Sociology

Corporatism

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

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

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

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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Demography

Demography

Demography is the science of populations, which seek to understand population dynamics by investigating three main demographic processes: birth, migration, and aging (including death). Based on the demographic research of the earth, earth’s population up to the year 2050 and 2100 can be est.....

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Social Vulnerability

Social Vulnerability

This article describe about Social Vulnerability, refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from multiple stressors to which they are exposed. It is most apparent when calamity occurs, many studies of social vulnerability are found in risk manage.....

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Social Protection

Social Protection

Social Protection is concerned with protecting and helping those who are poor and vulnerable, such as children, women, older people, people living with disabilities, the displaced, the unemployed, and the sick. It’s systems can play a crucial role as automatic stabilisers and sustain the pr.....

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Authenticity in Art

Authenticity in Art

This article talks about Authenticity in Art, which refers to the correct identification of the author of a work of art, to how closely a performance of a play or piece of music conforms to the author’s intention, or to how closely a work of art conforms to an artistic tradition. It also re.....

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Community Informatics

Community Informatics

Community Informatics is the application of information and comunication tecnology (ICT) to enable and empower community prosess. It approaches ICTs from a “community” perspective and develops strategies and techniques for managing their use by communities both virtual and physical in.....

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Prestige in Sociolinguistics

Prestige in Sociolinguistics

Prestige in Sociolinguistics are not entirely equal to ‘Standard’. In fact, any language variety, be it standard or non-standard, can have prestige among its speakers. Sociolinguists make a distinction between ‘overt prestige’ and ‘covert prestige’ to denote the degree of overall soci.....

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Reflexivity

Reflexivity

Reflexivity is the process of examining both oneself as researcher, and the research relationship. It involves making the research process itself a focus of inquiry, laying open pre-conceptions and becoming aware of situational dynamics in which the interviewer and respondent are jointly involved.....

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Distributive Justice

Distributive Justice

Distributive Justice is a concept that addresses the ownership of goods in a society. It assumes that there is a large amount of fairness in the distribution of goods. Equal work should provide individuals with an equal outcome in terms of goods acquired or the ability to acquire goods. Distribut.....

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