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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCIOL 3A03
Professor
Dr.Lina Samuel
Semester
Spring

Description
Lecture 4 Emile Durkhein 18581917 Part 1Soc 3A03 Classical Social TheoryMay 20 2014Agenda Part 1Biographical SketchIntellectual Influences and Core IdeasTheoretical OrientationThe Division of Labour 1893Mechanical and Organic SolidarityCollective conscience collective representationsMarx and Durkheim areas of difference and similaritiesEmile Durkheim 18581917There can be no society which does not feel the need of upholding and reaffirming at regular intervals the collective sentiments and the collective ideas which makes its unity and its personality Now this moral remaking cannot be achieved except by the means of reunions assemblies and meetings where the individuals being closely united to one another reaffirm in common their common sentiments Durkheim 191219954745Reading Selections From DurkheimThe Division of Labor in Society 1893The Rules of Sociological Method 1895What Is a Social FactThe Normal and the PathologicalSuicide A Study in Sociology 1897Anomic Suicide Individual Forms of the Different Types of SuicideThe Elementary Forms of Religious Life 1912 Please read some of this as I will lecture on it Thursday
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