The division of work, which is also known as division of labor, is breaking down a work into a sequence of stages and assigned to a group of people, so it requires several steps to fully complete the job. A French sociologist Emile Durkheim is considered as the father of sociology. In his book The […]

The debate surrounding our original state of nature or species being has been hotly contested by scholars for centuries and remains a pivotal line of enquiry in contemporary pedagogic circles. In societies across the globe we observe entire populations governed by (religious) laws and practices designed to manage, control and otherwise police the boundaries of […]

To what extent can patterns of religiosity in this social context be said to differ from other and previous contexts? Introduction The past half century has seen dramatic social change in which changes in religiosity are only a small part. Modern British society is multi-cultural and multi-ethnic; women routinely work outside the home; education is […]

Every year there are about 1,000,000 suicide attempts in the United States and around 50,000 people succeed. From 1999 to 2014 suicide rates have significantly increased by 24%, which means that from a group of 100,000 people 13 will commit suicide. (AFSP, 2017) Several factors such as persons’ feelings or psychological conditions play a role […]

Introduction The aim of this paper is to critically evaluate the suggestions of two notable sociological thinkers, Karl Marx and Emile Durkheim in get to issue out similarities in their ideas. To do so, it is pertinent to have an insight into their history and early lifetime. Emile Durkheim (1858 1917) was a French thinker […]

Civic engagement in accordance with the American Psychological Affiliation is “individual as nicely as communal steps premeditated to acknowledge and address challenges of local community issue. It may possibly be explained as citizens performing jointly to make an amendment or variation inside the local community. Civic engagement embraces communities functioning jointly in both political and […]

Abstract Dependancy would seem to be a sizzling-button problem of society as of late, especially with the impact of the opioid epidemic. Viewpoints on addiction and consequently addicts range from the utmost sympathy to utter disgust, and it appears to be a frequent social fight on whether or not or not addicts have earned treatment […]

Consider recent instances of ‘webcam suicide’ and other cases in which modern digital technology is involved. By the 1850s, suicide was a growing social problem in Europe. Many people felt that it was related to the huge industrial changes taking place at that time. For Emile Durkheim, studying this phenomenon – which is generally seen […]

Roy Andersson, a Swedish filmmaker regarded for his experimental nonetheless simple solution to aesthetic and his humorous perspective on the harmful mother nature of human habits, communicates a deeply rooted and concealed issue alive in the course of the earth these days in his film Songs from the 2nd Flooring (2000). Through this darkish-comedy/drama film, […]