BA Sociology Honours - Part-III Sixth Paper 2008 - Calcutta University


Download University of Calcutta B.A. Sociology Honors Part 3 (Three) Sixth (6th / VI) Paper of 2008 University Examination of West Bengal.

BA SOCIOLOGY HONOURS SIXTH PAPER PART-III (OLD SYLLABUS)

Group-A
Answers Question No.5 and any two from the rest
1. Examine the sources of diversities in Indian society. Are theseresponsible
for the growth of regionalism in India? Give reasons for your answer. [marks-15]

2. Distinguish between the joint family and the nuclear family. Do you think
that Indian family is shifting towards nuclearization? Give reasons in
support of your concept. [marks-5+10]

3. What does Srinibas mean by 'Sanskritization'? Make critical analyses of
the concept. [marks-15]

4. Write a note on the nature of Tribal problems in India to-day. [marks-15]

5. Write short notes on any four of the folowing . [Marks- 5*4]
(a) The bases of Indian Unity.
(b) Kinship
(c) Dominant caste
(d) Westernization
(e) Totemism

Group-B
Answers Question No. 10 and any two from the rest

6. Examine the nature of village solidarity in traditional India. [marks-15]

7. Discuss the relationship between Civil society and state in India. [marks-15]

8. Evaluate the impact of Globalization on Indian Society. [marks-15]

9. Discuss the objectives and problems of working class movement in
post-independent India. [marks-15]

10. Write short notes on any four of the following:
(a) Panchayati Raj
(b) Feminism
(c) Power elite in rural India
(d) Modernization
(e) Dalit movement
(f) Impact of industrialization on family in India
(g) The role of the jajmani system in social intregration in India


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