ISS 215 9-9-19.docx - ISS 215 John Klein 1 Durkheim a Every individual has to be integrated into society i But it requires the correct amount too much =

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ISS 215 John Klein 9-9-19 1. Durkheim a. Every individual has to be integrated into society i. But it requires the correct amount, too much = no individuality and too little = no connection b. Social Solidarity (2 types) i. Mechanical Solidarity- Societies that are simple and rural 1. Very simple division of labor (Everyone does their own work) 2. Large sense of community 3. Self Sufficient ii. Organic Solidarity – Societies that are complex and urban 1. Complex division of labor a. Ex. We have doctors divided in specializations on each different part of the body 2. Increased Individualism a. “Always looking out for # 1” c. Social Norms – Accepted and excepted behaviors d. Anomie i. The breakdown of social norms 1. When the breakdown happens, society is in (idk) not good place e. Durkheim and social inequality i. As division of labor increases individuality increases as well ii. Two types of inequality 1. Internal Inequality – You make your own wealth with your own talents a. Bill gates wasn’t born rich 2. External Inequality - Those born with wealth and thrive with what was given to them iii. Every revolution will change the structure of society 1. New rich will rise, and the poor can be reshuffled as well 2. Max Weber
a. Horizontal Organization– Where everyone in the organization is equal b.

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