View Cart
For more information
Call 1-800-351-0222

Home > SOCIOLOGY: DURKHEIM > EMILE DURKHEIM >

EMILE DURKHEIM

On individual-society relationship. Sociologist's concepts of autonomy, dependency, solidarity, morality, religion.
Details
Citations 12
Citation Style TURABIAN
Sources 4
Pages 8
Also Search for EMILE DURKHEIM in all categories
 

Related Essays

  • Emile Durkheim
    This paper provides a brief biographical sketch of Emile Durkheim, followed by an analysis of his theories in four principal works: The Division of Labor in Society (1893), The Rules of Sociological Method (1895)), Suicide: A Study in Sociology (1897), and The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912). Riding a wave of theory from Marx to Engels, in The Division of Labor in Society (1893). A conclusion discusses the author’s assessment of Durkheim’s theories and his legacy.
  • CONCEPT OF SUICIDE RELATED TO 9/11.
    Discusses Durkheim's view of obligatory altruistic suicide. Concept that society is more important than the worth of any individual. Rejection by Durkheim of suicide that appeals to subjective mental states. The Al Quaeda terrorist actions and its concept of "dying for Allah." Arguments that the Al Quaeda attack on the United States was not a holy war as stated in the Koran.
  • Hamlet
    This paper is an argumentative essay in the form of a personal letter to Hamlet, the protagonist of William Shakespeare’s tragic drama. The argument tries to convince Hamlet to abandon his thoughts of suicide and take his rightful place as God’s divinely chosen king of Denmark.
  • Social Change heory
    Discusses a specific social change theory (functionalism) and a specific theorist (Durkheim). Overview of the theory within multiple contexts, describes how the contexts influenced the development of the theory, and discusses the implications of social change according to this theory.
  • GLOBAL TRENDS IN SUICIDE.
    Discusses data on suicide rates in varioius cultures and coutries. Southern, Northern and Eastern European counries; the United States; Canada; Japan; China. Examines the magnitude of suicides as a social and health problam from a cross-cultural perspective. Variations with respect to culture, race, ethnicity, age, gender & socioeconomic status.
  • "THE PROTESTANT ETHIC & THE SPIRIT OF CAPITALISM" (WEBER) & "THE DIVISION OF LABOR IN SOCIETY" (DURKHEIM).
    Compares books & major ideas of two thinkers on nature of social development.
  • The Philosophy of Sociology
    An examination of the philosophies of Weber, Durkheim and Foucault that demonstrates the impact of economics, labor, power, class stratification and other issues on the relationship between the individual and society.
  • RELIGION & SOCIETY.
    Examines views of Marx, Durkheim, Freud & Weber on religion, social change, social stability & modernization.
  • Durkheim's Anomie
    A discussion of the French Sociologist Emile Durkheim’s theory of anomie -- the conditions under which it exists, the consequences of it, and the potential solutions in Durkheim’s writings to the problem of anomie.
  • DRUG ABUSE.
    Consideration as a public order crime. Social context of drug abuse. Social theories that explain drug abuse. Durkheim's and Merton's theories of anomie; alienation and self-destructive behavior in modern society. Best strategy for reduction or elimination of drug abuse in young people as interventions via school or family based programs.
 

Related Pages




/essays/skin/research/images/custom-side.jpg

Become a Premium Member. Buy all pre-written essays for only $2 per page! AND Get $1 of store credit for every $10 you spend!

Testimonials

This makes all the difference.
The staff and writers are true professionals. They are honest and helpful. If you order from them, you are in very good hands.
I'm so happy!
I used to have such a terrible time with writing, but not any more. This company has taken one of my most stressful college experiences and made it easy!
The Best Service Ever!
I really do appreciate Research Assistance. I'm not a good writer and the service really gets me going in the right direction. The staff gets back to me quickly with any concerns that I might have and they are always on time. Thanks a million for your excellent service.

Subjects

 
Show all subjects...