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Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology

 
1. Introduction of Sociology
2. Rural Sociology
3. Nature of Rural Sociology
4. Limitations of Rural Sociology
5. Importance of the Study of Rural Sociology
6. Importance of Rural Sociology in India
7. Scope of Rural Sociology in India
8. Characteristics of Rural Life
9. Difference between Rural and Urban Life:
10. What is Culture?
11. Characteristics of Culture
12. Importance of Culture for an Individual and the Group
13. Functions of Culture
14. Social Group
15. Characteristics of Group Life
16. Classification of Social Groups
17. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Degree of Organization
18. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Nature of the Interaction
19. Difference between Primary Groups and Secondary Groups
20. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Nature of Membership
21. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Size of the Group
22. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Territorial Limitations
23. Classification of Social Groups - According to the Profession of Occupation
24. Classification of Social Groups - According to Duration
25. Classification of Social Groups - Based on Social Class
26. Classification of Social Groups - Based on Personal Feeling of Belonging
27. Classification of Social Groups - Based on the Type and Quality of Relationship
28. Reference Groups
29. Rural Social Institutions
30. Rural Family
31. Classification of Family
32. Functions of Family
33. Characteristics of Indian Rural Family
34. Joint Family System
35. Characteristics of Joint Family
36. Disadvantages of Joint Family System
37. Changes in and Dis-Integration of the Joining Family
38. Caste System
39. Characteristics of Caste System in India
40. Advantage or Merits of Caste System
41. Disadvantage or Demerits of Caste System
42. Factors Responsible For Existence of Caste System
43. Factors Unfavorable to Existence of Caste System
44. Erosion of Caste System in India
45. Class and Caste and Difference between Class and Cast
46. Rural Religion
47. Why to Study Rural Religion?
48. Basic Function of Religion
49. Social Function and Social Roles of Religion – As Motivating and Restraining Agent
50. Disadvantages or Demerits of Religion
51. Main Religious of the Word
52. Characteristics of Rural Religion
53. Recycling Of Organic Wastes
54. Educational Institution
55. Type of Education
56. Different Problems Faced by the Village Primary School
57. Present System of Education and Its Utility for Indian Rural Society
58. Rural Government (Grampanchayat)
59. Rural Local Government (Gram Panchayat)
60. Difference between Single-Purpose and Multi- Purpose Society
61. Functions of Multi-Purpose Co-operative Society
62. Educational Psychology
63. General Nature of Learning
64. Definition of Learning and Principals of Learning
65. Types of Learning
66. Curves of Learning
67. Limits of Learning
68. Learning Situation
69. The Elements of Learning Situation
70. Factors Influencing Learning
71. Teaching, Principals of Teaching and Steps in Extension Teaching
72. Intelligence
73. Theories of Intelligence
74. Measurement of Intelligence
75. Normal Distribution of Intelligence Levels
76. Factors Affecting Intelligence