LNP - LNC
Liberal National Party
and Committee

SOCIOLOGY AS LIBERALISM 

 

Sociology is the study of humankind’s societiesStudy is observation, discovery, analysis, and judgment.  Humankind is the acme of the animal species. Societies are amalgamated group humankind behaviors. Institutions are established behavioral customs, (norms) found in all societies. 

5 Basic Institutions:

  1. Economy– The discovery, conservation, preservation, manufacture, distribution and consumption of essential items of wealth. Elements of wealth: basic, amenities, luxuries, and detriments.
  2. Education - The discovery, preservation, and distribution of knowledge that is essential for the species’ physiological survival and satisfaction of legitimate human psychological, social psychological, sociological, aesthetic needs, and desires.
  3. Government– The enforcement of behavior rules essential for the successful functioning of the institutions. Conducts the institutions so they don’t infringe into each other.
  4. Parentage–The obligation of the procreational contributors to provide for the physiological and social psychological needs of children.
  5. Religion– Holding sacred the moral behavior essential for the society’ survival.  There are false religions that can destroy a society.

There are 3 Ensuite Institutions not essential for survival but are essential for growth and flourishing. 

Secondary Institutions:

  1. Art – The unique creation of reality that affects a feeling.
  2. Recreation– The physical or mental behavior allowing for individual self-fulfillment during discretionary time.

Tertiary Institution:

        3.  Amelioration – Timely confrontation to the breakdown of the society.

ESSENTIAL AUXILIARY INFORMATION (Social-Psychology) –Helps to know these: 

Humankind is a pleasure/pain animal. 

Humankind’s 4 social-psychological needs:

  1. Recognition.
  2. Response.
  3. New experience.
  4. Security.

Personality:

  1. How the brain works (i.e. keen vs. accumulative).
  2. Physiology of the individual (i.e. mesomorph, ectomorph, endomorph, also the innie and outie).
  3. Environment.
  4. The three interacting forming a cause and effect, cause and effect, etc.

The four basic personality types:

  1. Analytical.
  2. Driver.
  3. Group extravert.
  4. Emotional.

PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY

  1. There are 8 essential group behaviors.
  2. All group behavior is on a continuum.
  3. For any chance of societal survival, 18% of that population needs to accept the essential human components.
  4. Nine people and more constitute the minimum sociological group.
  5. The whole has parts that the pieces don’t.
  6. There is no pill or one cure to solve the ills of society.

Rural Urban Continuum: prime example of how and what of a sociological continuum. 

CULTURE: a complex of typical behavior or standardized social characteristics peculiar to a special group. 

SOCIETY: a community or nation or broad grouping of people having common traditions institutions and collective activities and interest which is the largest entity a person can belong.