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Exercises for ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social

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Assessment for ARTS1870: summaries on collective effervescence, the sociological imagination, and freedom and exchange.

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Sociology Philosophy Behavioural sciences Émile Durkheim Economic sociology The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life The Philosophy of Money Georg Simmel Collective effervescence Social environment Conscience
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Sociology Philosophy Behavioural sciences Émile Durkheim Economic sociology The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life The Philosophy of Money Georg Simmel Collective effervescence Social environment Conscience
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When considering Charles Wright Mills’ Sociological Imagination, the scene in which the children discuss their attitudes towards money presents the interplay between man’s seemingly separate, private ‘troubles’ as both conditional to and determined by the historical patterns of 1960s Britain (Morgan 2001, p. 25) that stood as a watershed between 50s decadence and prosperity and heightened 60s Cold War spectacle and anxiety marked by Churchill’s Iron Curtain, the Superpowers’ pronounced ideological hostility, proxy war campaigns, sustained propaganda wars and arms race rivalry. The general moral insensibility and uneasiness of the de...
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