Study Guide for Exam 1 Part 1/3
Study Guide for Exam 1 Part 1/3 SOCI 3030
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WILLIAMS1 Study guide test 1 Sociological Theory soci3030 Dorian D Williams Book: Social Theory: Roots and Branches (Peter Kivisto) University: (Georgia State University) for learning purposes only; if registered!!!! Instructor: (Miriam Konrad) Dates: 01/19-01/21 week 2 and week one introduction INSTRUCTIONS: Read each passage in book it is a short answer exam o Alienated Labor (Karl Marx) born 1818-1883 After his death his work was popularized and recognized. Political Economy: Capitalism is conflict as he is a conflict theorist and an atheist Have and have nots possession and possessed no middle class Private Property and appearance that is not ownership but competition over capital ( the process of exchange) Not only does the owner of the property own the land but also the wages of the worker that dwells on his land Greed it takes old (*Libra) to make new (*Libra) if you broke you become more broke vis. v. The producer the (broke worker) is producing things for which only the owner can process or consume. He is making money off of the worker non-achievements of creativity of individualism like a computer or a robot. Thus, alienated low wage, false feeling of achievement, under respected or credited Read alienated labor 3-10 #ESP: 2 contradictions, 2 problems, private property vs. human property (Kivisto 2013) o Manifesto Of The Communist Party (Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels) Radicals, revolutionary, and political investigators spectate are communist against norms that are. Communism Party 1 unrecognized communist power 2 party smaller to novice made known to public and in a sphere angle of society; manifesto To promote change: Bourgeois and Proletarians: read 15-21 reconstructionist strategy to end the “communist” (said Marx) the bourgeois who hold the most power in capitalism Callous cash payments, ego thrilling to bourgeois exchange value (self-worth) o The General Formula For Capital (Karl Marx) The middle man; commodities and structure; capital C-M-C product$ (per-capita^$$ sold) to money for purchase of more or better product M-C-M seed money to product to more money capital 100 to 110 thus middle man *latin for pound * M+O mechanical + organic Kivisto, Peter. “Sociological Theory: Roots and Branches”. 2013. Oxford University Press. WILLIAMS2 Study guide test 1 Sociological Theory soci3030 Dorian D Williams Read pages: 34-37 money process --> capital o On Mechanical And Organic Solidarity ( έ mile Durkheim) born 1858-1917 Structural Functionalist but found conflict with normlessness religion lost power and organic transformation (intermediary) anomie suicide Solidarity by Durkeim 2 parts past Mechanical and modern Organic Mechanical just quicken general manual labor (e.g. mill and the worker) Organic is more of the industrial use of chemicals (free electrons and food preservation)* Mechanical would also be religious to construct society Organic would be also more on science, competitive, and individual differences construct of society (religion still gives some norms: laws) Monopolies exist in both worlds M+O because they are still very largely capital Dependency Adam Smith and John Mill food industry Read Pages: 39-43 Problem would also link his functionality to conflict positive and negative solidary and dependency (Kivisto 2013) o What is a social fact? (έmile Durkheim) The Rules Of Sociological Method(1895) How is sociology different in the sense to all other sciences Order is social “nurtured” (what and how we eat but not only why we eat) “fat vs skinny” dichotomy in media and its effects on population views and anorexia Definitions are not innate but learned Read Pages 44-49 fact collective society (Kivisto 2013) o The Human Meaning Of Religion (έmile Durkheim) The Elementary Forms OF Religion Life (1912) Earliest religions contrast to society with newer religion in search to analyze the bases of conformity and society Structure a template shared , by all, but distinctively different in other aspects The disconnect Godly or not vs. scientifically both should remain knowledge of deceit could manifest Logical vs unknown science is aid; living (e.g. enhanced communication and medical) Reading Page: 60-67 ideal world basis of experience (Kivisto 2013) Terms to know: (1Religion as it is a belief separate for church) (2Protestant: religion separate from Catholicism) *latin for pound * M+O mechanical + organic Kivisto, Peter. “Sociological Theory: Roots and Branches”. 2013. Oxford University Press. WILLIAMS3 Study guide test 1 Sociological Theory soci3030 Dorian D Williams References Kivisto, Peter. Social Theory: Roots and Branches 5th edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. *latin for pound * M+O mechanical + organic Kivisto, Peter. “Sociological Theory: Roots and Branches”. 2013. Oxford University Press.
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