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MEAD
Developed theory of "I" and "Me"
I > original (your own contributions to your identity)
Me > influenced by perception others have of us.
* Chicago School of thought
*one of the founders of symbolic interaction
BLUMER
*coined 'symbolic interaction'
defined as: how humans interact through symbols (language, ect.)
BECKER
developed 'labelling theory'
COMTE
* coined the term 'sociology'
Bourdieu
habitus: cultural context in which one is born. Meaning the social meanings found in this context such as cultural captial.
field:smaller than class, a system of social positions eg. lawyers. where power relations exist.
cultural capital: language, expressions, social skills, that are deemed valuable by certain classes.
Is sociology sexist?
YES
*rationalized view of society, away from feminine irrational view (19th century)
*Dead White Men
but it's getting better with feminism.
WEBER
society is disenchanted
FOUCAULT
power and knowledge are interchangeable
postivism
everything should be studied in a scientific matter
MARX
*focused on how change came through class conflict
*conflict theory
functionalism
Durkheim and Parsons
Interactionism
Weber, Mead, Cooley, Goffeman