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soc203- Lecture 5

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University of Toronto St. George
Irving Zeitlin

Lecture 5Pencil and eraser 150 hours40 TF 15 total 6020 Multiple choice mostly 5 choices some have 6 choices even in materials 20total 40Even from lecture and do cover every thinker Both lectures and readingspop quizes Questions we get from the lectures Authority first reading from TocquevillePoliticalintellectual authorityPolitical authority referring to rules seem as rights or legitimaciessociological investigation legitimate of rules in the section of authorityIntellectual authority what kinds of ideasopinions or intellectual pressures we pay deference to What kinds of pressures do the members of a democracy conform to when it comes to their way of thinking Weber Max Weber Class Status Party 1 Webers definition of power ON THE TEST 2 With MarxProperty a basis of inequality 1 Byond MarxEconomic bases of inequality in addition to propertystatusparty 1 The concept of life chances 2 Significance of Webers analysis of power 3 A recent alternative the class scheme of Eric Olin WrightMax Weber Class Status Party 1 Webers definition of power memorize We understand by power the chance of a man or of a number of men to realize their own will in a communal action even against the resistance of others who are participating in the action class definition of power which sociologists still refers to it1 With MarxProperty a basis of inequalityWeber does not disagree with Marx about the importance of the class He says that property and lack of property are the basics categories of all class situations that acknowledged Marxs fundamental importance of the class
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