Contemporary Sociological Theory and Its Classical Roots: The Basics
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Contemporary Grand Theories II
From Mechanical to Organic Solidarity
Classical Theories II
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ability action actors Anthony Giddens argued associated Baudrillard behavior Blackwell Bourdieu capitalism capitalist Chapter concept conflict consciousness consumers contemporary created critical culture Dahrendorf defined differentiation domination Durkheim economic environment especially ethnomethodology everyday example exchange theory feminism feminist theory focus focuses Fordism Foucault gender George Herbert Mead George Ritzer Giddens globalization Goffman grand theory habitus Homans human ideas important increasing increasingly individual integration interaction interactionism interest involves labor lifeworld Marx Marx's Marxian Mead means of consumption Merton modern oppression organic solidarity Parsons's patriarchy performance person perspective political positions postmodern practices production proletariat rational rational choice theory rational-legal authority relations relationship result rewards role Simmel simulations situation social facts social structure social system social theory social world society sociological theory sociologists sociology specific stratification structural functionalism symbolic symbolic interactionism technologies things tion transnational types Weber women workers Zygmunt Bauman