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Lecture 3

SOC203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ibm Officevision, Methodological Individualism, Olin


Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC203H1
Professor
J.Veugelers
Lecture
3

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feb 1 reading notes: Class, status, party by Max Weber
Feb 1 lecture note: "
According to Weber:"
economically conditioned power is identical with power as such"1.
classes are not communities groups united by kinship or a sense of belonging"2.
class situation the typical changeless for a supply of goods, external living conditions and personal life 3.
experiences"
property and lack of property are not the basic categories of all class situations"4.
class interest is relatively unambiguous"5.
properties and propertyless people cannot belong to the same status group"6.
unlike the actions of classes and status groups the communal actions of parties always means a socialization 7.
organized group actions "
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in capital society the way to live together is to group them according to economical sectors"
Durkheim: in correct way to see: common interest. transcending economic sector "
corporatism; social body "
fetism makes corporatism important"
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determine how we are shaped basic interaction
social structure social interaction
- family, school etc.
- repeated patterns of interaction
e.g. unequal gender relation
- patterns of opportunity
e.g. can't talk about music or art
it shapes our views and
Idea what we can do and can't
Tocqueville
our reading was about face to
face relations"
relation between master and
servant within di. country."
back and forth macro and
micro. capital structure as a
nature of social structure.
does he neglect macro level of
social structure?"
he tries to show the
connection. "
he was contrasting democratic
society and aristocratic
society.
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