CONTENTS:- 1. Basic facts. 2. Men's movement. 3. Men's rights. 4. Transgender and masculine psychology. 5. Role of society. 6. Community development. 7. Mass society and religion. 8. Social actions. 9. Societal collapse and contract. 10. Counterculture and cultural imperialism. 11. Indus Valley civilization. 12. Different civilizations. 13. India and civilization.
Society is a group of humans broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions and a common culture. Culture can be explained as the evolved human capacity to classify and represent experiences with symbols and to act imaginatively and creatively or the distinct ways that people living in different parts of the world classified and represented their experiences and acted creatively. In an older but still frequently used sense, the term civilization can be used in a normative manner as well: in societal contexts where complex and urban cultures are assumed to be superior to other savage or barbarian cultures, the concept of civilization is used as a synonym for cultural and often ethical superiority of certain groups. In a similar sense, civilization can mean refinement of thought manners or taste. This normative notion of civilization is heavily rooted in the thought that urbanized environments provide a higher living standards, encompassed by both nutritional benefits and mental potentialities.