous with transculturation, a term coined by Cuban writer Fernando Ortiz in the 1940s to describe processes of cultural hybridity in Lati.....

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Neo-Marxism

Neo-Marxism is a term of sociology, which used loosely to describe a variety of 20th century approaches that extend the Marxism theory. It was incorporates elements from other intellectual ways of thinking, such as psychoanalysis. It comes under the broader framework of the New Left. In a sociolo.....

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Value Added Theory

Value Added Theory is a perspective within the functionalist tradition based on the idea that several conditions must be in place for collective behavior to occur. It was first proposed by Neil Smelser and is based on the assumption that certain conditions are needed for the development of a soci.....

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Collective Action

Collective Action occurs when a number of people work together to achieve some common objective. It has long been recognized that individuals often fail to work together to achieve some group goal or common good. When individuals engage in collective action, the strength of the group’s reso.....

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Social Responsibility

This article talks about Social Responsibility, which means that people and organisations must behave ethically and with sensitivity toward social, cultural, economic and environmental issues. It is the obligation of an organization’s management towards the welfare and interests of the soci.....

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Corporatism

This article talks about Corporatism, which is the organization of a society into industrial and professional corporations serving as organs of political representation and exercising control over persons and activities within their jurisdiction. It is related to the sociological concept of struc.....

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Social Capital

Social Capital is the network of social connections, which exist between people, and their shared values and norms of behaviour, which enable and encourage mutually advantageous social cooperation. Most definitions of social capital are that they focus on social relations that have productive ben.....

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Elderly Care

Elderly Care is best defined as any number of personal care and health care services available to seniors that are tailored to help meet their needs as they age. It emphasizes the social and personal requirements of senior citizens who need some assistance with daily activities and health care, b.....

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Medieval Demography

This article describe about Medieval Demography, which is estimates and seeks to explain the number of people who were alive during the Medieval period, population trends, life expectancy, family structure, and related issues. Medieval Europe Population and Demography info, values and graphs. Maj.....

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