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Lecture 5

SA 150 Lecture Week 5

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Department
Sociology and Anthropology
Course
SA 150
Professor
Amie Mc Lean
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 5 – February 4th 4/19/2013 1:29:00 AM Structural functionalism Stability and social cohesion Social dysfunction: any social pattern that may disrupt the operation of society Social conflict theory Issues of power, inequality and conflict Forgetting the victims represents the inequality of the minority Serial killers can represent an extreme dominance of men over women Symbolic interactionism Micro-level orientation Interactions and social meanings The economy The social institution that organizes a society’s production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services Mix of socialist and capitalist elements Capitalism: economic system where natural resources and means of production are privately owned Private ownership: individuals can own pretty much anything Profit motive Neoliberalism Justice and freedom as one in the same Own self interest is considered to be just and right and fair Canadian economy is capitalist Socialism: economic system where natural resources and means of production are collectively owned Collective ownership Collective goats Welfare capitalism: combines a mostly market-based economy with extensive
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