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Presenter :
Purushottam Dahal
Topic included in Unit -3
 Meaning , definition and basic features of Family
 Types of family
 Characteristic of family...
QUESTIONS INCLUDED
1.Write the features ,characteristics of family?
2.Write the type of kinship?
3.Write the features of e...
10.What are the subtypes of polygamy marriage?
11.Write about types of Family?
12.What is kinship?
13.Write basic features...
1.Write the features ,characteristics of family?
With example.
 The family, in general, is a small group consisting
ordin...
Characteristic of family
characteristic
universality
Emotional
attachment
Limited size
Common
residence
2.Write the type of kinship?
real kinship
 Consanguinal kinship – based on blood relation
 Affinal kinship – based on ma...
3.Write the features of education?
 Specialized social activity
 An agent of social change
 Complete process of sociali...
4.Write the type real kinship?
 Consanguinal kinship – based on blood relation
 Affinal kinship – based on marital relat...
6.Write short notes on ANY TWO
Family, Marriage and Kinship
 The family is the most important primary group in
society. I...
7.Point out any features of religion.
Religion is cultural universal – general
practices found in every cultural
Religio...
8.Define education. Explain its
features with suitable examples.
 The term education is derived from the Latin ‘educare’
...
features
 Specialized social activity
 An agent of social change
 Complete process of socialization
 Maintains and tra...
9.What do you mean by a family? Critically
differentiate between Nuclear and Joint
family.
 The family is the most import...
differentiate between Nuclear and Joint family.
Nuclear family
Least number
of member
More
responsibility
Full care of
mem...
10.What are the subtypes of polygamy marriage?
Polygyny (one man marry more than
one woman)
Polyandry (one woman marry s...
Write about types of family?
Types of family
On a basis of
size
• Nuclear
• Joint
On a basis of
marriage
• polygamy
• Poly...
what is kinship?
 Kinship is a relation between any entitites that share a
geonoligical entities either biological ,cultu...
Write basic features of kinship?
Basic features of kinship
 Kinship is social recognition of biological tie
 It is a uni...
THANK YOU
ANY QUESTION????????
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  1. 1. Presenter : Purushottam Dahal
  2. 2. Topic included in Unit -3  Meaning , definition and basic features of Family  Types of family  Characteristic of family  Function of family  kinship  Basic features of kinship  Types of kinship  Economy  Forms of ownership of property  Types of economic system  Basic features of economy  polity  Basic features of polity  Types of government  education  Social function of education  Basic features of education  Religion  Basic features of religion  Basics components of Religion
  3. 3. QUESTIONS INCLUDED 1.Write the features ,characteristics of family? 2.Write the type of kinship? 3.Write the features of education? 4.Write the type real kinship? 5.Elaborate upon the basic features of family with suitable example? 6.Write short notes on ANY TWO  Family, Marriage and Kinship 7.Point out any three features of religion. 8.Define education. Explain its features with suitable examples. 9. What do you mean by a family? Critically differentiate between Nuclear and Joint family.
  4. 4. 10.What are the subtypes of polygamy marriage? 11.Write about types of Family? 12.What is kinship? 13.Write basic features of kinship? 14.What are the two functions of religion? 15.Mention the two sources of power? 16. How do you define family as a centre point of society? Explain the various forms of marriage. 18.How do you explain marriage as a social institution? Describe the types and rules of marriage.
  5. 5. 1.Write the features ,characteristics of family? With example.  The family, in general, is a small group consisting ordinarily of father, mother, one or more children and sometimes near or distant relatives.  According to MacIver and Page, “ A family is a group defined by sex relationship sufficiently precise and enduring to provide for procreation and upbringing of children.”
  6. 6. Characteristic of family characteristic universality Emotional attachment Limited size Common residence
  7. 7. 2.Write the type of kinship? real kinship  Consanguinal kinship – based on blood relation  Affinal kinship – based on marital relation Pseudo or not real kinship  Fictive kinship – adoption  Ritual kinship – kinship based on rituals or ceremony like ‘Guru’, ‘Mita’ etc in our culture
  8. 8. 3.Write the features of education?  Specialized social activity  An agent of social change  Complete process of socialization  Maintains and transfers culture and knowledge  Means of social control  Contextual role
  9. 9. 4.Write the type real kinship?  Consanguinal kinship – based on blood relation  Affinal kinship – based on marital relation
  10. 10. 6.Write short notes on ANY TWO Family, Marriage and Kinship  The family is the most important primary group in society. It is the most important social groupings of all. The family, in general, is a small group consisting ordinarily of father, mother, one or more children and sometimes near or distant relatives.  Kinship is a relationship between any entities that share a genealogical origin, through either biological, cultural, or historical descent. And descent groups, lineages, etc. are treated in their own subsections
  11. 11. 7.Point out any features of religion. Religion is cultural universal – general practices found in every cultural Religion is means of social control. Religion is a factor of generating conflict between different religious groups and societies. Religion is a means of providing social support.
  12. 12. 8.Define education. Explain its features with suitable examples.  The term education is derived from the Latin ‘educare’ which literally means to ‘ bring up’. The idea of education is not merely to impart knowledge to the students in some areas of study but to develop in him those habits and attitudes with which he may successfully face the future.
  13. 13. features  Specialized social activity  An agent of social change  Complete process of socialization  Maintains and transfers culture and knowledge  Means of social control  Contextual role
  14. 14. 9.What do you mean by a family? Critically differentiate between Nuclear and Joint family.  The family is the most important primary group in society. It is the most important social groupings of all. The family, in general, is a small group consisting ordinarily of father, mother, one or more children and sometimes near or distant relatives.
  15. 15. differentiate between Nuclear and Joint family. Nuclear family Least number of member More responsibility Full care of member Kinship relation is discarded Joint family More number of member Less responsibility Less care of member Kinship relation is supported
  16. 16. 10.What are the subtypes of polygamy marriage? Polygyny (one man marry more than one woman) Polyandry (one woman marry several man) Group marriage (several man and several are in a relationship with one another)
  17. 17. Write about types of family? Types of family On a basis of size • Nuclear • Joint On a basis of marriage • polygamy • Polylandrous • monoganous On a basis of residence • matrilocal • patrilocal and • changing residence
  18. 18. what is kinship?  Kinship is a relation between any entitites that share a geonoligical entities either biological ,cultural ,or historical dsecents .  According to John J. Macionis, “ kinship is a social bond based on blood, marriage and adoption.”
  19. 19. Write basic features of kinship? Basic features of kinship  Kinship is social recognition of biological tie  It is a unit of social structure  Universal – we can find it everywhere  It is a closed bond
  20. 20. THANK YOU ANY QUESTION????????

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