Sociology Major Figure4

Sociology Major Figure4 - Sociology Major Figures Du Bois,...

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Sociology Major Figures Du Bois, W. E. B. - (1868–1963) A pioneering theorist on African-American subculture, a civil rights activist, and author of the groundbreaking 1903 masterpiece of sociology and literature The Souls of Black Folk . Du Bois examined in detail the economic and social conditions of African Americans in the three decades that followed the Civil War. Durkheim, Émile - (1858–1917) A French sociologist who explored links between social integration and suicide rates. Durkheim hypothesized that members of groups that lacked a high degree of social integration were more likely to commit suicide. He also believed that deviance is a natural and necessary part of any society and listed four ways in which deviants serve society. Freud, Sigmund - (1856–1939) The father of psychoanalysis, or the analysis of the mind. Freud was interested in how the mind developed and said that the healthy adult mind consists of three parts: the id, superego, and ego. Garfinkel, Harold
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