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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCB42H3
Professor
Dan Silver
Semester
Fall

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Classic Sociological Theory Theory – comes from origins and roots (theoria) 1. abstract/rational vs. empirical 2. general (modernization leads to rationalization) vs. particular (Canada has big democracy) 3. contemplative (why do people commit crimes?) vs. practical 4. exegetical (interpretative) vs. heuristic -increases intellect, sophistication Classic -very best productions, first claims, whatever lasts, define ways of thinking (ways of treating people), world-openings; provide morals, enduring prepositions -classic vs. e
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