Prelim review - Know key terms and respective sociologists military keynesiasm leads to debt desire for war benefits the corporations the

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Know key terms and respective sociologists military keynesiasm: leads to debt, desire for war, benefits the corporations the most “taken for a ride”: ruling ideology, institutions institutions: definition? Schools, religion, marriage; help people with organization, self identification veber? protestant ethic: predetermined; save money and donate money spirit of capitalism: spend money instead of saving; money for the gain of the individual 3 classical sociologists: marx, veber, durkheim durkheim: religion marx against empiricism capitalism: private ownership of means of production marx’s theory of value use value: utility exchange value: labor and average time needed to make a product labor race and class - savage inequalities (kozol): systemic forces at work that constrains individuals and affects how they think; differences between students, resources, opportunity; rich students characterized the poor students’ problems as personal problems, i.e. if you took them out of the bad schools, they’d still fail
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2008 for the course D SOC 101 taught by Professor Hirschl,t. during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Prelim review - Know key terms and respective sociologists military keynesiasm leads to debt desire for war benefits the corporations the

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