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add to my already written discussion more info on the following during the nineteenth century, students who were interested in in human behavior and social relationships could take courses in psychology/philosophy/history, but sociology wasn't yet established as an academic discipline. as you add to this my discussion, reply to this question what were these students were missing. Also consider the events, social conditions, and intellectual concerns that led Marx, Durkheim, and Weber to seek an understanding of society.

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Juana Saavedra
Thomas Edison State University
Professor Lawrence Katz
January 17, 2017
SOC 387

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Theories of sociology are deep and inspire many. They originated from
Europe in the middle 1800s and 1900s or can be traced to the living culture of
those days. The traditional theorists of sociology such as ‘Karl Max,’ ‘Herbert
Spencer,’ ‘Max Weber’, Vilfredo Pareto’ and ‘Auguste Compte’ was important,
and it played a leading role in improving human sciences. Furthermore, their
thoughts are important in the sociological theory of the modern day since
sociologists study them. They are also considered to be artworks due to their
varied uses and management of almost half of critical issues in the society.
Social Forces:
The social conditions of the nineteenth and during the twentieth hundreds
of years were the very pinnacle of centrality to the development of sociology. The
disarray and social disorder emanating from political upsets arrangements that
were first brought by...

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