• Society is the whole of relationships that affect people. Living on a particular land is characterized by having a common political will and having a cultural partnership. The individual is the opposite of the word. The core statement of the society is born of the need of people. Human race can not live alone like other species. For this, people come together to form societies.






  • Society Etymology and usage
  • The term “society” came from the Latin word societas, which in turn was derived from the noun socius (“comrade, friend, ally”; adjectival form socialis) used to describe a bond or interaction between parties that are friendly, or at least civil.
  • Society Types
  • Societies are social groups that differ according to subsistence strategies, the ways that humans use technology to provide needs for themselves. Although humans have established many types of societies throughout history, anthropologists tend to classify different societies according to the degree to which different groups within a society have unequal access to advantages such as resources, prestige, or power. Virtually all societies have developed some degree of inequality among their people through the process of social stratification, the division of members of a society into levels with unequal wealth, prestige, or power. Sociologists place societies in three broad categories: pre-industrial, industrial, and postindustrial.
  • Pre-industrial
  • Hunting and gathering
  • Pastoral
  • Horticultural
  • Agrarian
  • Feudal
  • Industrial
  • Post-industrial
  • Horticultural
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