Blood from one person cannot always be safely mixed with that of another, because of the transfusion reaction which could occur due to the presence or absence of agglutinogens and agglutinins in blood.
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Children love play more than any thing else in the world. The friend giving companies to them in their plays are very close and intimate. These friends are children from different families.
The primary groups are considered to be equally important for the individual and society. They are the medium through which we learn our culture. They prepare the individuals to lead a successful social life. The primary groups perform the following functions:
For the clear understanding of primary groups, it is necessary to understand its characteristic. According to Professor K. Davis some of these characteristics are internal while some of them are external.
Different sociologists have classified groups in different ways. While some thinkers have given a simple classification, other has given an elaborate classificatory scheme.
Man is a social animal. He does not live in isolation. His daily life is made up largely of participating in groups. So, men everywhere live in groups, such as family, clan, tribe, community etc.
Groups’ marriage is otherwise known as ‘Cenogamy’. It is that type of marriage in which a group of men marry a group of women. Here, the husbands are common husbands and wives are common wives.
The ideal size of an SHG is 10 to 20 members. Though there is no hard and first rule as regards to the membership, still in a bigger group, members cannot actively participate. Also, legally it is required that an informal group should not be of more than 20 people.
SHG is a small group of rural poors, who have voluntarily come forward to form a group for improvement of the or social and economic status of the members.
Classification means arranging things into groups. There are many living things in surroundings. To make learning simple, we must classify them first. Scientists use similarities and differences to classify living things into groups.