SOC227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deskilling, Deindustrialization, Knowledge Economy

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Soc 227 lecture 2 theories, post- . Industrialization, the state, current issues. Adam smith, ricardo, malthus, john stuart mill. Human nature is why we"ve developed and have industrialization. Two problems: didn"t explain why and where industrialization occurred, doesn"t explain variation. Lots of revolutions in europe; marx noticed. Advocated a revolutionary overthrow of capitalism. Workers would replace capitalism. Analytic ideas are good, not historical predictions . Dependent variable: transformations in societies (stages) Intervening variables: 1) organization of work and 2) workplace relationships between employees and owners (relations of production) Weber late 19th century. Two objectives: focused on organization. Ideas: work ethic and rationality. Alternative approach to marx. What matters most: technology vs. culture. Mc test next week; scantron (25 minutes, 30 mulitple choice) Don"t change your answer; first impression usually the first to go with. Question of the week: pg. Answer: women do not enter into weber"s view. Question of the week/announcements driving cars)

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