How is development different from other types of change? What kinds of changes can you name?

If change characterizes any phenomenon of reality and is universal, then development is associated with the renewal of the object, its transformation into something new. Moreover, development is not a reversible process. Development always presupposes qualitative changes occurring in relatively long intervals of time.
There are four types of social change:
1) Structural changes concerning the structures of various social formations (for example: family, any other community, society as a whole).
2) Changes affecting social processes (relations of tension, conflict).
3) Functional social changes concerning the functions of various social systems (in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation of 1993, there have been changes in the functions of the legislative and executive authorities).
4) Motivational social changes (motives of personal money earnings, profits, which affects their behavior, thinking, consciousness).

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