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Sociologist Professor Richard Binder has revealed an “existential crisis” for those who are “caste” and believes that the modern concept of caste can have a huge impact on our society.
“I think that the ‘castes’ concept that is so commonly used is based on a misunderstanding of the nature of our relationship to each other, and the ways in which we construct and interpret our relationships with each other,” Professor Binder told MTV News.
“So the way that we describe ourselves in terms of our social status is to say, ‘We are members of a caste’.”
But in fact, it’s really just a projection of our cultural understanding of ourselves.
We are either an anomia, or we are anomias.””
If we look at our social relationships, we see ourselves in a binary structure.
We are either an anomia, or we are anomias.”
It is a binary system, and it’s an arbitrary way of describing what we are, and what we feel.
“The thing that I’m saying is, if we’re castes, then our identities, our relationships to others, are really determined by the social status of those we’re associated with.”
The more people in our society we associate with, the more important it is that those we associate, the higher the value that we place on our identities.
“Binder, who has previously written on caste, has also spoken out about how social distancing has been detrimental to our mental health.”
There’s this belief that if you’re socially isolated, you’re less healthy,” he said.”
But it’s the opposite.
“In fact, a lot of people in my study [were] socialised to think that social isolation is an important factor in mental health, but it’s actually a negative factor.”
“Social distancing can lead to anomy.
So, if you isolate people, that’s a very bad thing.”
You don’t get to be with people who you like, and they don’t really connect with you, so you can’t relate to them.
“The sociology professor said that social distancedness, in addition to isolating people from the people around them, can also lead to depression.”
A lot of times people who are socially isolated from their communities will have problems with depression, and that’s often caused by the fact that they don, in fact have a lot more social distances than other people,” he explained.”
And the fact is that when we isolate ourselves from the world, it can also be very bad for our health.
“Professor Binder said that a social distance can be an impediment to a person’s mental health in some cases, and there are several ways to help.”
For people who have a sense of self-worth, they need to connect with other people who feel that they have the same values and ideals that they do, and if you can help them do that, then you’ll be able to increase their sense of sense of belonging,” he told MTV.”
We can help people feel less isolated by showing them who they really are.
“Binders believes that, in order to combat this “existental crisis” of anomys, social distancys should be encouraged.”
People need to see themselves as human beings first and foremost,” he concluded.”
They need to feel that their social identity is valued by others, and people can see that in themselves.
“And so, we can create a culture where people feel that, if they’re social distan, they are valued by those around them.”
If they’re socially distanced, they will feel isolated and disempowered.
“People need that connection, and you can do that by showing other people.”
To learn more about Dr Richard Binders research, click here.
Binder is currently a Professor of Sociology at the University of Melbourne, and was recently awarded the ‘Binder Professor of the Year’ award by the Australian Academy of Social Sciences.