Notes And Questions For NCERT Class 10 Social Science Democracy and Diversity

Notes for Class 10

Students should refer to the below Democracy and Diversity Class 10 notes prepared as per the latest curriculum issued by CBSE and NCERT. These notes and questions are really useful as they have been developed based on the most scoring topics and expected questions in upcoming examinations for Class 10. Democracy and Diversity is an important topic in Science Class 10 which if understood properly can help students to get very good marks in class tests and exams.

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Apartheid: A policy or system of segregation or discrimination on ground of race.

Racisim: Discrimination one the basis of colour of skin.

Homogenous Society: A society that has similar kinds of people especially where there are no significant ethnic difference.

Migrants: Any body who shift from oen region to another region whithin the country or another country for work or other economica opportunities.

African-American: The descendants of Africans who were brought into America as slaves between the 17th century and easly 19th century.

Civil Rights Movements: It refers to a set of events and reforms movements aimed at abolishing legal racial discriminations against African-American.

Overlapping: Social divisions takes place when some ocial difference overlaps with other differences. Overlapping social differences create possiblities of dep social divisions and tensions.

Cross Cutting: Cross-cutting social diffrences are easier to accommodate.

The Black Power: The black power movement emerged in 1966 and lasted till 1975, which was a more militant anti-racist movement, advocating even violence if necessary to end racism in the US.

Class 10 Social Science Democracy and Diversity

Politics of Social Division

• Social divisions lead to political divisons that result in conflicts and violence.

• Effect of social divisons on voting behaviour.

Class 10 Social Science Democracy and Diversity
Democracy and Diversity class 10 notes