b.were both more concerned with change than with stability.c.developed typologies to explain change in the social structure of societies. d.analyzed interpersonal interaction.Answer:
cPage: 103LO: 5TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New59.As a theorist, Emile Durkheim was most interest in the question:
aPage: 103LO: 5TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New60.According to Durkheim, social solidarity in industrialized societies is sustained by
bPage: 103LO: 5TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New61.Durkheim used the term __________ to refer to the social cohesion of preindustrial societies, in which there is minimal division of labor and people feel united by shared values and common social bonds.
bPage: 103LO: 5TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified62.The concept of __________ refers to the social cohesion found in industrial societies, in which people perform very specialized tasks and feel united by their mutual dependence.a.organic solidarityb.mechanical solidarityc.collective solidarityd.specialized solidarityAnswer:
aPage: 103LO: 5TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified63.Durkheim believed that people in industrial societies rely on one another in much the same way that the organs of the human body function interdependently. Social interactionis less personal, more status oriented, and more focused on specific goals and objectives. He referred to this condition as __________.