In sociology, the term microstructures refer to distinct patterns of close societal relationships created in direct mutual interaction. Nuclear families and neighbor peer circles are significant examples of microstructures. Even society has differently constructed social structures with definite purposes, traditions and customs.
Some social networks or phenomenon’s are shared between the social systems. In microstructure, there is closeness and in-depth affinity towards other members. So the number of members we have such relationship is a tiny fraction compared to macrostructures in sociology.