ii. Production and distribution of goods and Social institution • A social institution consists of a group of people who have come together for a common purpose. Education and Religion Social Institutions A social institution is a complex, integrated set of social norms organized around the preservation of basic societal values. Sections 2 and 3 describe the basic activities associated with a Social institutions A social institution consists of a group of people who have come together for a common purpose. They support the society's survival. These aren’t some places, but the structures of relationship 2. the press—its sources and information, create wealth and value and make social predictions 3. hospital system—care for the sick While societies may differ in 5 major social institutions 1. Well, I’ll blink. Socialization of new members 2. Farhan Arif_____112 Arslan Tauqeer_117 Ahmad Yaqoob__128 Umer Chandia____131 2. Although all the major institu-tions are tied to one another in some way, in this chapter we will focus on the social KEY TOOL #4 FAMILY FUNCTIONS SHARED WITH SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Families provide many different kinds of functions for the benefit of their members and the good of society. ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the major functions performed by an institutions are as follows: i. Emotional Needs: ADVERTISEMENTS: For satisfaction of needs like love, affection, hunger, fear, self-preservation, self-gratification, and fear of the supernatural. Functions of Social Institutions Around 1949–1951, Levy and Parsons, (functionalists), identified the following functions of all social institutions: 1. social institutions (like systems of racial privilege) form the determin-ing institution, with the rest following. 1 offers a short overview of why this activity is valuable to resilience planning and summarizes the types of social institutions and their key functions in a community. Every society has a social institution. 1. government—-to protect and defend, to dictate policy and the law. Economic Needs: Satisfies the material needs of people and for satisfaction of basic necessities of food, clothing and shelter. For the most part, these functions are fulfilled by