Social Relations and Social Roles: The Unfinished Systematic Sociology

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Ardent Media, 1965 - 372 pagina's
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Inhoudsopgave

WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY?
3
THE FIELDS OF SOCIOLOGICAL
21
HUMANISTIC VERSUS NATURALISTIC
46
The Humanistic Approach to the Population
57
Humanistic Redefinition of Human Needs
67
Redefinition of the Process of Satisfying Needs
71
Humanistic Redefinition of Material Techniques
77
Summary and Conclusion
82
SOCIAL CIRCLES
226
The Size of Social Circles Within Communities
228
Expansion of Social Circles Beyond the Range of the Community
230
The Duration of Social Circles and Their Organization
233
PERSONAL RIGHTS
240
Are There Any Universal Rights?
242
Rights to Personal Prestige
244
Symbolic Manifestations of Prestige
249

PART 2SOCIAL RELATIONS
83
THE STUDY OF SOCIAL RELATIONS IN COMMUNITIES
85
The Multiplicity and Diversity of Social Actions and Reactions in a Community
86
The Search for Specific Social Relations in a Community
88
The Impact of Social Conflicts on Social Relations
92
Sociological Generalizations About Social Relations
95
The Theory of the Dependence of Social Relations on Psychological Factors
97
The Theory of the Dependence of Interindividual Relations on the Social Environment
99
The Theory of the Dependence of Social Relations on Total Cultures
103
Conclusions
106
Chapters MOTHERCHILD RELATIONS
109
Various Conceptions of Motherhood
111
Rejection of Children by Their Biological Mothers
113
Acceptance of Children by Mothers
115
Mothers Duties Concerning Her Childs Body
117
The Mothers Duty of Making the Child a Conscious Partner in Their Relation
122
Duties of Educational Guidance
124
Duties of the Child Toward the Mother
129
The Duty of Gratitude
130
Entrusting Specific Motherly Duties to Others
131
FRATERNAL RELATIONS
133
The Formation and Extension of Relations Between Brothers
135
Voluntary Formation of Relations Similar to Brotherhood
137
The Fraternal Duty of Sympathetic Understanding
140
Mutual Aid by Gifts
141
Mutual Aid by Active Services
143
Collaboration
145
MARITAL AND EROTIC RELATIONS
148
The Common Purpose of Marital Relations
150
Selection of Marital Partners
154
The Wedding
157
Mutual Duties of Husband and Wife
159
Selection of Partners in Erotic Relations
161
Mutual Duties of Lovers
165
The Extension of Erotic Ideals to Marital Relations
169
RELATIONS OF POLITE COMPANION SHIP
172
Polite Companionship in Princely Courts
174
Relations Between Statesmen and Visitors
177
Free Relations of Polite Companionship Among the Nobility
178
INTEGRATION OF SOCIAL RELATIONS
188
THE CONCEPT OF SOCIAL ROLE
199
PERSONS
210
Compulsory Acceptance of Persons Appointed by Powerful Leaders
224
The Right of Inferiors to Have Their Merit Recognized by Superiors
252
The Right to Personal Esteem by Equals
254
Right to Physical Safety
256
Economic Rights
258
Right to Sympathetic Understanding
262
Right to Have Authoritative Judgments Accepted
264
Right to Obedience
266
Right to Perform New Actions
270
PERSONAL FUNCTIONS
273
Particular Duties Toward Particular Individuals
276
Generalized Duties Within Wide Social Circles
278
Duties Toward a Persons Social Circle When It Is an Organized Social Group
280
Duties of Members of Organized Groups Toward Outsiders
282
Duties Toward Ones Self
283
Culturally Patterned Actions by Which Social Duties Are Fulfilled
286
Classification of Social Roles by Their Functions
289
The Evolutionary Approach to the History of Social Roles
291
Chapter IS ROLES IN TRIBAL COMMUNITIES
293
Social Roles of Women as Mothers
294
The Emergence of Nonmaterial Roles of Women
297
The Differentiation of Mens Roles in Tribal Communities
299
Magicoreligious Roles of
300
The Technical Functions of
303
Economic Functions in Tribal Communities
304
Moral Functions
307
Roles of Warriors
308
Aesthetically Patterned Functions
313
How to Study the Historical Evolution of Social Roles
314
THE SOCIAL ROLES OF KINGS
315
The Religious Function of Kings
318
The Military Function of the King
321
The Political Function of the King
323
The Rights of Kings
327
The Historical Evolution of Social Roles Following the Formation of Kingdoms
329
THE FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF RELIGIOUS ROLES
332
The Private Functions of Priests
334
Priests as Writers
335
Priests as Educators
337
THE DIFFERENTIATION OF ROLES
343
THE EVOLUTION OF POLITICAL
350
INDEX OF NAMES
363
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Florian Znaniecki (1882-1958) was philosopher, sociologist, and forty-fourth president of the American Sociological Association. In 1920 he accepted the first Polish chair in sociology at Adam Mickiewicz University where he organized the Polish Sociological Institute. He was also lecturer at Columbia University from 1931-1933, and again in 1939. He is best known for the idea of culturalism, which is one of the ideas that helped found the thought of antipositivism.

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