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Principles of Sociology
Hirschman’s Principles of Sociology
· Things are real because they are socially constructed.
· Society is not just the aggregation of discrete, pre-existing individuals. That is, the individual is not ontologically prior to the social.
· The ideas we hold about the world change the world.
· The language we use to describe the world changes the world.
· Society cannot be understood by looking at individuals separately from their interconnections and their environments (both social and physical).
· The economy is not separate from the political or social world.
· It is the science of society and studies organized in an organized society.
· It is a general science with all kind of social relationship.
· It is an analytical science.
· In sociologist point of view, man is a social animal.
· It has wider scope.
It studies both conscious and unconscious activities of human being.
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