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Mental Illness Essay

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This essay will look Functionalism and Weberianism concepts of class, poverty, ethnicity, gender and race to analyse metal illness is a social problem.

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Sociology Behavioural sciences Criminology Émile Durkheim Structural functionalism The Division of Labour in Society McDonaldization Anomie George Ritzer Social structure Deviance Max Weber Emile Durkheim Robert Merton Van Krieken
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Sociology Behavioural sciences Criminology Émile Durkheim Structural functionalism The Division of Labour in Society McDonaldization Anomie George Ritzer Social structure Deviance Max Weber Emile Durkheim Robert Merton Van Krieken
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Sociology is the study of the social influences such as gender roles, family, religion, economy, and politics and how it effects people’s behaviour (Kellahear, 1990). Sociology is forever changing because the social influences are always changing, with change comes new sociological perspectives. Sociology was first seen in writing from the Scottish enlightenment period, named by a Frenchman Saint Simon in 1789 in the French revolution (Van Krieken, 2000). At this time people were very unequal, for example the high class was not paying tax on a debt the king had to fund for the American revolution, this left the middle and lower class poor and hungry paying taxes. At this time soci...
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