Lecture Notes
  1. Course Introduction
    1. Theorizing Society in Everyday Life
    2. Introduction_I.html [old, sketchy notes]
    3. Introductory Lecture SOC 116.doc
    4. Timeline.html
  2. The Pre-sociologists
    1. Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau,Smith [PDF | DOC]
    2. Adam Smith - annotated selections
    3. Auguste Comte - Overview and The Positive Philosophy
  3. Marx
    1. Generic Review Materials (HTML)
    2. DJR notes for marx lectures 2003 [PDF | DOC]
    3. Engels' Graveside Speech
    4. Alienated Labour [Lecture Notes | Annotated Text
    5. Communist Manifesto [Lecture Notes (HTML)]
    6. Marx on Knowledge and Ideology
    7. The International
    8. Marx on Postage Stamps
  4. Durkheim
    1. Introduction
    2. Mechanical and Organic Solidarity (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    3. Rules of the Sociological Method
    4. On Religion (Kivisto selection) (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    5. Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (outline) (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    6. Division of Labor in Society (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  5. Weber
    1. Lots of Notes… (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    2. Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (HTML | PDF | DOC)
      1. Old Notes (HTML | PDF | DOC)
      2. UChi Grad Student Notes (mid 90s) (PDF)
      3. 2005 Class Notes (Kivisto selection) (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    3. Objectivity in the Social Sciences (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    4. Science as a Vocation (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    5. Politics as a Vocation (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    6. Ethical Neutrality (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    7. Class, Status, & Party (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    8. Charismatic Authority (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    9. Bureaucracy (PPT)
  6. Nietzsche (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  7. Simmel
    1. Overview (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    2. Metropolis and the Mental Life (HTML | PDF | DOC) (Text with annotations)
    3. Numbers (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    4. The Lie (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    5. The Problem of Sociology (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    6. How is Society Possible? (HTML | PDF | DOC) (Text with annotation)
    7. The Stranger (HTML | PDF | DOC) (Text with annotations)
    8. Secrets (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    9. Flirtation (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    10. Conflict (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  8. W. E. B. DuBois
    1. General (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    2. Conservation of the Races (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    3. Souls of Black Folk (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    4. The Philadelphia Negro (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  9. Gilman "The Dependence of Women" (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  10. Parsons "Feminism and Conventionality"
  11. Veblen "Conspicuous Consumption" (HTML | PDF | DOC | TEXT)
  12. Boas (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  13. Mannheim (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  14. Tönnies (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  15. American Classics (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  16. Functionalism (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  17. Spencer (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  18. Conflict Theory (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  19. Mead, Blumer, and Symbolic Interaction (doc)
  20. Cooley Self, Sentiment, and Reflection (PDF)
  21. Cooley-fragment (doc)
  22. Mead (doc)
  23. The Social Self (doc)
  24. Some Notes on the Self (doc)
  25. Goffman
  26. Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Notes (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  27. "Performances" and "Teams" from PSEDL (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  28. Freud (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  29. Garfinkel, “The Rational Properties of Scientific and Common Sense Activities” (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  30. Phenomenology (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  31. Rational Choice
    1. Homans, Emerson, Coleman, Hechter (HTML | PDF | DOC)
    2. Game Theory (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  32. Feminist Theories (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  33. Critical Theory (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  34. Post Modernism (HTML | PDF | DOC)
  35. Is There Still Room for Social Science? (HTML | PDF | DOC)
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