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sourabhsingh7892494 , Krietika and 7 others like this
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Okay so Whats ur plan in upcoming days for sociology and we will start using this thread for posting sociological related doubts or stuff.
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We should begin with posting those News Article which we find relevant from sociological perspective. It will help us in scoring good marks in Sociology Paper 2. Please contribute in this initiative as it will make this thread a huge repository of Sociologically relevant article in future.

Format of posting article should be

  • Topic - Name of Topic for which it is relevant.
  • Link - Link of Article
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I am posting an article from today's Indian Express.

Topic - Informal sector

Link - https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/coronavirus-impact-indian-economy-job-loss-migrant-workers-movement-radhicka-kapoor-6392252/
Patrick_jane,
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Topic : Karl marx Class & Middle class 


sourabhsingh7892494, BlueLotus
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Topic: Latent Function (R K merton)|Violence against women.


MahaRana, BlueLotus
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These two articles basically provides international as well as Indian example of increase in Domestic abuse during COVID-19 (Don't have image like above so here is the link:blush:)

Topic: Violence against Women, Patriarchy

Link:
Indian Example
- https://indianexpress.com/article/india/domestic-violence-abuse-complaints-rise-in-coronavirus-lockdown-ncw-6344641/

Global Example - https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/how-countries-are-dealing-with-the-surge-in-domestic-violence-under-covid-19-lockdown-6350186/

Patrick_jane,
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These two articles basically provides international as well as Indian example of increase in Domestic abuse during COVID-19 (Don't have image like above so here is the link:blush:)

Topic: Violence against Women, Patriarchy

Link:
Indian Example
- https://indianexpress.com/article/india/domestic-violence-abuse-complaints-rise-in-coronavirus-lockdown-ncw-6344641/

Global Example - https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/how-countries-are-dealing-with-the-surge-in-domestic-violence-under-covid-19-lockdown-6350186/

Yes my post is regarding latent function of social distancing and lockdown.

Where the manifest function of lockdown is to stop the spreading of covid but its latent function which is unintended consequences of above lockdown action is decreasing crime against women in society i.e outside home.

But we know that there exists dysfunctions for every social action.your post covers the latent dysfunction of lockdown.

Here the latent dysfunction for the lockdown is increasing domestic violence against women.

So our both articles cover rk merton as latent aspect of violence against women due to lockdown.🙂

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Yeah that's why I posted it just after that so that we get both view :+1:.

Patrick_jane,
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Yeah that's why I posted it just after that so that we get both view :+1:.

Can you mention more dysfunctions of lockdown?

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Negative Impact of Lockdown

  1. Domestic Violence
  2. Mental Health Issue
  3. Economic Impact - Informal sector are in distress; Job Loss
  4. Displacement of Migrant Labour
  5. Vulnerable Section - Issue of Exclusion, Entitlement, left on whims and donation of Upper class
  6. Impact on education
  7. De globalisation
  8. Impact on Global Supply chain

I think these are few negative impact of Lockdown more can be added.


Patrick_jane, sourabhsingh7892494
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The Hindu: India’s disease surveillance needs a reboot by Maya John


“According to public health experts, one person in every 10 seconds contracts TB, and up to 1,400 people in India die every day of the disease. This indicates that TB has a R0 value (basic reproduction number) and fatality rate that is way higher than those attributed to COVID-19 so far. However, it is important to note that TB and many other contagious diseases are ignored as “ordinary”, and elicit very low attention. In contrast, some diseases are quickly identified as epidemics of greater public concern.


Diseases are being selectively discovered and have the propensity to be identified as an epidemic when they have a signalling effect for the scientific community. In a majority of instances, it is only when there is a threat of transmission to the well-to-do sections of society or wealthier regions that the disease actually has such a signalling effect. It is not a coincidence that a relatively downplayed disease such as TB is largely a poor man’s disease.”


Patrick_jane,
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Topic:Development vs Environment


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Hello everyone,

I'm looking for a serious aspirant to discuss Sociology Paper-2. I want to discuss each topic in syllabus over video conference so that notes can be enriched (in terms of quoting thinkers, adding additional dimensions, examples etc). If any serious aspirant who has already finished reading for the paper (preferably someone who has given Mains multiple times, as this would benefit such people more) is interested pleas DM me. We can workout a plan. I have given Mains with Sociology 3 times - and willing to share notes etc.

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Topic: Religion and science |Sacred profane notions across religion.


GravityShades, vikas87643
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