sec100407 - ~MS gives rise to the CC and then the CC...

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sec100407 collective consciousness [CC] (37-9) ~def'n: totality of beliefs common to average person (38-9) ~derived from individual but separate and outlasts individ lifetime ~psychology / CC (39) ~the wave- you may not want to participate but the CC beams at you the need to participate and fit in ~rituals are the propensity of human emotions and enforces the CC what is mechanical solidarity and how does it relate to collective consciousness? (61) mechanical solidarity is the union of the two consciences, one of the individual and of the state and how both work together for each other's benefits, for collective means it relates to collective consciousness in the sense that individuals are not a part of the group but are also harmonious in movement, basically, the group's movements are always the same and produce the same effects ~solidarity based in CC -harmonizes ~based in similarity of the individuals
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Unformatted text preview: ~MS gives rise to the CC and then the CC enforced and reinforces the union of MS crime and punishment (32-3, 56, 63) ~defn: crime offends CC ~punishments function is to reassert MS and CC in case of crime(33) ~elements of CC define what is criminal ~CC have beliefs that are "sacred" (56) ~that why emotions run so strong against crimes that break these "sacred" beliefs ~criminal suffers (63) so that CC remains unchanged even tho an act has been made against it; soc reasserts itself and the criminal suffers because of it DL and social solidarity(16-24) ~Dl leads to solidarity (24) ~specialization leads to rel of interdependence which is the basis of the solidarity (21-2) +also leads to rel of exchange ~func of DL it to create solidarity and implicates a moral rule that individuals should do (24) ~opposites attract (16-7) ~solidarity: fusion of images(22)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course SOC 101A taught by Professor Dylan during the Fall '07 term at Berkeley.

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