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Emilie Durkheim A) Social Solidarity a. Mechanical Solidarity – Simple community’s i. Simple division of labor 1. Diff people doing diff jobs 2. Simple 3. US 200/300 ago a. # jobs fews b. Everyone response for their life c. Didn’t depend on others 4. Modern a. 100’s b. Occupations subdivided – complicate c. Doctors - 200 i. Responsible for everything d. Now i. Specialist ii. Heart/Skin ii. Homogeneous 1. Village – Similar a. Jobs b. Race c. Culture d. Church e. Living together – no diff f. Interdependent – help each other 2. Now a. Very diff b. Look at class differences c. Skin color/education/econ ranking 3. Depend on others = No power iii. Similarity of Individuals iv. Collective Conscience v. Individual ego not Prom 1. Well fare of community 2. Now a. Entire life to promote ourselves b. You you you c. Ultimately – dehumanization i. Not what is need for society ii. Example – 85 year old german iii. Dies in apartment iv. No one noticed v. Times goes by…1 year later
vi. TV still on vii. Just skeleton viii. Must have some fam/friends/neighbors ix. Self – centered that fam/friend/ne dead d. Scott – friend i. 2 sisters ii. Nurse / teacher iii. Mother – dies iv. No one noticed v. 4 days vi. Managers of apartment expected vii. Body in kitchen viii. Body popping up ix. Cat sitting on chest e. Dehumanization – so self-centered b. Organic Solidarity – industrialized complex societies i. Complex Division of Labor ii. Differences iii. Interdependence iv. Increased Individualism v. Dehumanization c. Differences i. Mech – people w/ very lil diffs 1. Community 2. Simple ii. Organ – many/big diffs 1. Complex 2. Dependent on others/things B) Anomie a. Break down of social norms Social Norms From normal Most of our life most of the time is reg by social norms Expected and accepted behaviors Certain behaviors by society that are/aren’t accepted and expected 1) Don’t come to class in swimsuit 2) Law against? No 3) Rules? No 4) We still don’t 5) People will look at you – Check on you 6) Something wrong with them 1) Coming to campus 2) Walking w/ bag
3) Happy – feel like dancing 4) Put bag on sidewalk and start dancing 5)

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