There are five basic components of the human societies: population, culture, material products, social organization, and social institutions. These components may either deter or promote social change. The size of population will greatly affect the
Culture includes values, beliefs, norms, knowledge, language, and symbols. Culture can both deter and promote
Material products consist of a limited amount. Material products will be more likely promote changes because people will try to find other alternatives for those existing products. Social organization is a network of relationship between its members. There are people who hold social positions and political roles that may deter or promote changes. Reformers who hold office positions will persuade more changes in society while conservationist will want things to remain the same.
Social institutions consist of the education system, family, economy, government, and religion. A society's education system has a big influence on the society. If that education system is promoting changes, people in that society will grow up having that thinking, vice versa. A...