Social Institution: Problems and Issues (In the context of Indian marriages institution)
Since humans are social creatures, they are used to living in the group. Humans have created social organizations through a very deep thought to fulfill their various needs. The social system is also saved and can easily be done as well. Such social institutions have changed over time and changes have changed in the structure and function of the organization as well, but humans do not drop quickly because Traditions dear to her. At the same time, it has to be forced to accept new as per the demand of time. For such reasons there are problems in social institutions. As a social organization, in the present article, discusses issues raised with the change in marriage organization.
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