(In Proverbial Form)
By Dr Gee
Man is a social being no less than a reasonable being and an active being.
An individual cannot escape from the influence of society either directly or indirectly.
There is no society without intercommunication.
Individual's behaviour in society is a learned behaviour.
Much of an individual's behaviour is guided by the culture he possesses from society.
Society is a collection of individuals with culture.
Individuals play different roles in different social settings and relationships.
Most of the individuals see themselves in relation to the community.
Socialization process continues throughout in an individual's life.
The relation of social experience and behaviour is highly complex.
An individual's behaviour is a function of his cultural and subcultural experiences.
The self-conception is the most important meaning for an individual's behaviour.
A social role cannot exist without other roles in a situation.
The different actions of an individual are classified intentional and unintentional on the basis of a role designation.
A role taking is an incomplete phenomenon always with varied sensitivity in relation to different aspects of other roles.
The most general form of self-other relationship is that relationship which is means to the accomplishment of shared goals or seperate individual goals.
An individual should select best solution than first successful solution in taking course of action.
Thinking is more efficient than trial and error behaviour in one's course of action.
An individual's social role has atleast one counter or supporting role.
In social activity what is important is to respect other's roles.
Role taking between persons of blood relationships will be more effective than other relationships.
Sex role,an individual reflects,is the most influential form of social relationship.
A social act involves always as its objective,other individual.
Role taking is a social act adjusting to the attitudes of others to one's own ends.
Social act begins in problem to find solution of that problem.
Actions and reactions of individuals in social situations are with specific ends in view.
An individual emerges out of a social process and changes or develops constantly either for best or worst.
Social interaction forms when an individual makes a relationship with others.
Social interaction relates much to the character of individuals taking part in it.
Society will not exist but with culture.
DR GEE VERGHESE GEORGE,D.Litt.