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Sociology for Nurses. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 4768507
  • Book
  • 402 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This book has been written keeping in view the specific requirements of student nurses and fully covers the syllabus prescribed by the Nursing Council of India for nursing degree and diploma courses. Although it primarily aims at catering to the curricular needs of B.Sc. nursing and GNM students, it will also be immensely useful for degree students of various other streams studying sociology. The basic concepts have been explained in unambiguous terms from the students' point of view. Sociological aspects relevant to nursing have been dealt in detail wherever necessary so that students not only learn the subject but also are able to make practical use of the acquired knowledge in profession.

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Unit - 1 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1: Introduction to Sociology 2

Chapter 2: Sociology and Other Social Sciences 7

Chapter 3: Application of Sociology in Nursing 11

Unit - 2INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY

Chapter 4: Individual and Society 16

Chapter 5: Socialization 26

Chapter 6: Brief Review of Human Growth and Development 30

Chapter 7: Rights and Responsibilities of an Individual in a Democratic Society 36

Unit - 3 CULTURE

Chapter 8 Culture 46

Chapter 9: Culture and Nursing 53

Chapter 10: Cultural Diversity 60

Unit - 4SOCIAL GROUPS AND PROCESSES

Chapter 11: Group 66

Chapter 12: Social Groups and Social Processes 74

Chapter 13: Competition, Conflict, Cooperation and Accommodation 83

Unit - 5POPULATION

Chapter 14: Society and Population 92

Chapter 15: Population of India 95

Chapter 16: Population Growth and Malthusian Theory 101

Chapter 17: Population Explosion and Its Implications 105

Unit - 6Human Health and Environment

Chapter 18: Environmental Degradation and Health

Chapter 19: Social Impact of Climate Change

Chapter 20: Health Impact of Pollution

Chapter 21: Social Issues and Environmental Laws

Unit - 7 Sustainable Development

Chapter 22: Water Conflicts and Impact of Dams

Chapter 23: Value of Biodiversity

Chapter 24: Sustainable Development and Land Degradation

Unit - 8FAMILY AND MARRIAGE

Chapter 25: Family Welfare Programme

Chapter 26: The Institution of Family

Chapter 27: Functions of Family

Chapter 28: Types of Families

Chapter 29: : Laws Governing Marriage in India

Chapter 30 The Institution of Marriage

Chapter 31: Problems of Modern Family and Marriage in India

Chapter 32: Family, Marriage and Their Influence on Health

Chapter 33: Family Health Nursing

Unit -9 SOCIAL STRATIFICATION

Chapter 34: Social Stratification

Chapter 35: Caste System and Class System in India

Chapter 36: Social Stratification and Social Mobility

Chapter 37: Race as a Biological Concept: Criteria of Racial Classification

Chapter 38: Effect of Caste, Class and Race on Health and Health Practices

Unit - 10 TYPES OF COMMUNITIES IN INDIA

Chapter 39: Community

Chapter 40: Community Development Project and Planning

Chapter 41: Changes in Rural Life

Chapter 42: Urbanization

Unit - 11 SOCIAL CHANGE

Chapter 43: Social Change

Chapter 44: Social Evolution, Development and Progress

Chapter 45: Factors of Social Change

Chapter 46: Theories of Social Change

Unit - 12SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL SYSTEM

Chapter 47: Social Organization and Disorganization

Chapter 48: Democratic and Authoritarian Modes of Participation

Chapter 49: Voluntary Associations, Inter-Relationship of Institutions

Unit - 13SOCIAL CONTROL

Chapter 50: Social Control

Chapter 51: Social Norms and Values

Chapter 52: Role of a Nurse in Social Control

Unit - 14SOCIAL PROBLEMS

Chapter 53: Social Problems

Chapter 54: Control and Planning: Poverty, Housing, Illiteracy, Food Supplies and Prostitution

Chapter 55: Vulnerable Groups

Chapter 56: Problems of Women, Children and the Elderly

Chapter 57: Rights of Women and Children

Chapter 58: Substance Abuse and Alcoholism

Chapter 59: HIV and AIDS

Chapter 60: Social Welfare Programmes in India

Chapter 61: Role of Nurse as a Change Agent

Chapter 62: Resources of the Country: Natural, Occupational and Industrial

Chapter 63: Social Security in India

Chapter 64: Budgeting for Family

Appendix: Multiple-Choice Questions

Index
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