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SOCI 101 7th week of lecture notes

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SOCI 101 7th week of lecture notes SOCI 101

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These notes covered what the professor discussed in 2-3 lectures during the 7th and 8th week of class.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Angela Potter on Thursday January 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOCI 101 at Towson University taught by Ingrid Pfoertsch in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Towson University.


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Date Created: 01/28/16
SOCI 101 Lecture 7▯ ▯ ▯ Pre-Modern (traditional)▯ • Individual does not exist▯ • Institutions: Sacred Canopy- religion is the dominant institution ▯ • Social Solidarity- Mechanical solidarity / Gemeinschaft / fulk▯ • Everyone lives parallel lives▯ • ex. at 3 all hebrew boys were in hebrew school▯ • What was good, true, and beautiful was religion▯ ▯ Modern (Modernity)▯ • Individual: emerges (weber)▯ • Institutions- start to leave the sacred canopy. Religion loses its dominance. Education isn’t only about religion anymore. Government creates separation of church and state▯ Social Solidarity- Organic / gezellschaft . It is necessary to keep organism alive. Doing your • part in a larger entity. Differences, complexity, Survival depends on everyone doing different things. ▯ • What is good is that the world is evolving, in a state of progress▯ • What is True is science and technology▯ ▯ Post Modern (Post- Modernity) ▯ • Individual: hyper- individualism, you don’t have to follow any other path. Can do your own thing▯ • Institutions- deinstitutionalization. Family decides what kind of structure they want. Education and Science and Technology▯ • Social Solidarity - Contingent, negotiated, linguistic. It depends on the context▯ • There is no agreement on what is good and true▯ ▯ Events that shaped institutions ▯ • WW1 & WW2▯ • Holocaust ▯ • Hiroshima and Nagasaki - atomic bomb▯ ▯ Hegemony: overwhelming dominance/power


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