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CGS SS 101 Chapter 1-3: CGS SS 101 Chapter 1-3: : Modernization TextBook [McGrath]

Modernization chapter 1: humans have evolved overtime to meet certain survival challenges. Group-living > individualism for survival. need for group living has increased as societies became more modern Urge for a sense of ...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Chapter 26: Marx Das Capital [McGrath, Reader]

MARX, DAS CAPITAL Capitalism involves the circulation of money and the pursuit of surplus (profit)? This is to the detriment of the workers, the systems pursuit of wealth leaves the world increasingly unequal with the work...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Diet Of Worms, John Calvin, Protestantism

The borders are more or less drawn already Nationalistic, more politically and economically united The difference between Luther and Calvin is not that significant Instead: what does all this do to the way society is being...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture 15: MACHIAVELLI THE PRINCE [Prof. Holm]

Politics for your own good Do not need to be a fascist to stand by The Prince The threshold between what was left from the Medieval world and the Rennaissance Born in Florence, 1469-1527 Florence was a Republic, a city-sta...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Mother Of Invention, Social Change, Trans-Cultural Diffusion

01.Social change 02.Law of unintended consequences a. Nobody can predict it b. If you have a society that functions and works well everything inforces one another c. Social change is inherently destabilizing d. SC cannot h...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture 7: Social Evolution

LECTURE- I. Modernization II. Summer; Urbanism and Centralized Authority A. New settlement and demographic patterns III. The bronze age A. Metal tools and weapons Rationalism Logical planning towards a specific goal Secula...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture 6: CULTURE AND ANTHROPOLOGY

LECTURE CULTURE I. Ethnocentrism vs Cultural Relativism II. Anthropology and culture A. Cooleys looking glass B. Aspects of Culture: Social Norms, Language, Rituals, Art, Music, Fashion, Architecture, Food C. Religion and ...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Chapter 12: WEBER ON BUREAUCRACY [McGrath, Reader]

On bureaucracy. Max Weber TRADITIONAL, CHARISMATIC, AND RATIONAL-LEGAL AUTHORITY http:www.soc.duke.edu~jmoody77TheoryNotesweber_bur.htm 1. Principle of jurisdictional areas. a. The regular activities of those governed by a...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ultimate Power, Theocracy, Oligarchy

LECTURE I. Power: Authority vs. Coercion II. Types of Authority: traditional , charismatic, legalrational, expertiseBureaucracy III. National Governments and Sovereignty IV. Philosophies A. Conservative, Progressive, Radic...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Stratification, Genetic Drift, Sexual Selection

LECTURE GENDER, RACE, AND STRATIFICATION I. Human Evolution and Gender A. Division of labor, natural selection, and sexual selection II. Deep History and Racial Characteristics A. Migration , isolation and genetic drift B....

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Economic Surplus, Planned Economy, Communism

LECTURE I. THE ECONOMIC PROBLEM A. Production and distribution II. COMPLEX ECONOMIES A. Surplus, specialization, means of exchange III. TYPES OF ECONOMIES A. tradition , command, market IV. ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY A. Divisio...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath
CGS SS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Demand Curve, Economic Equilibrium, Equilibrium Point

1. Large and small economic forces work together or in opposition, to create and sustain the society that we live in 2. The study of economics allows for the analysis of the production and distribution of goods and service...

Social Sciences
CGS SS 101
John McGrath

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