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URBAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS
• URBAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS:
- Housing, inadequacy of family and
neighbourhood
- Lack of stability in the social structure
- L...
(1) HOUSING:
- One of the primary necessities
- It provides shelter to family
- Shortage of houses result in congestion
- ...
- Slums exist around factories
- Poverty – main characteristic of slum dwellers
- Basic facilities like adequate air, wate...
- Supplied through pipes
- Piped water supply not sufficient
- Urban authorities fail to supply drinking water
- They need...
- Some industries release gas, solid, liquid into
air and water canals
- Pollution causes damage to ecological balance
- T...
(6) Decline in religious feelings:
- People became materialistic in cities.
- Every body became self- centred
- Mad by pur...
(8) Increasing role of crime:
R.K.MUKHERJEE:
- In industrial centres manhood brutalised
- Women dishonoured
- Childhood po...
(9) Disintegration of joint family:
- Decay of joint family
- Tendency to have limited families
- Husband no longer head o...
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Urban social problems (Sociology)

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Urban social problems (Sociology)

  1. 1. URBAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS
  2. 2. • URBAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS: - Housing, inadequacy of family and neighbourhood - Lack of stability in the social structure - Lack of intimate social relations - Congestion, unemployment, pollution - Diseases peculiar to urban way of life - Increased social disorganization
  3. 3. (1) HOUSING: - One of the primary necessities - It provides shelter to family - Shortage of houses result in congestion - Continuous inflow of rural population results in formation of slums (2) SLUMS: - Areas of substandard housing - Slum-an inhabitated uninhabitable habitation
  4. 4. - Slums exist around factories - Poverty – main characteristic of slum dwellers - Basic facilities like adequate air, water, lighting and sanitary facilities lacking. - Areas of filth, breeding places of diseases - Hideouts for crimes, - Congestion, lack of privacy – slum culture (3) WATER SUPPLY: - Urban man has greater water needs - He must hold supplies in reserve
  5. 5. - Supplied through pipes - Piped water supply not sufficient - Urban authorities fail to supply drinking water - They need water for fountains, swimming pools, parks, gardens - People get water supply once in two days for one hour or half an hour. (4) POLLUTION: - Pollution results from discharge of wastes into environment
  6. 6. - Some industries release gas, solid, liquid into air and water canals - Pollution causes damage to ecological balance - These cost to society (5) TRANSPORTATION: - Cities must have contact with out side world - People to go from one corner to another - To build roads, wider street, build bridges - Traffic problem - Transportation – challenging problem in cities
  7. 7. (6) Decline in religious feelings: - People became materialistic in cities. - Every body became self- centred - Mad by pursuing self- interest - Decline in influence on religion (7) Weakening family control: - Rise in urban population brought weak family control - Family lost orthodox value - Have became lax - Both man and wife go to work - No one left to control children. - Lakhs of workers live without families
  8. 8. (8) Increasing role of crime: R.K.MUKHERJEE: - In industrial centres manhood brutalised - Women dishonoured - Childhood poisoned - Crime on increase - Increase in juvenile delinquency - Rise in evil practices - Workers drink, gamble, go to vices.
  9. 9. (9) Disintegration of joint family: - Decay of joint family - Tendency to have limited families - Husband no longer head of household - Wife finds herself equal of her husband in the family circle (10) Absence of social control: - Fall in fellow feeling sympathy and concern for others - Social control declining - As population increases, decline in control of family, caste, and other institutions.

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