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Macro-level Social structures
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Pattern of social interactions that persist over time. Broad features of society and societal change.
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Industrialization Micro-level
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Social interactions in small groups. Marked by technological advances and urbanization.
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Society sui generis Society vs. individual
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Debate within society between a person and their community. Society exists outside the consciousness of individuals.
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Anomie Solidarity
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Union arising from common responsibilities and interests, as between members of a group; glue that binds people together. A society without solidarity – feels disconnected.
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De-industrialize Functionalism
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Viewing societies as a functional whole, with every function contributing to stability; almost living. Big businesses move out and cause chaos.
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Social Facts Suicide
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The act of severing relationships. Structures and ideas exist outside the consciousness of the individual.
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Agency Structural Determinism
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Sociology founded on the argument of social structure vs. agency; we’re all “robots;” social structures determine what we do. Individuals can change the world they live in.
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Scholar activists Change the world
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Scholar activists apply their data. Use scientific data objectively, and then use it to address an issue (activism).
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Reductionism Emergent Properties
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Interactions between a living thing and environment; can’t predict result.
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