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Sociological Concepts, Theory, Social Theory, Perspectives in Sociology, Interactionlism, Functionalism, Conflict, Ibn Khaldun, Auguste Comte, EMILE D`URKHIUM, Theory of Laizezfare, HERBART SPENCER Sociology, Lecture Slides, Barbara A Anderson, Michigan State University (MI), United States of America (USA)
Sociological Concepts, Theory, Social Theory, Perspectives in Sociology, Interactionlism, Functionalism, Conflict, Ibn Khaldun, Auguste Comte, EMILE D`URKHIUM, Theory of Laizezfare, HERBART SPENCER Sociology, Lecture Slides, Barbara A Anderson, Michigan State University (MI), United States of America (USA)
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Welcome Class BBA-L02- 13/8/08 Sociological Concepts and Perspectives 1 Today’s Objectives  To clarify the theoretical frame of references in sociology To discus about various Sociological theories and thinkers.  2 Definitions of Theory What is Theory? • In general contexts the theory is Value or Speculation. • • In Social Sciences the term refers to a conceptual framework used to interpret or explain some aspect our every day existence ( Joe Feagin, 2003:18) Theory is a set of logically interrelated propositions and implications that follow from them. Which are used to explain some phenomenon, implication in any theory are a set of underlying assumptions and methods that rarely questioned a theoretical perspective. ( Johnson, 1995: 295) 3 Importance of Social Theory in Sociology Social theories provide ideological and theoretical support to research topics. Social theories provide an ideological base to Social problems and phenomena. It is accepted that with..

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