Articles for tag: Division of Labor, Foraging, Gender Roles, Wild Edibles

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Emile Durkheim: Founder of Modern Sociology

David Emile Durkheim was born on April 15, 1858 in Lorraine, France. He was born into a family of Jews whose father and grandfather held the position of a rabbi. (About Sociology, p. 1) During his academic years, Durkheim became known as an outstanding intellect, receiving various awards and accolades for his academics and attending ...

Marx, Durkheim, Weber and the Nature of the Social

Emile Durkheim, Max Weber and Karl Marx perhaps contributed more than all other 19th century philosophers combined to the way in which the nature of the social came to be viewed as phenomenon in the twentieth century. Each of these now widely ready thinkers eventually developed philosophical constructs that places locates the center of the ...

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Durkheim’s Sociology

The sociological paradigms developed by Emile Durkheim in the late nineteenth century remain an important part of academic discourse. For instance, Durkheim believed that deviance was a functional and even natural part of society. In an effort to demonstrate how Durkheim was able to reach this conclusion, this brief investigation considers the basic tenets of ...

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Unemployment Benefits in Delaware

In today’s rough economy many people are finding themselves without jobs. Every state of our great nation is facing record unemployment. Even the “First State” of Delaware is facing tough times. As tough as it may be just remember to try to keep a positive attitude. Collecting unemployment benefits in Delaware can be tricky. The ...

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Classical Tradition in Social Theory: Marx, Weber and Durkheim

Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber all analyzed the way in which society is constructed in great part from its relationship to economic conditions; specifically the division of labor. That the effect the forces of labor and economics have on the way societies are shaped and the way they evolve should be of primary ...

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The History of Phlebotomy

Phlebotomy is a term that came to be in the 20th century, as the process of drawing blood for medical testing. Prior to this, it was a widely used therapeutic method known plainly as “bloodletting”. Bloodletting is a practice that has a very rich and diverse history, and has been performed throughout the ages for ...

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Patterns of Subsistence

Introduction   There are several different ways in which a culture can provide for their subsistence. They can be food foragers, pastoralists, horticulturists, or agriculturists. Each pattern of subsistence has its own level of stratification, settlement patterns, and degree of labor specialization. There are several different ways in which a culture can provide for their ...