LECTURE TWO - LECTURE TWO CLASSICAL THEORIES ON SOCIAL...

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LECTURE TWO   CLASSICAL THEORIES ON SOCIAL INEQUALITY   1. EMILE DURKHEIM (1858-1917) A. SOCIAL SOLIDARITY 1. MECHANICAL SOLIDARITY- agricultural, small A. SIMPLE DIVISION OF LABOR - In every society there  are people who are assigned different economic responsibilities  leading to different roles. B. HOMOGENOUS- people who live in those societies  tend to be very close to each other, maybe relatives or  extended family, or members of the tribe. C. SIMILARITY OF INDIVIDUALS D. COLLECTIVE CONSCIENCE - Family/group is very  important E. INDIVIDUAL EGO NOT PROMINENT -Individual is not  as important, but the family/tribe was. 2. ORGANIC SOLIDARITY
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A. COMPLEX DIVISION OF LABOR -So many people do so many  things. Ex. 300 years ago if you went to a doctor they were  responsible for your whole body, now we have specialists for every  different part of your body. B. DIFFERENCES
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LECTURE TWO - LECTURE TWO CLASSICAL THEORIES ON SOCIAL...

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