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Chapter 15

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Sociology
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SOC101Y1
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Irving Zeitlin

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July 10  lecture  • Semite / Semitic  ▯family of languages, Hebrew, Arabic etc.  • 1.Tribal ownership? Teachings becoming a mass movement (ie. Mohammed)(a  type of mode of production)  • 2. Asiatic mode of production  ▯(highly centralized system) Montescue (asian  desmotism) (pg. 166)  ▯example egypt under the pharaohs, the period before  ▯all  power was concentrated in the hands of the pharaoph, Weber uses the term oikos,  greek term meaning household(dramatizes the nature of the political system)  everyone in the society was a servant in the pharaohs household   ­ Artificial irrigation? Beginnings of an agricultural revolution ie. Learning how  to control the niel river, aka building damns to block the water from  destroying everything  • 3. Ancient  ▯Greece and Rome (slave) the societies were based on slavery   • 4.Feudal mode of production  ▯(has nothing in common with the Asiatic mode) it  is a polycentric system, no real center, the classical places where you had a feudal  political system was Europe, some parts of Asia, Etc.  • 5.Capitalist mode of production  ▯Marx  ▯it emerged in England, (the enclosure  movement pg.170 – the price of wool went up, and English wool was coveted, the  yeomen and peasents (free men) were entitled to that land, but the crown enclosed  that land for the sheep and kicked them out of their own land. The crown then  expelled the yeomen and peasents from their own land, then you had thousands of  peasents, for the first time in English history, roaming the country side without  any land, this was the chief form of the alienation of the producers.. they were  separated from their land, separated from their means of productions.. (basic  means of productions) they then become a potential pro
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