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Sociological Theories: Classical and Contemporary Approaches

SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Integration, Social Fact

SOCI 350 B Sept. 21, 2015 Durkheim: Overview:  Social integration and regulation  Types - Anomic suicide  Overview of types  The elementary forms of the religious life - ...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Fact, Sui Generis, Sociology Of Culture

Soci 350B Friday Sept. 11, 2015 1. What is Theory - Knowledge - Used to explain, test, and produce concepts - Lenses 2. Why learn sociological theory - Way of understandin...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Fact, Norm (Social), Individualism

Soci 350B Monday, Sept. 14, 2015 Review of Social Facts:  Exist prior to the individual  Social facts act on the individual  Influence the individual and shape behaviours…similar thought and actions...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Christian Symbolism, Totem, Collective Effervescence

SOCI 350B Sept 23, 2015 Elementary Forms of Religious Life  Increased focus on culture and meaning  Sociology of knowledge – categories of thought  Continued themes - How community cohesion an...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anomie

Soci 350B Sept. 16, 2015 Pathologies of the DoL Durkheim saw a lot of conflict even with DoL He saw that the DoL can take on an anomic form  Anomic division of labour  Anomie- normlessness o ...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Fact, Norm (Social), Individualism

Soci 350B Monday, Sept. 14, 2015 Review of Social Facts: Exist prior to the individual Social facts act on the individual Influence the individual and shape behaviourssimilar thought and actions in a society Pg. 208 quote ...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Collective Consciousness, Social Fact, Sui Generis

Soci 350B Friday Sept. 11, 2015 1.What is Theory Knowledge Used to explain, test, and produce concepts Lenses 2.Why learn sociological theory Way of understanding the world Predict behaviour Building knowledge Sociological...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Norm (Social), Civil Society, Bronycon

SOCI 350B th September 11 2015 Overview Sociological Theory Backgroundtheoretical perspectives of Durkheim Rules of the sociological method social facts Sociological Theory WHAT Accounts of the world Sets of propositions ...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Midterm: MIDTERM review.docx

MARX *Marx is mainly concerned with explaining large historical trends and actions of classes of actors *Rational *classes act according to conflicting ideas (more specifically economic interests) *collectivist *existing...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Asceticism

May, 29 th 05/29/2013 The Unconscious • As a scientific humiliation of Man • Freud says the ego is not the ruler of its...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam
SOCI 350A Lecture 2: May 22nd.docx

May, 22nd 05/22/2013 Max Weber (1864­1920) • Social Action: • “that which, by virtue of the subjective meaning attached...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam
SOCI 350A Lecture 3: May 27th.docx

May, 27th 05/27/2013 Suicide and Solidarity 1. Mechanical solidarity pre­industrial societies people are bound together by...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam
SOCI 350A Lecture 1: May 15th.docx

May 15   th 05/15/2013 Georg W. F. Hegel (1770­1831) • The phenomenology of spirit (1807) • Dialectical method • Being in...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam
SOCI 350A Lecture 5: Jun 5th.docx

Jun, 5th 06/05/2013 Subjects of Race and Empire • Both Dubois and Fanon are dealing in which racial subjects emerge, in which nor...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam
SOCI 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Brian Massumi, Gilles Deleuze, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

6.19.2013 Non-Representational Theories of Affect - Return human body and physical matter to the centre of social theory - Sociologists/Anthropologists  have fixated too much on language and systems of ...

Sociology
SOCI 350
Bonar Buffam

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