Social Change – Why People Resist Social Change

Social Change – Why People Resist Social Change

Social change is any kind of change in the structure of society, it is the alteration of the already existing social norms and social structure. Social change refers to those non material aspects such as knowledge, ideas, languages and even behavioral patterns of individuals in society. [Read more…]

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are setoff internationally defined targets for development, formulated by the United Nations organization at the Millennium Summit in 2000. It has been ratified by member countries of the United Nations as representing their commitment to improving the lives of people globally. [Read more…]

Child Adoption, Cause, Implications and Public Perception

Child Adoption, Cause, Implications and Public Perception

Child adoption is a socially sanctioned practice which has fast become an integral parcel of human social activity from antiquity through the medieval to the modern industrial capitalist period. Although, before the beginning of seventeenth century, the institution of child adoption hardly existed in the very way and manner as we see it con temporarily. [Read more…]

Media Use Pattern in Rural Communities

Media Use Pattern in Rural Communities

Media are seen as mirror and watchdog in every society. Their qualities and effects are so notable that they cannot be swept under the carpet. Media are indispensable, no individual, group or society can do or carryout their daily activities without the use of media. [Read more…]