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Career Definitions – SOCIOLOGY

Career Definitions – SOCIOLOGY

CRIMINOLOGY (DIP / PG)

SOCIOLOGY – The branch of knowledge that deals with crime.The scientific study of crime, penal treatment and the behavior of convicts and criminals.

ETHNICS (DEG)

Pertaining to a religious, racial, national or cultural minority group.

LABOUR & SOCIAL WELFARE (DEG / PG)

Labour welfare managers help management make effective use of employees skills and help employees find satisfaction in their jobs and working conditions.

RURAL SOCIOLOGY & PANCHAYATI RAJ (PG)

The sociological study of rural communities and rural life in both agricultural and industrialized societies.

SOCIAL REHABILITATION (DIP)

The training for employement for an individual who is physically and/or mentally handicapped.Vocational rehabilitation may include diaognostic service, counselling, occupational and physical therapy, psychological services, training for specific occupational levels and equipments, job placement, some financial support, tuition for college or technical school, supervision, transportation and/or services aimed at specific handicaps (eg. readers for blind, sign language specalists).

SOCIAL STUDIES (DEG / PG)

The study of society and of individual relationships in the society, generally includes sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science and history.

SOCIAL WORK (CER / DEG / PG / PGDIP)

Government or charitable services for those who are backward socially, economically, handicapped physically or mentally or for special groups such as children, youths or the aged.

SOCIOLOGY (DEG / PG / PGDIP / Ph.D)

Sociologists study the origin, behaviour and interaction of many groups that human form – families, tribes, communities, villages, states and a great variety of social, religious, professional, business and other organizations that have arisen out of living together.

SOCIAL REHABILITATION (DIP)

The training for employement for an individual who is physically and/or mentally handicapped.Vocational rehabilitation may include diaognostic service, counselling, occupational and physical therapy, psychological services, training for specific occupational levels and equipments, job placement, some financial support, tuition for college or technical school, supervision, transportation and/or services aimed at specific handicaps (eg. readers for blind, sign language specalists).

SOCIAL WORK (CER)

Government or charitable services for those who are backward socially, economically, handicapped physically or mentally or for special groups such as children, youths or the aged.Social workers help individuals, families and groups cope with problems of every description.Social work is distinguished by a tradition of concern for the poor, disadvantaged and those too young or those too old to fend for themselves.

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