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Developmt of Sociology

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Developmt of Sociology SOC 310

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Vallon Burris

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Brock Schinner on Tuesday September 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 310 at University of Oregon taught by Vallon Burris in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/187168/soc-310-university-of-oregon in Sociology at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 09/08/15
Sociology 310 Winter 2009 Marxist versus Weberian Theories of Class MARX WEBER l primacy of class over other bases 1 multidimensional model o of inequality and political associa stratification class status tion and party all important 2 transhistorical primacy of class 2 importance of class historically as motive force of epochal social variable not significant in pre change capitalist societies 3 society an objective structure of 3 society a product of the motivated social positions history governed behavior of human actors history by lawlike tendencies contingent and unpredictable 4 capitalism defined by private 4 capitalism defined by spread of ownership of means of production rational technique to all spheres and expropriation of laborers of social life 5 classes defined by their place in 5 classes defined by common life the social relations of production chances based on market returns to their assets 6 relations between classes 6 relations between classes conceived conceived as exploitation as domination and exclusion 7 tendency toward polarization of 7 no tendency toward class polariza classes under capitalism tion persistence of middle classes 8 classes tend toward organized 8 classes rarely engage in communal political action action 9 classless society possible with 9 socialist bureaucracy likely to social ownership of means o become a new privileged status production socialism group


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