9f6d8198 - () 2005 40 (social structure and anomie) I...

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I (conformity) + + II (innovation) + - III (ritualism) - + IV (retreatism) - - V (rebellion) + + (the minor but necessary working) (unified theory) 1 (assumptions) 2 3 4 (micro-sociological problems) (macro-sociological problems)
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5 (the rigorous and tightknit system) 6 7 8 Robert K. Merton (1968: 68) (reference group) (relative deprivation) (Role-sets) ((eu)function) (dysfunction) (nonfunction) (FUNCTION: those observed consequences which make for the adaptation or adjustment of a given system.) (DYSFUNCTION: those observed consequences which lessen the adaptation or adjustment of the system.) (NONFUNCTION: irrelevant to the system under consideration.) Robert K. Merton (1968:105) (manifest function) (latent function)
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(MANIFEST FUNCTION: are those objective consequences contributing to the adjustment or adaptation of the system which are intended and recognized by participants in the system.) ( LATENT FUNCTION: those which are neither intended nor recognized.) Robert K. Merton (1968:105) 1 (ignorance)
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2 (error) 3 (imperious immediacy of interest)
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