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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCIOL 2S06
Professor
David Young
Semester
Fall

Description
th Lecture 46 – April 7  – Exam Review Exam will be on:  • Last 4 lecture topics : o Theories of exchange and rational choice o Theories of race and racism • Why do sociologists see theory historically? o The historical periods in which theorists lived, and their experience within those periods;  shaped their theoretical ideas  • Developments involving classical theory o A) Historical time frame  th th  18  century to the early 20  century  o B) The enlightenment  Number of ideas came out of the enlightenment  Most were liberal but there was a conservative reaction that came out of it   Social order and social change  o C) Theoretical developments  Prominent developments: • Involved the ideas of Marx, Durkheim and Weber • All three of them lived through the rise of industrialization • Marx discussed the growth of the industrial capitalist society including  the exploitation of workers in factors • Durkheim saw industrialization in terms of organic solidarity and the  growing complexity of the division of labour in society • Weber saw industrialization as industrial enterprises and further into the  analysis of bureaucracy   Developments on the margins • First wave feminists – beginning to develop feminist theories  • Du Bois – beginning to initiate theories of race and racism  • Development involving contemporary theory o A) Historical time frame th th  Early 20  century to the mid­20  century  o B) Theoretical developments  Macro theory • Development o
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