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Lecture 4

SOCI 350B Lecture 4: SOCI 350 Sept 21

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SOCI 350
Erica Mc Collum

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SOCI 350 B Sept. 21, 2015 Durkheim: Overview:  Social integration and regulation  Types - Anomic suicide  Overview of types  The elementary forms of the religious life - Collective representations Suicide:  What causes suicide? - We tend to think about suicide in terms of personal reasons - Durkheim highlights the social (not psychological) causes of suicide - Demonstrating the need to look at social facts - Suicide rates differ across different groups and times  Comparative method – correlative statistics Explaining the social causes of suicide:  Regulation and integration impacting rates of suicide  Too high or too low levels of integration raises rates of suicide  4 kinds of suicide based in cause  Modern industrial societies related to an increase in suicide – lack of regulation and integration Egoistic Suicide – Low integration:  Some religious groups have higher suicide rates than others. Why?  Highest in Protestantism where individualism is encouraged – allows more independent thought in religious teachings  Weakened social bonds + increased individualism = higher rates of suicide  Higher suicide rates amongst - Protestants and Catholics - Single peop
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