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ANOMIE AND SOCIAL STRAIN THEORY
EMILE DURKHEIM
STRIKING A BLOW FOR SOCIOLOGY
Founded sociology
Wrote The Rules of Sociological Method
Wrote “Sociology and Social Facts”
Instrumental in establishing and contributing
THE SOCIO-HISTORICAL BACKDROP
Durkheim was born in 1858
After the French Revolution of 1789
Time of The Industrial Revolution
THE INFLUENCE OF SAINT-SIMON
Saint-Simon
Emphasized the “positive”
One of first to view society as functional mechanism
EMILE DURKHEIM IN A NUTSHELL
Durkheim
Committed to preserving
Regarded society
Society as an entity
LAW AND THE MORAL ORDER
Moral order
Influence of Saint-Simon
For Durkheim, law was reflection
Moral order or moral consensus
SOCIAL SOLIDARITY
MECHANICAL SOLIDARITY
ORGANIC SOLIDARITY
INTEGRATION AND REGULATION
INTEGRATION
REGULATION
INTO THE BREACH
DEFINITION OF “ANOMIE”.
THE NORMAL AND THE PATHOLOGICAL
Crime was pathological
A certain amount of crime
Crime helps to define
Crime and punishment
WHO DURKHEIM INFLUENCED
Merton
Clinard
Cloward and Ohlin
Matza
Kai Erikson
DURKHEIM’S INFLUENCES cont.
UNCLE “BOB”
STRIKING YET ANOTHER BLOW FOR SOCIOLOGY
Merton
Published “Social Structure and Anomie”
ANOMIE AND DEVIANT BEHAVIOR
Used term “anomie”
Said that anomie takes hold in societies
Said that anomie and deviance
THE ROARING TWENTIES
BUY LOW, SELL HIGH
BLACK TUESDAY
THE DIRTY THIRTIES