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Transcript of Emile Durkheim
"Emile Durkheim's Life and Works (1857-1917)." Emile Durkheim's Life and Works (1857-1917). N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Dec. 2012. <http://durkheim.uchicago.edu/Biography.html>.
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Durkheims childhood Born on April 15 1858
Durkheim was born in Lorraine
His parents were Mélanie (Mother) and Moïse(father) Education Expectations Durkheim was born with one primary expectation. This was that Durkheim would full fill the family tradition by becoming a rabbi just like the 8 generations before him. This expectation failed when Durkheim had completely abandoned Judaism altogether and switched to Christianity upon his arrival in Paris. Religion Durkheim was born into an orthodox Jewish family. He remained Jewish until he was roughly 16 years old. At which time he switched to Christianity when he moved to Paris. Durkheim had attended multiple schools in his life, including:
D'Epinal college where Durkheim got his bachelors in letters and sciences
Durkheim also attempted to enter a school and failed on his first 2 attempts Durkheim's Belief Toward the end... Interesting facts quotes Bibliography Durkheim believed that "ethical and moral structures were endangered by technology and mechanization". "He also felt that the division of labor produced alienation among workers, and feared the greed inspired by increased prosperity" Biography channel Biography channel Durkheim's generation is known as a "particularly brilliant one". Emile Durkheim is known as one of the founding fathers of modern sociology. Toward the end of his life Durkheim had to suffer through the pain of losing his son to the first world war. Sadly Durkheim died at the age of 59 due to a stroke. Durkheims theories Suicide Theory Egotistic - caused by excessive isolation
Anomic - caused by lack of regulation in society
Altruistic - people who have such a belief in a group they would follow it to the grave ( suicide bombers)
Fatalistic - Basically when people live in a society where death seems better then there current living conditions, so basically Russia "Each victim of suicide gives his act a personal stamp which expresses his temperament, the special conditions in which he is involved, and which, consequently, cannot be explained by the social and general causes of the phenomenon".
Emile Durkheim Reality seems valueless by comparison with the dreams of fevered imaginations; reality is therefore abandoned.
Emile Durkheim Sadness does not inhere in things; it does not reach us from the world and through mere contemplation of the world. It is a product of our own thought. We create it out of whole cloth.
Emile Durkheim It is too great comfort which turns a man against himself. Life is most readily renounced at the time and among the classes where it is least harsh.
Emile Durkheim Data collection Durkheim was quite lazy when he gathered his information for his studies, if he didn't see it in every day life he had others go around looking for it. Durkheim’s data was simply what he observed in the behavior of people. Devastated by the death of his only son he forbid his friends from mentioning his sons name. Durkheim has 4 books, they are
Division of Labor in Society
The Elementary Forms of Religious Life
The Rules of Sociological Method