Introduction to Sociological Theory - Lecture 10

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Unformatted text preview: mode of production; from slavery to Feudalism, capitalism, som, and communism) Durkheim (changes in the basis for social solidarity; from mechanical solidarity to organic solidarity) Individual in Society Marx (exploitation; different types of alienation) Durkheim (anomie; different types of suicide) Comparison of Marx and Weber The Concept of Class Marx (focussed on two classes while recognizing other classes) Weber (addressed four classes) The Development of Class Consciousness Marx (class in itself and class for itself) Weber (class and social class) Dimensions of Social Inequality Marx (focussed on class) Weber (addressed class, status, party) Comparison of Durkheim and Weber The Division of Labour Durkheim (mechanical solidarity and organic solidarity; normal, anomic, and forced division of labour) Weber (characteristics of bureaucracy) Religion Durkheim (mechanical and organic solidarity; the collective conscience; totemism) Weber (Protestantism and capitalism)...
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