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Types of people: kind of people, the way they interact, interacting with each other y. Types of relationships: interaction is having a relationship, relationship of attitude, day-to-day reality, how people depend on each other y. Haves and have-nots : how they depend on each other from which group to which group, advantaged and disadvantages groups y 2. Social behaviour: studies through human experiences, cultures, socialization, ethnicities etc y 3. different types of institutions with different types of responsibility. Are static: exist forever, though its dimensions are changing. Institutions are organized and all have a structural component that will evolve with time, it changes continuously but never disappears. Social institutions perform both manifest and latent functions y manifest functions: intended and easily recognized (i. e. universities transmit knowledge) y latent functions: unintended and often hidden, consequence of the latter (i. e. universities are . ) New social problems arose from y industrialization y urbanization y political revolution.

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