Correct Option is: D
(A) abstract concept of unity.
(B) the give and take between two persons.
(C) the development of relationship.
(D) a position, where a person stands in the group structure.
(A) a set of scientific generalisation.
(B) a network of social positions.
(C) any dimension of a social relationship that can take on differing values.
(D) selected means of achieving goals.
(A) specific behaviour of people.
(B) conception of what a person, group or society considers desirable from, sets of preferences.
(C) acquisition of social skills.
(D) orderly change in socialisation process.
(A) specific conduct of behaviour of people.
(B) formal attitude of people.
(C) the movement of people between positions that are on different social levels.
(D) modification of relationship.
(A) correct statements.
(B) prescribed behaviour of people.
(C) statements, assertions and speculations circulate among people in response to unstructured situation.
(D) specific behaviour and attitude.
(A) irregular behaviour.
(B) overt action that occurs in a situation governed by normative regulation.
(C) awareness of common characteristics.
(D) interconnected activities.
(A) unity of a human group.
(B) integration and interaction.
(C) an observer seeks insight by taking part himself in whatever he is studying.
(D) a set of action.
(A) process of utilising knowledge.
(B) some unknown facts.
(C) a new utilisation of existing knowledge.
(D) ways of classifying things.