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Las Reglas del Metodo Sociologico
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet metovo on Listopia. A seminal work in sociology or more broadly, as Durkheim would prefer, in social sciencethis book details what a scientific approach to the study of societies ought to look like.
Many of laa rules the author sets out appear self-evident, even though a myriad of social scientists, students, and amateur thinkers today still fail to abide by them. These rules are for the most part reasonably justified, from his conception of social facts as phenomena external to the individual, to the proper mea A seminal work in sociology or more broadly, as Durkheim would prefer, in social sciencethis book details what a scientific approach to the study of societies ought to look like.
These metido are for the most part reasonably justified, from his conception of social facts as phenomena external to the individual, to the proper means of observing them one must always try to discard any preconceptionsto the proper means of explaning them, to demonstrating an explanation through further proofs. Sections on determining the cause of a social fact in previously existing social facts and not in personal psychological sources ring true among those of us frustrated by current social explanations given in internal or individualistic terms: Two chapters in this volume on distinguishing between “normal” and “pathological” societies and on identifying social types–to which the author ascribes the moniker “social morphology”–are interesting but largely dismissable in today’s academic environment as they reflect a very 19th-Century image of progress in social evolution; while Durkheim doesn’t strictly adhere to the contemporary ethnocentric progression of “savage” to “barbarian” to “civilized man”, he does approximate it with assumptions about “lower peoples” who are “less developed” and a distinguishing of societies into genera and species based on “given phase[s] of development”, etc.
Yet it is in these chapters that we find one of the most controversial and thought-provoking examples in this book: Included in this edition are fifteen additional essays, articles, notes, and letters written by and about the author to further expound on his method and philosophy. merodo
These do well to explain sociology’s place in relation to other social sciences and disciplines, how Durkheim’s vision of a positivist sociology differs from that of the Marxists among his many criticisms: Marxism assimilates preexisting ideas and calls them its own, it rests on inadequate proofs and unproven hypotheses, and it contradicts both itself and scientifically-established factsand to elaborate on a few points of the book that may have generated confusion.
To those who, like me, abhor academic ignorance and believe in sociologivo importance of a set scientific paradigm, this is essential reading.
It is a dry text I’ve attempted to capture it’s tone in my reviewbut it is not without its merits. I don’t even know how I manage to finish this book aside the fact that it is a mandatory reading for the classical theory class in Sociology. I feel the book is okay? Not necessarily radical, but Durkheim’s criticism against Descartes is really interesting and lively, and spot-on. Os fatos sociais devem ser tratados como coisas’. Pretty interesting and at the same time soporific stuff.
I now know what a social fact is, and that they should not be analyzed according to individual practices but by analyzing related social facts. We are products of our society, and not the other way around. Sep 29, Isabel rated it liked it.
Las Reglas del Metodo Sociologico : Emile Durkheim :
Se sigue que el factor activo que queda es el humano. Durkheim da el ejemplo de la densidad material, cuyo aumento modifica profundamente las condiciones fundamentales de la existencia colectiva. Livro pra faculdade, portanto estudei e li com calma e profundidade.
An interesting look at what defines a social fact. Non ho trovato il titolo in dwl, tradotto “Le regole del metodo sociologico”. Erendira rated it liked it Apr 11, Rois Arios rated it liked it Jul 07, Mike rated it liked it Feb 27, Hosein Ahmadi rated it liked it Dec 13, Emy Aron rated it liked it Nov 09, Sergio Villa rated it liked it Jun 21, Jessy rated it liked it Sep 04, Bruno Marques rated it liked it Oct 08, Beth Dougherty rated it liked it Dec 23, Muhammad Shemyal Nisar rated it liked it May 11, Tionne Rogers rated it liked it Dec 18, Jennifer rated cel liked it Jan 17, Alex Noya rated it liked it Dec 23, Hester rated it liked it May 18, Matvey Menetrey rated it liked it Feb 03, Kristina Ferdinandova rated it liked it Aug 27, Khurram Shaikh rated it liked it Apr 02, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Much of Durkheim’s work was concerned with how societies could maintain their integrity and coherence in modernity; an era in which traditional social and religious ties are no longer assumed, and in which new social institutions have come into being.
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His first major sociological work was The Division of Labor in Society Inhe published his Rules of the Sociological Method and set up Much of Durkheim’s work was concerned with how societies could maintain their integrity and coherence in modernity; an era in which traditional social and religious ties are no longer assumed, and in which new social institutions have come into being.
Inhe published his Rules of the Sociological Method and set up the first European department of sociology, becoming France’s first professor of sociology. Durkheim’s seminal monograph, Suicidea study of suicide rates amongst Catholic and Protestant populations, pioneered modern social research and served to distinguish social science from psychology and political philosophy.
The Elementary Forms of Religious Lifepresented a theory of religion, comparing the social and cultural lives of aboriginal and modern societies. Durkheim was also deeply preoccupied with the acceptance of sociology as a legitimate science. He refined the positivism originally set forth by Auguste Comte, promoting what could be considered as a form of epistemological realism, as well as the use of the hypothetico-deductive model in social science.
For him, sociology was the science of institutions, its aim being to discover structural social facts. Durkheim was a major proponent of structural functionalism, a foundational perspective in both sociology and anthropology. In his view, social science should be purely holistic; that is, sociology should study phenomena attributed to society at large, rather than being limited to the specific actions of individuals.
He remained a dominant force in French intellectual life until his death inpresenting numerous lectures and published works on a variety of topics, including the sociology of knowledge, morality, social stratification, religion, law, education, and deviance. Durkheimian terms such as “collective consciousness” have since entered the popular lexicon. Trivia About Rules of Sociolog No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from Rules of Sociolog Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.