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Option 1 (500-600 words): Whose Table do you Join?

I want you to consider the following scenario: Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Georg Simmel walk into a cafeteria. They each sit at separate tables.

Whose table do you join? Why?

That is what I want you to write about this week. Which theorist's table do you join, and why?

This essay must be between 500-600 words. Submit your finished essays to our Canvas site before 9am, Friday, May 3rd.

Option 2 (500-600 words): What is missing from view?

Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Georg Simmel are four theorists who are almost always taught in Introductory Sociology classes. But these four theorists do not represent the sum total of possible thought about Social life and its operations. When thinking about the theoretical ideas these four theorists advanced, what topics seem to be missing? What Sociological perspectives seem to be missing from their theories? What are their blindspots?

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Msharon
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“Emile Durkheim theory on Social order”
Social order is an essential concept in the field of sociology. Social order entails the study
of how various elements of society interact to maintain stability in the community (Lisa, 2019).
The various elements include social institution, culture, social interactions, and people relation.
Early thinkers and theorists such as Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and George Simmel
presented various theories of social order that explain the existence of significant aspects of
society. Karl max theory on social order emphasized on material possession, and the role of
capitalism in bring people together (Lisa, 2019). Max Weber contribution to sociology focused on
human actions and what motivates...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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