Early Sociological Theory - Lecture 1

The industrial revolution and capitalism late 19th

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Unformatted text preview: agricultural society to an industrial society Agricultural society: focus on farming Industrial society: focus on manufacturing (tied to capitalism) Capitalism= factory owners/workers Negative Reactions - Labour movement emerged to fight for workers - Radical movements: aimed to overthrow capitalism - Classical theorists: Mark, Durkheim, Weber 3. Som Aimed to overcome problems generated by the industrial revolution and capitalism Some theorists favoured som: found a solution to these problems Marx- overthrown...
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This document was uploaded on 03/14/2014 for the course SOCIOLOGY 2S06 at McMaster University.

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