Answer to Question #153968 in Sociology for Om kadam

Question #153968

1. MacIver defines ____________ as the established forms or conditions of procedure


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Social institution

1. MacIver defines Social institution as the established forms or conditions of procedure.


Institutions are the building blocks of society, which establishes society, fulfills social needs and maintains social order.

Three sociologists on a similar manner conceptualize social institution as the established forms of values, norms.

  1. MacIver and Page define “social institution is the established forms or conditions of procedure characteristics of group activity.”
  2. Ian Robertson defines “an institution as a stable cluster of values, norms, status, roles and groups that develops around a basic social need.”
  3. Horton and Hunt define “an institution as an organized system of social relationship which consolidates certain common values and procedures and meets certain needs of the society.”

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