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SOC 100 Notes Sept 10

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Sociology
Course
SOC 100
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All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Soc 100 – Lecture 3 09/10/2013 Today: Putting the contemporary U.S. in global and historical perspective  Take home points: Historical perspective Other times have been different The present is a product of the past Global perspective Other places are different The world is inter­connected Historical time                        Geographical place You! Historical Time If you could have livedany  previous era, what would it have been? What would material conditions  have been like for taverage  member of society? What would subjective experience  have been like for taverage  member of society? “Founding Fathers” of Sociology Karl Marx (1818­1883) Interested in transition from feudalism (monarchs, serfdom) to capitalist modes of economic organization  Rise of industrial capitalism Consequences of industrial capitalism  Contradictions of this system Max Weber (1864­1920) Origins of capitalism Rise of bureaucracy   Influence of religion on shaping society Protestantism shaping capitalism Emile Durkheim (1858­1917) Urbanism Division of labor in society Organic solidarity Alienation among people Religion being resilient  The Communist Manifesto (1848) Karl Marx Friedrich Engels Theory of history that t
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