Emile Durkheim Theory Of Ideology

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Ideology is a collection of ideas and beliefs that guide an individual, social movement, institution, class, or large group like a body of doctrine, myth and etc, with reference to some social and political plans achieve culture. It has been taken much more suitable meanings to analyze the way in which knowledge and beliefs are determined by the societies’ culture. Ideology is called as a science that is based in analysis of human perception, conceived itself as a sub discipline of biology. The Marxist thinker tries to define ideology and it is introduced through the famous observations that, for any society. The ruling ideas are ideas of the ruling class. This is suggested that our understanding and knowledge. There is certain belief, and …show more content…
The concept has been taken from, The Division of Labor in Society, by Emile Durkheim in which he tries to deal that rules of how to act with one another. He indicates that anomie is a situation where the expectations of behavior are unclear, and system has been failed. This is known as disorder. He tries to define that the disorder caused deviant behaviors, and later it is observed in his work, Suicide, Depression and Suicide. Durkheim believes that the disorder leads the individual towards worthlessness, frustration, lack of purpose and despair. As the result of these things individual becomes criminal because individual does not control over himself. Individual becomes alienated, feels worthless and his efforts of trying and achieving anything else become fruitless. So, with lack of foreseeable alternative, the person falls into criminal …show more content…
It is a term which is linked to issues of subjectivity and identity of the individual. The notion of the self is invoked when one asks a question like ‘who am I?’ ( Culture Theory. 346). At the first glance, this might not be seemed very difficult to answer, he might response to his/her name. But giving the name is not a sufficient answer the 'who am l?'(Culture Theory, 346). Question if you also take it to mean 'what am I? It is commonly said by the philosophers and have held that asking who are necessarily also involves consideration of what are you. Here is the answer is ' I am a mind and body. I (Man) seem as a material being. But the question does not solve here to say a material being, unless you are able to say how much thing as mind and body are related to one another. I am a body and mind or only a structure of flesh and blood, but it does not solve the question of his complexity, unless he does not find. What is the relationships between his body and mind?. Now the question arises. How man's body is connected to his mind, again question raise which did one come space first into existence?. Self is represented through his consciousness; some external and internal stimuli. Plato tries to sort out the question of body and mind. These are two distinct things. Plato tries to explain that the soul may be existed first to the body. Socrates

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