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Department
Social Science
Course
SOSC 1000
Professor
Terry Conlin
Semester
Winter

Description
Bell and Shils 1) Compare E.P Thompson and James Burke on the subject of Industrial revolution. • Overall, he is a socialist so he thought it was negative (the means was not  good, the focus was making money, child labor should not allowed, low  payments  • Connection between Thompson and Marxist?  • Both believed people are being exploited  2) What does Shils means by vertical and horizontal integrated? • Differs amongst society  • Vertical –must have authority and status order  (modern) • Differs amongst society, connected from the center by paying taxes and  religion, poorly integrated, private  • Integrated in a hierarchy of power  • Horizontal­small portions  (elites it’s the church, military) • Now in modernity, mass communication  • Authority/ traditional   • Now the authoritative government is getting involved in smaller  economies  3) What, according to Bell, is the significance of mass production, marketing and  installment buying for modernity? • Survival – new method o
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