The control is primary in the villages. Villagers keep direct control on the behaviours of one another. If a man violates the tradition he is compelled to follow the tradition. In the cities there is no primary control on account of the lacking in social unity. The secondary control e.g. law or police controls the affairs.
In the villages the control of the primary institutions, is very harsh. As a result of his villagers live ideal life. According to this ideal they develop their individuality. A citizen is a member of several associations whose rules and regulations are different. In this way there are various social and moral idea, out of those none can develop the individuality of a man fully.