SOCI 101 7th week of lecture notes
SOCI 101 7th week of lecture notes SOCI 101
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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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