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2/4/11 The “sociological imagination”: to make connections between (a) large- scale social or organizational processes and (b) individuals (e.g., you) Social scientific analysis = distancing oneself from object of study? NO.
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2/4/11 case study: McDonalds? As an employee at McDonalds, your work process is reduced to unskilled button-pushing (illustrates principle of technical control from Edwards) As a McDonalds restauranteur, you depend on the chain a lot while the chain depends on you only a little
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2/4/11 case study: McDonalds? As an employee at McDonalds, your
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Unformatted text preview: work process is reduced to unskilled button-pushing (illustrates principle of technical control from Edwards) As a McDonalds restauranteur, you depend on the chain a lot while the chain depends on you only a little DONT DO THIS. 2/4/11 Pick a specific problem You are a member of a community nonprofit organization. The problem: how does the NPO get money to operate? You apply for $$$ from private foundations, but these often come with strings attached (resource dependence?)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course SOC 110 taught by Professor Powers during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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