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Social Science
Course
SOSC 1930
Professor
Saeed Hydaralli
Semester
Fall

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Class Notes: Durkheim on Suicide - Recognizes that determining the cause of phenomena is usually a difficult thing - CF-Schofield and Causal vs. Contributory vs. Associational (Vs. Correlational) - Complex social processes o In the case of suicide, what’s the conventional way of accounting for it? - It’s a social problem, not psychological - Observes that even when suicide rates increase within or across nation states, the presumed psychological causes remain in the same proportion - Compares suicide rates of Protestants + Catholics within a specific
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