Sociology for UPSC : Durkheim – DIVISION OF LABOUR – Lecture 71

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  1. Thank you sooooooo much sir..Great job..You are helping a lot.. Specially to the students who can't afford coachings..☺☺

  2. Please Sir update about Auguste Comte's Positivism and Law of three stages. πŸ™ And thank you so much for your time and help for explaining and teaching us beautifully. 🌿

  3. Thank you so much Sir…great job.. you are doing such a generous and wonderful task… humanity is still alive bcoz of some people like you !☺️

  4. I'm from Pakistan.. Very nice job sir … Its lecture very helpful for me because now my exams starts and I'hv really need of this lecture..😊 thanks a lot dear sir.

  5. Sir SUI GENERIS is Latin term which means "UNIQUE"

    HE USED THIS TERM TO CLAIM THAT SOCIAL FACTS HAVE THEIR OWN UNIQUE CHARACTER THAT IS NOT REDUCED TO INDIVIDUAL CONSCIOUSNESS.

  6. You r great sir as u r providing us free lecture which cannot afford coaching classes . May God bless u .πŸ‘ŒπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜

  7. Sir mujha comte positivism nd spencer social Darwinism nd Classical Tradition -weber….. Social action nd ideal types ka concept batao plzzz mara exam h 2din k dadh

  8. Sir it is very helpful plzzz make a lecture upon Three Main sociological Prespective … It will be thank ful

  9. It is even helpful for HS 307 Course of IIT Bombay. Thanks a lot, notes and preparation is perfect.
    I need help, where is the initial chapter of sociology syllabus.

    Here is the Syllabus

    I. Sociological Imagination:
    What is Sociological Imagination? Why is it fundamental in Sociology for Mills ? Think of a case where Sociological Imagination could help understand the complex nature of the problem. What are the criticisms?

    II. Sociology as Minimalist Science:
    Engages with the problems of such radicalism in Sociology.

    III. Sociology as Multiple-Paradigm Science

    IV. Structural Functionalism

    V. Conflict Theory

    VI. Symbolic Interactionism

    VII. Feminism

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