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Introduction to sociological foundations Introduction to sociological foundations Presentation Transcript

  • FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATIONIntroduction to Sociological FoundationsSocial Stratification /Social Status / Mobility
  • WHAT IS THE RELATION OFSOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATION TOEDUCATION? The sociological foundations are concerned with the human relation’s factor-the behavior of individuals and their relations to each other.
  • SOCIETY, SOCIALIZATION AND STRATIFICATION
  • WHAT IS SOCIETY? Derived from the Latin word “socios” or “socialis” – meaning fellow, companion, or associate. A group of individuals with well defined limits which persists in time, thus enabling them to develop a set of common ideas, attitude, norms, and sanctions, interaction, and of techniques for living and fitting together (human arrangements) Formed based on man’s gregariousness or the tendency or desire of people to be with other people.
  •  An organized group of population. Composed of human beings and the institutions by which live together in the culture. Consists of all the people who share a district and continuos way of life, and think of themselves as one united people. A social group that occupies territory, recruit its members by inter-group sexual production, and has a shared comprehensive culture. A group of organized individuals who think of themselves a district group, who have something in common, a set of loyalties and sentiments .
  • CONCEPTS OF A GROUP A unit of interesting personalities with varies roles and status among members. A unit of interacting personalities with an interdependence of roles and status existing between or among the members. A number of people at a given time, interrelated and interact with one another with common shared attitudes, sentiments, aspirations, and goals.
  • KINDS/CLASSIFICATION OF GROUPS1. Primary Group - intimate personal or face-to-face relationship.2. Secondary Group - impersonal, contractual, business.
  • OTHER GROUP CLASSIFICATIONACCORDING TO SELF-IDENTIFICATION In-group Out-group Peer-group - play group - gang - Clique
  •  Reference Group Voluntary Association *Three Main Types of Voluntary Associations*1. Personal interest groups2. Social service groups3. Political action group
  • STRATIFICATION The system or process of assigning individuals their respective ranks in a society based on income or wealth, education, and life style. The classification of group members according to certain criteria differ due to the nature of the group. A system by which a society ranks categories of people in hierarchy.
  • SOCIALIZATION Mean function of society where in patterns of behavior and aspects of personality are inculcated. The process whereby the individual acquires the social and cultural heritage of his society. The process of entering the human group, of being included into the secrets of the society.
  • STATUS• one of the basic building blocks of social interaction.• The position assigned by a person in a group or organization.
  • STATUS SET To all statuses a person holds at a particular time.
  • TYPES OF STATUSES Ascribed – acquired or receive at birth. Achieved – assumed voluntary and that reflects a significant measure of personal ability and choice, realized through hard work, talent, merit. Master status – a social position with exceptional importance for identity, often shaping a person’s entire life.
  • SOCIAL MOBILITY The movement of a person from one status or social class to another. May be achieved through such factors as education, good works, wealth, increased income, occupation, sex, and beauty, and other means.
  • THANK YOU ;PReporter: MS. DIANA M. TORIO