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Sociological imagination
Personal troubles
Social issues
Quality of mind
Cheerful robots

C.W. Mills

2

Macrosociology
Conflict theory
Base
Superstructure
Forces and relations of production
Social class
Class conflict
Proletariat, bourgeoise
Alienation
Ideology
Exploitation

Karl Marx

3

Macrosociology
Functionalism
Collective conscience
Social facts
Suicide analysis
Anomie
Mechanical solidarity
Organic solidarity

Emile Durkheim

4

Macrosociology
Symbolic interactionism
Verstehen

Max Weber

5

Microsociology
Symbolic interactionism
We become ourselves through social interaction
'I' and 'Me'

George Herbert Mead

6

Microsociology
Symbolic interactionism
People define themselves by how others view them
Sympathetic introspection
Looking-glass-self
Self-fulfilling prophecy

Charles Horton Cooley

7

Microsociology
Meaning, language, thought

Herbert Blumer

8

Functionalism
Survival of the fittest
Social Darwinism

Herbert Spencer

9

Functionalism
Social action theory
Behaviours
Actions
AGIL
Tension and pattern maintenance

Talcott Parsons

10

Symbolic interactionism
Formal sociology

George Simmel

11

Natural state (brutal)
Individuals are the basic building blocks of society
Gov't role to preserve individual self-interest and protect from others
Political revolution

Thomas Hobbes

12

God responsible for emergence of government--secure private property
"Blank slate"
Private property
Advocacy of individual freedom and autonomy
Enlightenment thinker

John Locke

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People were defined and created by society
We never existed without society
Ideal types
Laws define the spirit of the people
Appreciation of cultural diversity

Charles de Montesquieu

14

Social contract
Entered into social contract s free and equal individual
Belief in the autonomy of the individual
Two types of inequality
Enlightenment thinker

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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Techniques used in the hard sciences should be applied to the physical world
Law of three stages
Scientific revolution
Father of sociology

Auguste Comte

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Political revolution
Renaissance thinker
"The Prince"
Human behaviour motivated by self-interest

Niccolo Machiavelli

17

Politcal revolution
Renaissance thinker
"I think, therefore I am"
Masters of our own destiny

Rene Descartes

18

Dramaturgical analysis

Erving Goffman

19

Western Marxism
Hegemony
Domination

Antonio Gramsci

20

Second-wave feminism
Relations of ruling
Patriarchy

Dorothy Smith

21

Third-wave feminism

bell hooks

22

Post-structuralist theory
Power, knowledge, discourse
Discipline, surveillance

Michel Foucault

23

Post-colonial theory
Orientalism
Imperialism
Colonialism

Edward Said

24

Critical race theory

Charles Lawrence
Mari Matsuda
Richard Delgado
Kimberle Crenshaw

25

Globalization
Time-space distanciation
Disembedding mechanism
Symbolic token
Expert systems

Anthony Giddens

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Contributions by women

Mary Wollstonecraft
Harriet Martineau
Anne Marion MacLean

27

Contributions by visible minorities

Anna Julia Cooper
Ida Well-Barnett

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Contributions by visible minorities
Double consciousness

W.E.B DuBois

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Contributions by non-western scholars

Frantz Fanon
C.L.R James
George Padre
Kwame Nkrumah