(1) Integrative Function : This refers to harmonious relations between members through allocation of rights and obligations, rewards and facilities.
(2) Latent Functions : Those functions which are neither intended nor recognized are called latent functions.
(3) Multiple Roles : This refers to the complex of roles associated not with a single status (or position) but with. different positions or statuses.
(4) Macro Level of Social Structure : The large social pattern that shapes an entire society.
(5) Manifest Functions : Those objective consequences which are intended and expected, and which contribute to the adjustment or adaptation to the system.
(6) Master Status : This is a status that dominates over other statuses of an individual.
(7) Micro Level Social Structure : The pattern of personal interaction that defines everyday life.
(8) Values : H.M. Johnson defines values, “as a conception, or standard, cultural or merely personal, by which things are compared and approved or disapproved relative to one another - held to be relatively desirable or undesirable, more meritorious or less, more or less correct.