3. Political Sociology rightly places emphasis upon the study of the functions of groups in politics.
4. Political Sociology rightly recognizes and advocates the importance of the study of voting behaviour of people, the factors of voting behaviour of the people of each society, and on this basis to draw generalisations about the election of the representatives of the people, party politics and legitimacy of the exercise of power in society.
5. Political Sociology has increased its importance of the study of Politics among nations and it has brought Politics and International Politics Closer.
6. Political Sociology has played an important role in bringing closer all the sub-fields of Politics. It has helped Political Science to become a more comprehensive social discipline focused on the study of politics in its all aspects, social, economic, cultural, and of course political.
No one deny the fact that human political behaviour in just one aspect of human behaviour in environment, particularly in society. Political behaviour is always influenced by social behaviour, economic well-being and morality.
More particularly human political behaviour is deterministically influenced by the system of social relations and interactions among all the members of his society. He is born in a family and gets all his initial values and pattern of behaviour from his family and peer groups.
This provides him the roots for his political behaviour and relations. Hence, the study of human political behaviour can be systematically pursued only by taking into account its social context. Political Sociology serves this necessity.