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School
York University
Department
Sociology
Course
SOCI 2040
Professor
Charles Battershill
Semester
Winter

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LECTURE 11 OUTLINE Soc 207006 20122013 1 Lecture 11 Everyday life Its place in sociological inquiry Rita Felski The Invention of Everyday Life Habit Susie Scott Making Sense of Everyday Life Anthony Giddens Social Interaction and Everyday LifeWeber saysthe world could be almost anything it is infinite in its possibilities but human beings ensure that it is always something and thus produce its stability by defining it and thus exercising control over it So by defining a situation an actor generates his or her own possibilities and by so defining that same actor is also exercising control and creating and reproducing the social conditions of control in interaction with other actors From Chris Jenks Active Passive in Core Sociological Concepts 1998 p 268 INTRO Review Ideas from first termThe main concepts A context social actors as meaning makers social action as oriented the social self social institutionsOther important concepts we collected along the way social interaction intersubjective reality shared understandings tacit knowledge theworldtakenforgrantedWHAT WE HAVE LEARNED ABOUT THESE CONCEPTSContext can refer to temporalhistorical geographical physical economic political cultural and social features in which a given social order merges EG surfing order in Polynesia versus recreational beaches in California versus globalism Social actors are interpreters of the world they inhabitSocial action according to Max Weber is action that is oriented to other
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