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20th and 21st century perspectives and theories

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Sociological Thinking's Impact on Sociology

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Sociological thinking impacted the discipline of sociology by coming up with a methodical way to comprehend and examine social structures and human behaviour.- It introduced empirical research techniques and emphasised the value of data gathering, observation and analysis.- Sociology being a separate academic field from philosophy and other social sciences was aided by sociological thinking.

Sociological thinking and theories

Historical background sociological thought

Sociological thought first showed up in the 18th and 19th centuries in response to the Industrial Revolution's rapid societal transformations.- Emile Durkheim, Karl max and other respected individuals like Auguste Comte established the groundwork for sociological theories and techniques.- The evolution of sociological thought was drastically impacted by the rise of scientific reasoning and the enlightenment era.

Emile Durkheim developed a functionalist worldview that sees society as a complex system with interconnected pieces that cooperate to sustain stability.. Functionalism was popular in the middle of the 20th century and is still useful for comprehending large-scale social structures.