Sociology - EMILE DURKHEIM

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• Born April 15, 1858 in France. • Father, Grandfather, and Great-Grandfather were all rabbis. • He believed religion could be explained from social rather than divine factors.

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EMILE DURKHEIMBorn April 15, 1858 in France.Father, Grandfather, and Great-Grandfather were all rabbis.He believed religion could be explained from social rather than divine factors.Entered the cole Normale Suprieure in 1879.Read and studied with classicists with a social scientific outlook while in school.The French academic system had no social science curriculum at the time, and he finished second to last in this graduating class in 1882.Spent a year studying sociology in Germany. 1887 - went to Bordeaux to teach pedagogy and social science to new teachers. Through his new position, he reformed the French school system and introduced social science into its curriculum. 1893 - published The Division of Labor in Society.1895 - published Rules of the Sociological Method, and founded the European Department of Sociologique at the University of Bordeaux. 1896 - founded the journal L'Anne Sociologique1887 - went to Bordeaux to teach pedagogy and social science to new teachers. Through his new position, he reformed the French school system and introduced social science into its curriculum. 1893 - published The Division of Labor in Society.1895 - published Rules of the Sociological Method, and founded the European Department of Sociologique at the University of Bordeaux.1896 - founded the journal L'Anne SociologiqueDurkheims examples of social factsLawsMoralsBeliefsCustomsFashionsD

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