What were the uses of sociology in contemporary period? Of the various social science, sociology seems to be the youngest. It is gradually developing. Still it has remarkable progress. Its uses are recognized widely today.
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Short period: Various types of short-run cost curves explained. Short period is a period of time which is not sufficient enough to allow supply to be fully adjusted with the increased demand. In short-period certain inputs can’t be increased or decreased.
Storage of food requires as much care as its purchase in the market if the goals of nutrition, maintenance of quality, wholesomeness and economy are to be achieved.
In the later Vedic period the religious conditions had undergone a change, some of the old beliefs and practices of the Rig Vedic period continued to be in vogue.
The Rig Vedic religion was very simple and the people worshipped various forces and phenomena of nature. Thus they worshipped sky, surya, human forms and bestowed them with human qualities. The various gods worshiped by the people during the Rig Vedic period can be classified into three categories:
All types of clothing’s, whether it is household linens or personal clothing, in order to last long, look fresh and pleasing, need, a lot of care, not only while washing and finishing, but also while storing these clothes.
Historical accounts of Sultanate rulers were written in Persian. Zia-ud-din Barani’s Tarikh-i-Firuz Shahi; Minhaj Siraj’s Tabaqat-e-Nasiri are the most important works of the period.
It was a period of economic prosperity, important development in religious thinking and artistic achievements. Megasthenes came to India as the ambassador of the Greek ruler Seleucus. The earliest stone buildings were based on wooden models.
The coming of the Turks inaugurated a new era in the history of Indian architecture. They brought with them architectural ideas developed in Persia, Arabia and Central Asia. They came into contact with the traditions that had already been developed in India.
Prior to the 19th century, psychology was considered a branch of speculative philosophy. It was not recognized as an independent science with its specific subject matter, and methods of study. The earliest Greek philosophers were of the opinion that psychology was not different from philosophy.