1.Concept of Development : Political and Social, 2. Approaches of Development : Ideal, Historical and Marxist, 3. Definition and Scope of Sociology of Development and Change, 4. Patterns of Social Change, 5. Planned Change and Development, 6. Development and Under Development, 7. Sociological Perspective of Development,
Paper - II
UNIT - I The Pioneers
1.Auguste Comte, 2. Herbert Spencer : Social Darwinism and Super Organic Evolution,
UNIT - II The Classical Tradition
3.Emile Durkheim, 4. Max Weber, 5. Karl Marx : Materialistic Conception of History, Dialectical Materialism and Class-Struggle, 6. Vilfredo Pareto,
UNIT - III Schools of Sociological Theory
7.School of Sociological Theory, 8. Functionalism, 9. Conflict School, 10. Social Action Perspective,
UNIT - IV Development of Sociological Thought in India : Gandhi and Ambedkar
11.Development of Sociological Thought in India, 12. Mahatma Gandhi, 13. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (1891-1956),
Paper - III
1.Meaning, Scope and Significance of Social Research, 2. Conceptualisation and Formulations of Hypothesis, 3. Methods of Research : Quantitative and Qualitative, 4. Observation, 5. Case Study, 6. Content Analysis, 7. Techniques of Data Collection, 8. Survey, 9.Sampling Techniques, 10.Questionnaire, 11. Schedule, 12.Interview Guide, 13. Primary and Secondary Sources of Data, 14. Classification, Tabulation and Presentation of Data, 15. Graphical and Histogram and Diagrammatical Presentation of Data, 16. Measurement of Central Tendency : Mean, Median, Mode and Standard Deviation, 17. Statistical Analysis of Correlation, Variance and Co-Variance.
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