Sociology is the disciplined study of patterns of human social interactions and their efforts on human thought and conduct. Sociology studies the social rules and processes that bind, and separate, people not only as individuals, but as members of associations, groups, and institutions. The main goal of sociology is to understand human behavior. Sociological perspective is a point of view that focuses not on individuals but their group, or society. In that perspective, globalization, human rights and religion can be explained using social facts or social forces. Globalization is a way to be global, worldwide, international, and intercontinental.
While internationalization has inclined to refer to the process, today globalization has become identified with a number of trends. These include greater international movements of commodities, information, and people, and development of technological, organizational, legal, and other infrastructure to support the movements. It is the combination of internationalization and localization. Business deals, negotiations between governments, dialogue among religious groups, exchanges of ideas among scientists, democratic governance in an increasingly pluralistic world all require social perspective taking and the values it generates.
All People have certain rights and certain expectations from their community and their nations, which are their expected needs. Now food, clothing and shelter are just the basic needs of people, but in the emerging civil society, the basic needs are extended and count the whole of societal life support system as a necessity. In Societal life support system, the society has the obligation to provide people with the means necessary for survival such as foods, shelter, job security, health care, and education. The tragedy of September 11 was consciously committed by individuals who could have chosen to act differently, and who bear moral and legal responsibility for their actions.
The roots of human nature are sunk deep into our history and experiences. When in our own lives we are to find the basis of our human nature, we must look to our early years, the formative years. Now take for example if we placed a newborn in the wild or in a high-class, well-mannered, wealthy family. The human nature of the newborn in the wild will be exactly that, wild and chaotic. While on the ...
What could have lead to an attack of this sort? The findings indicate that war, and poverty can lead to large scale human rights violations. Decades of civil war in Afghanistan created conditions where terrorism and human rights violations flourished prior to the attacks of September 11 th. Certain kinds of ideas can also lead to human rights violations. Whatever the deep causes of terrorism, such as war, the reason is surely a set of religious ideas understood in a wrong way.
The individuals responsible for crimes against humanity of September 11 believed that their cause was so righteous that they were called upon to murder others in its name. This belief is not unique to a particular strand of extremists. It was a basis for violence in various religions for many centuries and is still used by some extremist sects or religions.