Freud – Oedipal Sexuality; sons want mothers, daughters want fathers etc…
Adler- Inferiority Complex, focused on individual and environment
Erikson- Trained in psychoanalysis built on freud theroes. Believed ppl had stages of development
Jung- Trained in medicine, highly influential dream analysis and symbolization
Termed something called unification of the cell
Marx – Class, Alienation, False Consciousness
He saw division of labour increased alienation.
Workers had no control over any of the work labourers did.
Unequal distribution of wealth, social classes an issue, rich get richer – Communism
Weber – Class and status, Thoughts on Power, Impact of life chances.
Durkheim – Humans are social beings, Sociological look at suicide.
Cannot understand people in individual terms opposite of freud. Have to understand whats
happening in society etc…
Simmel – Individual seen as sum of their connections, Focus on positive aspect of conflict
Maslow – Hierarchy of needs; 1. Self-actualization 2. Esteem 3. Belonging and love 4. Safety 5.
Merton - One important cultural goal in North America was success and how to measure success?
PWLEs – People with Lived Experience.
Hippocrates Four Humours –
Melancholic – Moody, Anxious, Rigid , quiet Introvert
Choleric – Touchy, Restless, aggressive, optimistic extravert
Phlegmatic – Passive, Peaceful, Thoughtful, reliable, calm Introvert
Sanguine – Sociable, outgoing, easygoing extravert Week 3
Societal insanity can be understand as a global property of society and how it is evaluated. Ex lookin at
activity and not the people, with collective you look at people more or population so and societial you
are lookin at the activities
You can view or talk about society that is irrational or insane and yet view the pople in the society as
Fasion fad- Rich people start the trend
Careerism- having that grave discontent with your career no matter how successful you are, its that
consistent seeking for a better job and position
Mobs- are high emotional crowds; they target specific individual or groups of individual ex. KKK
Actions are motivated by fear; fear of the other fear of the perceived or defined enemy; these actions
within the mob are normalized.
Riots- doesn’t target specific people; they result in property damage; can be politically motivated
Mass Hysteria- is understood as a form of disperse collectively where the emotional and rational
happens to a perceived threat. Its disperse b/c the people don’t have to be in the same room. It can
happen anywhere. Y2k; 2012; 911; HIV and AIDSS people didn’t have enough info and hysteria is both
real and perce