Macrosociology PHI 151
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Date Created: 08/29/16
Sociology 08/29/16 Macrotheory: Study of social structures and how they affect groups and individuals Structural Function Conflict Theory Key Society as a whole Views society as a ideas Different competition between Structures that influence groups (focuses on another distribution of power Equilibrium in society & resources) (one changes, so does the next) Stability and status quo Theoris Emile Dukheim: Carl Marx: his ideas started ts Sucide increases communism and let to the with “anmie” or beginning of WWII disconnect working class vs solidarity: mechanical & owners (bourgeoisie) organic Pros & Pro: Pro: Cons wholistic does not ignore social community building problems (why/how) Cons: Cons: does not explain not good at explaining contention harmony not critical of social ills (sexism, racism) When we all understand a value and belief system that we share it is known as collective conscience Marosociology examines large scale social structures Most important structural functioalist is Emile Durkheim Macrotheoretical perspective is the conflict perspective Karl Marx supports the bourgeoisie theory and explains the how and why. 2
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