Social institutions are patterns or mechanisms of social order dedicated to meet social needs such as economy, government, religion, healthcare, and family.
The family does numerous crucial functions for society. It socializes teenagers, it offers practical and emotional support for its affiliates, it aids in regulating sexual action and sexual reproduction, and it gives social identity to all its members.
Religious institutions perform many essential functions for society. They bring a society together in harmony, prevent evil-doing, explain the unexplained questions on human existence, give psychological and emotional support to members while embracing positive social dynamics.