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Sociology
Course
SOC 108
Professor
Chupp
Semester
Spring

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Soc 108Friday January 17 2014105 PMSOC 108Lecture Notes03182014Spring 2014 PitluckWallersteins version of BOOMS and BUSTSays its a function of politics Also know as the Kondratief CyclesKondratief CycleshaveState supports quasimonopolies1Economic Growth n Profits2State gets stronger 3BUSTOvertime capitalist losers nonmarkets always destroy quasimonopolies of capitalist winner often with state help leading to over production Ex Prescription DrugsFirms die and shrink Economy shrinksless mulaState grows weaker STATE MUST MUSTER ALL RESOURCES TOGETHER AND FORM ANOTHER QUASIMONOPOLIES TO BOOM AGAINQM and PolThe world economy is the Boom and Bust of many quasimonopolies but how long the quasimonopoly last depends on politics as capitalist losers go to the state to push open the quasimonopoly and create more competition At the same time the state must form the quasi monopoly CHIROT SAYS QUASI MONOPOLIES CAUSED BY TECHNOLOGYand WIN SAYS QM CAUSED BY POLITICSWin Says there will always be new technologies but what matters is who controls it WHY WOULD WALDERSTERIN SAY QM CAUSES BOOMS the more quasi monopolies the more private markets and more revenue the more revenue a state makes the stringer it gets from support of its citizens who will start to support QM HOW CAN STATE DEVELOP QUASI MonopoliesAdvocating ITT POLICIESIndustryGov subsidies and support of core production processesTradeprotective trade policies to promote core production processes Impose free tree on competitors TechGov support of Education ResearchSociology 108 Page 1 TechGov support of Education Research READING QUIDE QUESTIONS 1821The Creation of Global IdeologiesCultureBlue print on how to behave in society GeocultureStories told on a world level that are seen as globally legitimate that we tell as the causes and consequences of social phenomenon Ideology Political strategyRead Pg 60Wallerstein says from French Revolution 3 ideologies was born Conservatism Liberalism RadicalsFR CHANGED THE GEOCULTURE OF MODERN WORLD SYSTEM Political change viewed as normal how things are suppose to go rather than extraordinary unexpectedChanging the mindset of the people from monarchy to sovereignty Reorientation Inclusion and Exclusion POLITICS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSIONConservatives LiberalsChange is extraordinary and violent Change is normal If the change is inevitable we need to decide The educated specialist should decide on whos included Whos going to be included on the new way of life They believe the ELITES religious leaders kings and queens monarchs should be in charged on Who gets to vote Radicals Changes is necessary and desireable Inclusion of everybody LIBERALISM IN THE GEOCULTURELiberty equality n FraternityLiberty expansion of the vote with mass education Give everyone education and the educated ones are allowed to vote Equalittyequal treatment to all citizens no matter your ethnic background Fraternityidea of brotherhoodAll connected ahuman workplace access to wealth and services equalizing income across a lifetime Nationalism ANTIsystemic Movements Sociology 108 Page 2
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