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Theorists. Notes on all theorists & their major theories mentioned in the course. Extremely helpful in preparing for exams.

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC103H1
Professor
Adam Green
Semester
Fall

Description
Topic 1 – Introduction Emile Durkheim: Social solidarity; Functionalism; Auguste Comete: the origin of the term Sociology; Granovetter: “the strength of weak ties” (NS pg8); C. Wright Mills: sociological imagination; Robert Merton: functionalist – “dysfunctional consequences”; -- “manifest” and “latent” functions; Karl Marx: conflict theory; Max Weber: Protestant ethic; Symbolic Interactionism Rationalization Harriet Martineau: Feminist Theory; Arlie Hochschild: Emotion Management; Emotion Labour Topic 2 – Education and Socialization Randall Collins: credential inflation John Dewey: progressive pedagogy Pierre Bourdieu: Habitus Willis Paul: class habitus research; Charles Darwin: Evolutionary Theory; Topic 3 – Deviances and Crime John Hagan: consensus crime; conflict crime; social deviation; social diversion; Conrad and Schneider: deviance’s social context; Roberts Merton: strain theory; Edwin Sutherland: differential association; social learning theories Travis Hirschi: control theory Edmund Bergler: medicalization of deviances; Topic 4 – Family None Topic 5 – Gender & Sexualities Berger & Luckmann: humans have “underdeveloped instincts”; needs culture as a compensation; West & Zimmerman: Doing Gender; Ann Fausto – Sterling: the 5 sexes; Topic 6 – Mass Media None Topic 7 – Sociology & the Environment Charles Perow:
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