IAS Dada Sociology Day 12

Sociology Optional– Sociology as Science (Day-5)

Syllabus for day 5d. Fact value and objectivity.part1Source – CHAPTER 2 ESSENTIAL SOCIOLOGY BY NITIN SAGWANd. Fact value and objectivity.part2Source – CHAPTER 2 ESSENTIAL SOCIOLOGY BY NITIN SAGWANe. non- positivist methodologies.Source – CHAPTER 2 ESSENTIAL SOCIOLOGY BY NITIN SAGWAN Q1. What is cultural lag theory. Is theory of cultural lag is valid in present times? …

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anterns are an integral part of the Vesak Poya festival (Full Moon in May), which is celebrated to mark three important events in the life of Buddha — birth, enlightenment and death.  The Mahabodhi temple, one of the oldest brick structures in eastern India, was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in June 2002.  Located about 115 km south …

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Sunga Art Sunga  Style :  Mauryan artitecture was influenced by Indo Greeks, the pillars, stupas depict the Greek influence whereas  Sunga art was more localised  Religion : Mauryan art patronised Buddhism whereas  Sunga culture practice Brahamanism  Material  : Mauryan used wood on large basis whereas  Sunga used stone as evident from the fact that palace of Patliputra was wood based whereas in Barhut and Sanchi where Sunga art flourished there is …

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Tribal Panchasheel Policy  Nehruvian policy  Rejects both forced Assimilation as well as Isolationist Approach   5 points   Seeks development by the tribal’s own “Genius”  No compulsion from outside  Respect tribal rights of land & forest   Encourage tribal language  For administration, reliance should be on tribal people themselves. Inclusion of tribals in administration   No over administration – Decentralisation through own cultural institutions   XAXA committee – Limited improvements in conditions of tribes   Editing …

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Issues and Schemes

Monument and Archaelogical Sites Amendment Act, amendment bill, 2017   Construction for public purpose – limit has been decreased from 100m to 50m   Benefit   Infra – Socio, economic benefits   Better utilisation of land area   Linkage to tourism to the places   ASI to collect revenues  CAG – ASI 3F issue   May involve local communities near to monuments …

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Gandhiji   Action  Be the change that you want to see in the world.   Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.  Vivekananda  Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached   Every duty is holy and devotion to duty is the highest form of worship   Truth   Even …

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Quotes – Beginning / End    Sanshkrit slogan  PRKRUTI RAKSHATI RAKSHITHA  ( Nature protects if she is protected )  Gandhi  The World has enough to saisfy everyone’s need but not enough for Everyone’s Greed   Robert Swan – the famous explorer – Pneumic – Robert Solow and Swan  The greatest Threat to our environment is the Belief that someone else will save it  Lord Alfred …

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Quotes   Culture  Dinkar – India is a patchwork of cultures, shaped and mentored by its openness, fluidity and timeless beauty.    Then write, this fluidity must tread the new landscape of globalisation (X) by climbing up, descending down, turning and stopping when necessary   Nehru  – India is a Great Civilisation due to its unique ability to blend Unity in Diversity …

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