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Social Change & Globalization

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Transcript of Social Change & Globalization

Social Change & Globalization
Benfits of Social Change
having a social change affects every fields of our lives, it affects on how do people live their lives from the past values until the new generation.
Functional Theory
Social theories are the study and interpretation of social patterns, from a single event to globalized interaction.
Structural Theory
Family

Communication
Behaviour/Personality
Education
Marxism
Theory
Social change is defined as "a social process whereby the values, attitudes, or institutions of society ... become modified". Many individual theories exist that contribute to the broader notion of social change, either naturally or as a result of community action Social change theory is studied and applied by people in marketing, communications, social work, business and more.
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Sociology
THREE MAJOR
SOCIAL THEORIES

• Functional theorists believe that individuals within a society evaluate their peers and place them in the social order according to how well that person performs in terms of values.
A structural theorist studies the relationship between the social structure and its members, but not how or why an individual within the social structure may have control over other
• Marxism theory bases social life on conflicts of interest and attempts to explain how and why societies change. It is the belief that class conflict brings about change through opposition within social classes.
Theory Combinations

• Structural functionalism follows the belief that each institution, relationship and individual role collectively serves a purpose in the whole of a society. It focuses on positive and negative functions of social structures in an attempt to explain the structures role in society. It is the study of the positions held by individuals and not the individuals themselves.

SOURCES OF SOCIAL CHANGES
Changes in Values/Belief
changes in technology
changes in demographics
globalization
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changes in the physical environment
wars and conquests
social change affects the members of the family on how do they apply each values that filipinos are known for.
the different and new generation of education
the new attitudes of people
the new way of communicating to people through gadgets .
livelihood
how do people live their lives
Globalization
globalization has resulted in growing foreign debts of poor countries, the financial crises of 1997 in East Asia and South East Asia, growing inequality within and among countries, unemployment, underemployment, and poverty. Also globalization in Asia has been responsible for social unrest, drugs, growth of the culture of violence, trafficking of people and neo-colonization that can be called "homogenization and hegemonization".
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research reference:

http://www.ehow.com/info_8119798_three-major-social-theories.html
http://www.studymode.com/essays/Globalization-In-The-Philippines-605669.html
submitted by:
Aaron Philip Gan
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