2 or question 3, at around 4 pages long using these sociologists:
Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Max Weber, Norbert Elias, Emile Durkheim, Mauss, Veblen, The Chicago School
Classical sociologists described social life as either dominated by cooperation or by conflict. What are the guiding motives of individual actors that lead them to cooperate or to be in conflict with each other? Do people have to believe that the existing social order is morally justified in order to comply to the rules on norms of society and how important is religion in this regard? What role does economic inequality play in either sustaining or transforming the existing social order? Is it possible and/or desirable to create a society in which no inequality exists?
The discussed authors presented accounts of how societies of the past differ from societies at the present. How do these theorists describe these differences between past and present and how do they explain the historical transition from the former to the latter? How does the relation between individual and society change throughout history, i.e. what are the effects of different forms of society on individuals’ wealth, personal autonomy, and/or self-realization? What kind of changes for the future (from their point of view) do the authors envision?
I am really confused because all of the readings from these sociologists are super dense, and I want to compare my answers with yours beccause I feel I’m not doing a good job. Please let me know if you can help, if you don’t feel like you cannot answer the question well, please let another tutor answer it.
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