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SOCY122 Week 10 Notes.docx

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Sociology
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SOCY 122
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Rob Beamish

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Weber – Verstehen: -Interpretive understanding -Ideal types -Protestant/catholic -Trends Elective Affinity: -Religion + protestant work ethic – capitalism Ideal Types: -Designed to solve the problem of comparison -Distinguishes sociology from natural sciences -Captures meaning and essential features of phenomenon -Helps you recognize characteristics – conceive reality Parsons: -Structural functionalist -Any system of human behaviour must have social structure that perform four systems: -Adapt to behaviour -Attain system of goals -Integration of parts -Maintenance of common meanings -Set out a functional system of analysis of economy Authority & Legitimacy: -Often defined as legitimate power -Legitimate power is exercised according to established rules Weber’s 3 kinds of authority: 1. Traditional – b
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