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Sociology of Power 334 09-11

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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC334
Professor
Ariane Hanemaayer

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POWER LACKS A CONCRETE FORM so we must examine it in situ how does power become a theoretical problem(/question)? J&M were trying to discover the strengths and limitations in Weber's method. each level of analysis has its own "object" or unit of analysis: phenomenological institiutional structural keep in mind this class 'theorizes' power, so we do not
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