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In this lesson Charu deals with reasons for social division. The precise definition of homogenous group and migrants. Gender division and communalism is discussed in detail.

Charu Modi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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Hi this is fatima upsc aspirant. mam is your lectures of ncert polity 10 class is enough to prepare for upsc. means thats only importants or should I have to read complete ncert??? please reply
Hi this is fatima upsc aspirant. mam is your lectures of ncert polity 10 class is enough to prepare for upsc. means thats only importants or should I have to read complete ncert??? please rep
mam ur videos are very good please try to add some examples which are necessary for that particular topic like example of srilanka and beligium
Its better to read ncert for this part!!
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  1. CLASS X POLITY SOCIAL DIVISIONS BY CHARU MODI


  2. ABOUT ME B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) From National Law University Lucknow Pursuing LL..M. National and International moot court competition winner Wrote mains Interest: dance, reading Rate, Review, Recommend, Share Follow me at : http://unacademy.In/user/charumodi


  3. SOCIAL DIVISIONS accident of birth different religion * discrimination and injustice.


  4. Homeogenous society: A society that has similar kinds of people, especially where there are no significant ethnic differences. Migrant: Anybody who shifts from one region or countrv to another region within a country or to another country, usually for work or other economic opportunities


  5. Three factors are crucial in deciding the outcome of politics of social divisions. 1) how people perceive their identities? 2) how poinical leader raise the demands of any communiny? 2) how political leaders raise the demands of any community? 3) how the government reacts to demands of different groups?


  6. GENDER DIVISION * a These movements are called feminist movements proportion of women among the highly paid and valued jobs is still very small. The Equal Wages Actp work. sex-selective abortion One-third of seats in local government bodies - in panchayats and municipalities are reserved for women.


  7. COMMUNALISM Communal politics is based on the idea that religion is the principal basis of social community These routinely involve religious prejudices, stereotypes of religious communities and belief in the superiority of one's religion over other religions


  8. A communal mind ofien lcads to a qust for poiical dominance A communal mind often leads to a quest for political dominance of one's own religious community. Political mobilization on religious lines.