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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/16/11 SYG 2000 x 9297 Principles of Sociology Instructor: Georgia Bianchi Email: gbianchi@ufl.edu 2/16/11 Today Sign up for group presentation topics You will meet to discuss ideas instead of coming to class on Monday Sept. 15 Finish going over Ch. 1 2/16/11 Three Sociological Frameworks The main theories in which sociological works tend to root their analysis Functionalism Conflict theory Symbolic interaction 2/16/11 Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Funtionalism: how the various parts of society work together to fulfill their respective functions and, consequently, create a harmonious society. Emile Durkheim, Talcott Parsons, Robert Merton Macro level Functions: manifest or latent, dysfunctions Apply functionalism to the family as an institution 2/16/11 Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Conflict Theory: views the social world in terms of competing groups struggling over scarce resources. Karl Marx Macro level Power: who has, how they use it Feminist use of conflict perspective 2/16/11 Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Symbolic interaction: society is composed of symbols that people use to establish meaning, develop their views of the world, and communicate with each other Cooley, Thomas, George Herbert Mead Behaviors depend on the way we define ourselves and others, meanings we give to actions Micro-level interactions, face-to-face interactions Three Sociological Frameworks How is social order possible?...
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