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1 Emile Durkheim Emile Durkheim

2 Durkheim Theory & Methods
The Theory Preindustrial Industrial Simple D.O.L. Complex D.O.L Collective conscience Individualistic Mechanical Solidarity Organic Solidarity Sacred Secular Social integration high Social integration low Consensual norms Anomie

3 Shifting Social Integration
Mechanical Solidarity Organic Solidarity Simple D.O.L. = same tasks Collective conscience = Same beliefs Consensual norms= behaviors = High Social Integration Complex D.O.L.= Different tasks Individualism = Different beliefs Different norms= different behaviors = Lower Social Integration

4 The glue that holds society together
Mechanical Solidarity Organic Solidarity Homogeneity Sameness Sacred Heterogeneity Differentness Interdependent Secular Mechanical Glue is Stickier than Organic Glue Mechanical Glue is stickier than Organic Glue

5 The Shift in Social Integration
Anomie Social Integration

6 Theory to Research: The Social Science Leap (1897)
More integration: Less Anomie Less integration: More Anomie More Anomie: More Suicide Less Anomie : Less Suicide

7 The basic scientific method
Theoretical DEDUCTIVE Empirical INDUCTIVE

8 From the Theoretical to the empirical
Theoretical: Less integration: More Anomie: More Integration: Less Anomie [Operationalization] Empirical: Religion Suicide Rates Jews Low Catholics Medium Protestants High

9 And back to theory…. Egoistic suicide: Suicide as a means to escape facing the consequences of actions. Altruistic suicide: Suicide as a means to contribute to the social group.  Anomic suicide: Suicide from a loss of social contacts and sense of belonging. Fatalistic suicide: Suicide to escape the rules of a social group.

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