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Unformatted text preview: industrial society & organic solidarity (interdependence) develops out of differences a product of the division of labor heterogeneity (division of labor) => organic solidarity (interdependence, not alienation) => social order a division of labor will lead to the exchange of services create reciprocity of obligations clarifies interdependence defines social relationship s requires high levels of coordination anomie a period of relative normlessness where individual desires are no longer regulated by common norms and where, as a consequence, individuals are left w/o moral guidance a bump in the system after introducing change alienation is caused by a disassociation/disconnect with org and rules...
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- Spring '06