Summary of Organizacion Social: Concepto, Características y Tipos

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In the video, the different types of social organization are discussed, as well as their advantages and disadvantages. It is explained that social organizations can be open to anyone or closed to certain groups of people. The video also discusses important social organizations, such as trade unions, consumer groups, professional associations, and social welfare organizations.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, we will be discussing the concept of social organization. We will look at its main features, and see its different types and their importance today. We will start by revisiting what we have already talked about, which is that social organization has two main divisions: as an entity social and as an administrative function. In terms of the administrative function, we have already talked about that aspect. It has to do with the administrative process of planning, organizing, and directing activities in order to achieve organizational goals. As an entity social, it also has a division pertaining to its administrative structure: as a formal and informal entity. We know that the formal entity is supported by the company's structural framework, which we find depicted in the organizational chart. We see different positions, which is a formal organization. It will inform us of the interpersonal relationships of all the people here. That is the formal organization--the one that comes from the relationships between the people in the company. We also see the different sectors of the family represented here: education, health, etc. As for the social structure, we would say that it is an insertive system within a larger system. It interacts and influences each other constantly. There are some key characteristics of social organization that we will discuss
  • 00:05:00 Organization social refers to human groups that have existed since prehistoric times. Our instinctual drive leads us to seek security in a group, preferably in isolation, in order to operate as a massive social organization. This is the macro system that we said was divided into cultures, territories, and even units as small as tribes. The essence of social sociology is the family, which is the primordial part of all of them and which often experiences errors in distribution of labor and a common objective that drives the group as a whole. The second characteristic has a specific end as mentioned, social relationships are always structured around the attainment of a goal, for example, the survival, administration of natural resources, or obtaining a benefit. This objective provides a sense of community and makes the group operate cooperatively in order to distribute tasks necessary for advancing as a whole towards success and with greater ease than would be done separately. Third, structure and hierarchy are characteristic features of social organizations, which are structured and hierarchically organized entities as the distribution of labor requires always a sector responsible for the diligence and coordination of different steps to be followed and maintained in synchronization. There are various degrees of complexity within structures, as the functioning of certain organization can demand organizations smaller or internal to be related in order to achieve the
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses the concept of social organization, its characteristics, and the different types of social organizations. It also discusses the different types of social organizations and their respective advantages and disadvantages. Finally, it discusses the concept of social organization and its different types, including those that are open to anyone and those that are closed to certain groups of people.
  • 00:15:00 The video explains the concept of social organizations, their characteristics, and types. It discusses important social organizations, such as trade unions, consumer groups, professional associations, and social welfare organizations. It also discusses special-purpose social organizations, such as construction committees, regional corporations, and health clinics. Finally, it discusses multi-active social organizations, which develop several similar activities at the same time. These organizations include consumer spending, saving, and credit activities, such as retail sales and loan financing.

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