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|Section A: Introducing sociology
|Unit I: Sociology as a discipline
|Unit II: Basic concepts
|Unit III: Social Institutions
|Unit IV: Culture and Socialization
|Unit V: Social Processes
|Unit VI: Methods and Techniques of Social research
|Section B: Understanding Society
|Unit VII: Social structure and function
|Unit VIII: Social Stratification and Mobility
|Unit IX: Environment and Society
|Unit X: Western Social thinkers
About NBSE Class 11 Sociology textbook
The study of society and its myriad components has always been a subject of intense interest. Sociology, as a discipline, makes an attempt to systematically study the patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture that profoundly influence our lives and behaviors. In an attempt to streamline this study for the students of Class 11 in Nagaland, the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has introduced a new textbook.
This new textbook has been an outcome of a collective effort and inspiration from teachers of Sociology in Nagaland. The initiative aims to minimize the confusion in teaching Sociology which is, inherently, a very vast subject.
Prior to this textbook, there was a significant challenge that the teachers of Sociology faced – deciding how much to teach under a particular topic. This challenge emanated largely due to the varying coverage given by various textbooks. Consequently, some teachers taught extensively on each chapter, while others adopted a more brief approach. This divergence resulted in a wide range of disparity in the teaching of Sociology, an inconsistency that was reflected in the performance of students in the exams conducted by NBSE.
The newly introduced textbook addresses this disparity. It aspires to bring uniformity in the teaching of Sociology all over the state. It’s an educational tool that intends to standardize the pedagogical approach, providing students and teachers with a structured, reliable, and dependable source of information.
The preparation of this textbook involved meticulous sourcing from a plethora of authors and resources, making it a comprehensive tool. The creators are grateful for all the authors and sources that have contributed to the collation of this knowledge. They believe that the simplified version of Sociology presented in the book will be of immense help to students and teachers alike.
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