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Study Guide for Exam 1 Part 1/3

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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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