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

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Lecture 7 Max Weber 18641920 Part IISoc 3A03 Classical Social TheoryJune 3 2014AgendaReview of last weekThe Distribution of Power Within The Political Community Class Status and Party 191201The Types of Legitimate Domination 1925 pages 204210Bureaucracy pages 212220 Tutorial on WeberTypes of Social Actioninstrumentalrational actionvaluerational actionaffective actiontraditional actionoutlined on pages 156157 of your textThe Distribution of Power Within The Political Community Class Status and PartyWeber argued that distinct interests and forms of power were connected to economic classes status groups and political partiesPowerthe chance of a man or of a number of men to realize their own will in a social action even against the resistance of others1925a1978926The Distribution of Power Within The Political Community Class Status and PartyClassthey are people who share life chances or possibilities that are determined by economic interests in the possession of goods and opportunities for incomeStatusdetermined by a specific positive or negative social estimation of honorPartycharacterized by the strategic pursuit of goals and the maintenance of a staff capable of implementing their objectives parties reside in the sphere of power inside the legal order
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