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Critical Theory

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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC212
Professor
Zohreh Bayatrizi

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January 31 2012 2112012 13000 PM Critical Theory y critical theory takes aim at popular culture y founding figures in Frankfurt during WWII o Theorore Dornau Markuzao all were Jewish in Nazi Germany o all were also leftist intellectuals influenced by the teachings of Marx y Habermas came to prominence after the second world war 1960s discussing the public sphereSigmund Freud y idea of sacrificing own desires and instinctual energies for useful directionsy thought he was a psychoanalyst he often wrote on society eg civilization and its discontent y talked about what you wanted versus what you must dowhat is usefulo if left on our own would we really get up
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