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Item #: 274442
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This video plus audiobook set with sociology professor Garry Potter explains Durkheim's focus upon Suicide as the most counter-intuitive and difficult example to make his case for the sociological method. It discusses Durkeim's opinion that the most personal and individual act actually has a sociological causal component when one looks at suicide rates.
Length: 49 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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