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Durkheim and violence

S. Romi Mukherjee

Durkheim and violence

by S. Romi Mukherjee

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell, UNESCO in West Sussex, U.K, [Paris] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gewalt,
  • Theorie,
  • Violence,
  • Durkheimian school of sociology

  • About the Edition

    Interdisciplinary and international in scope, this volume forms the foundations for a Durkheimian sociology of violence, exploring the political anthropology of war, the rapport between power and the sacred and various forms of contemporary irrationalism ranging from mass-mediated suicide to torture at Abu Ghraib.

    Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by] S. Romi Mukherjee
    Series[ISSJ -- 185], International social science journal -- no. 185.
    ContributionsUnesco, Wiley-Blackwell (Firm)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM465 .D863 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p. :
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25205068M
    ISBN 101444332759
    ISBN 109781444332759
    LC Control Number2011509106
    OCLC/WorldCa428031733

    highlights the links between urban violence, poverty, and inequalities based on income, class, gender, and other social cleavages. Providing important new perspectives from the Global South, this book will be of interest to policymakers, academics, and students with an interest in violence and exclusion in the cities of developing countries. In his book The Division of Labor in Society (), Durkheim argued that as society grew more complex, social order made the transition from mechanical to organic. Preindustrial societies, Durkheim explained, were held together by mechanical solidarity, a type of social order maintained by the collective consciousness of a culture.

    Book Description: Emile Durkheim, along with Karl Marx and Max Weber, is one of the three ‘founding fathers of sociology’. This is the first book to situate his sociology in the context of his republican politics, freeing his ideas from more conventional studies and allowing the reader to see his ideas afresh. 1 day ago  Book. Durkein. Book. Durkeke Online. E-commerce Website. Durkeke Online 1. E-commerce Website Durkheim: les règles de la méthode sociologique. Book. Durkheim Is Dead Durkheim Turma Eof. Art. Durkheim and Max Weber Anthony Giddens. Book. Durkheim and Violence. Book. Durkheim et Le suicide. Book. Durkheim et le suicide. Local.

    2. Durkheim s theory of violence (Mike Gane). 3. Durkheimism: a model for external constraint without a theoryof violence (Jacques Plouin). 4. Durkheim, the question of violence and the Paris Commune of (Susan Stedman Jones). 5. Durkheimian sociology, biology and the theory of socialconflict (Jean-Christophe Marcel and Dominique Guillo). 6. Suicide (French: Le suicide) is an book written by French sociologist Émile was the first methodological study of a social fact in the context of society. It is ostensibly a case study of suicide, a publication unique for its time that provided an example of .


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Emile Durkheim (–) developed a wide‐ranging foundational sociology that has often been read as lacking a theory of politics, power and violence. This article argues that this view can be contested and outlines a reading of Durkheim and violence book work that reveals that it places power and violence at the centre of its concerns through the Cited by: 3.

Emerging shortly after the th anniversary of Emile Durkheim’s birth, Durkheim and Violence, offers new and radical perspectives on one of the most pressing issue ofour age: ng the question of violence in the Durkheimian oeuvre itself,this volume also boldly offers Durkheimian and Post Durkheimian explorations ofsuch controversial, but timely subjects such as Abu Format: Paperback.

On violence as the negativity of the Durkheimian: between anomie, sacrifice and effervescence / S. Romi Mukherjee --Durkheim's theory of violence / Mike Gane --Durkheimism: a Durkheim and violence book for external constraint without a theory of violence / Jacques Plouin --Durkheim, the question of violence and the Paris Commune of / Susan Stedman Jones.

Today, Durkheim's work is also useful to sociologists who rely on his concept of anomie to study the way violence often crops up—whether to the self or others—in the midst of societal change. This concept refers to how societal change, or the perception of it, can cause one to feel disconnected from society given changes in norms, values.

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Emile Durkheim (–) developed a wide-ranging foundational sociology that has often been read as lacking a theory of politics, power and violence. Suicide (French: Le Suicide) is an book written by French sociologist Émile is ostensibly a case study of suicide, a publication unique for its time that provided an example of what the sociological monograph should look argue that it is not a case study, which makes it unique among other scholarly work on the same subject.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Literaturverz. [] - Description: Seiten: Illustrationen. Contents: Abstracts violence as the negativity of the Durkheimian: between anomie, sacrifice and effervescence / S. Romi Mukherjee --Durkheim's theory of violence / Mike Gane --Durkheimism: a model for external constraint without a theory.

Durkheim believed the difference in suicide rates showed the influence of social facts and culture on actions. Some of his research in the area has been questioned in recent years, but his suicide research was groundbreaking and shed light on how society affects our individual attitudes and actions.

Looking for books by Émile Durkheim. See all books authored by Émile Durkheim, including The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life: A Study in Religious Sociology, and de la Division Du Travail Social: tude Sur l'Organisation Des Soci t s Sup rieures, and more on This dissertation is an exegetical work, and attempts to unpack the Criminology of Emile Durkheim.

It is divided into six chapters, five of which are expository, the sixth critical. It begins with a look - in overview - at Durkheim`s philosophy and how it underpins his theories of crime and punishment (chap.1). Emile Durkheim was a French philosopher who was born on 15 April, Durkheim acknowledged Comte as his master.

On a sociological perspective when Comte and Spencer were considered as the founding fathers of Sociology, Durkheim is considered as the grandfather and the systematic approach to study the society began with him.

First, the scope of Durkheim's approach is evident in the weight he places on types of violenceespecially homicidal and suicidal behavior, which are taken as indicators of morality in terms of the value placed on individual life (Durkheimp.`,).

Second, he. Functionalism is basic to Durkheim's sociology. Like other functionalists, he focused on the problem of order and the positive effects of social institutions, explaining their existence in terms of their functionally necessary contributions.

As a pioneer he grappled with many of the basic problems posed by this perspective. that Durkheim's whole outlook, his account of the social fact, his 'conscience collective', his theory of history, society, knowledge, religion, crime and punishment - all stand in opposition to the whole tenor of individualist (though not empiricist or positivist) philosophy for the past two centuries.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Durkheim and violence / Interdisciplinary and international in scope, this volume forms the foundations for a Durkheimian sociology of violence, exploring the political anthropology of war, the rapport between power and the sacred and various forms of contemporary irrationalism ranging from mass.

Reflections on Violence first appeared in book form inbut Sorel had begun publishing in Italy texts on violence that would go into the book as early as October Émile Durkheim, Les formes élémentaires de la vie religeuse: Le système totémique en. pages: 25 cm Interdisciplinary and international in scope, this volume forms the foundations for a Durkheimian sociology of violence, exploring the political anthropology of war, the rapport between power and the sacred and various forms of contemporary irrationalism ranging from mass-mediated suicide to torture at Abu Ghraib.

4. Durkheim, the question of violence and the Paris Commune of (Susan Stedman Jones). 5. Durkheimian sociology, biology and the theory of social conflict (Jean-Christophe Marcel and Dominique Guillo). 6. ‘‘Change only for the benefit of society as a whole’’: pragmatism, knowledge and regimes of violence (Ivan Strenski).

7.Durkheim, the question of violence and the Paris Commune of / Susan Stedman Jones Durkheimian sociology, biology, and the theory of social conflict / Jean-Christophe Marcel and Dominique Guillo "Change only for the benefit of society as a whole": pragmatism, knowledge and regimes of violence / Ivan Strenski.(–)French sociologist and one of the founding fathers of modern he graduated from the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, Durkheim taught sociology first at the University of Bordeaux and then, from until his death, at the Sorbonne.

His aim was to discover the nature of society and thus the values and principles upon which education should be based; many of his.