By Kathy S. Stolley
The fundamentals of Sociology
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Society, as Marx saw it, was an ongoing struggle between the classes: the “haves” (illustrated by the factory owners) and the “have nots” (illustrated by the workers). The result was social conflict and change as those without resources challenged those holding the resources for a piece of the proverbial pie. Later conflict theorists have extended and adapted this idea of continuous tension between groups. They have moved well beyond Marx’s emphasis on class and economics, focusing on other areas such as inequality between races or sexes.
Wright Mills C. Wright Mills (1916–62) was a colorful, contentious, and influential figure in American sociology. He was a tall man (6´2˝), originally from Texas, described as speaking with a “thundering drawl” (Horowitz 1983, 4). Mills cultivated a renegade image with his motorcycle and leather jacket. After riding to work, he would deposit “his paratroop boots on the podium before lecturing to his enthralled students” (Tilman 1984, 9). He reportedly bragged about his prowess with women, married three times, and fathered a child during each marriage.
How to Observe Morals and Manners discussed the methods of fieldwork. Her other sociological works include Eastern Life: Past and Present (1848), a book about the social construction of religion she wrote after a trip to the Middle East, and Household Education (1849), a work on childhood socialization. Overall, her works laid the groundwork for both the interpretive and feminist paradigms of modern sociologists (Lengermann and Niebrugge-Brantley 1998, 239). 15 The Basics of Sociology C. Wright Mills C.
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