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Unformatted text preview: Jince Jacob Sociology Reading Assignment #1 This week’s readings brought focus on people and their involvement with their societies, the effects that result and the power behind groups and organizations. We began the week by reading out of Seinology, which focused on dating and similar relationships to social groups of primary and secondary friends. Later on we focused on the thoughts of Emilie Durkheim, who was one of the founding social theorists of the late nineteenth century. We first begin with Seinology’s views on relationships and it starts off with a relationship barometer, which I can only see as partially true, because I find the speed dial position as something dependent on the person. In today’s social world I believe the speed dial assumption has a 50% chance of actually working because not everyone uses speed dial, with that being said it is possible that someone may not care to place...
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- Spring '08
- Sociology, Emilie Durkheim