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Durkheimian Theory: from macro to micro. So far…. “precontractual basis of social solidarity” Division of Labor. Complex society cannot exist without preexisting social solidarity Durkheim’s basic point: society can’t be reduced the individual. Durkheim on Religion.

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    1. Durkheimian Theory: from macro to micro

    2. So far… • “precontractual basis of social solidarity” Division of Labor. • Complex society cannot exist without preexisting social solidarity • Durkheim’s basic point: society can’t be reduced the individual.

    3. Durkheim on Religion • Religion is a collective representation of society. A way for understanding its power. • When held in common it constitutes a collective identity.

    4. Collective effervescence • Tribal corroboree • UGA football game • Neighborhood block party • Thanksgiving day • Church service • Periodic congregation >> sense of collective identity and belonging.

    5. Morality in everyday life • Not just in moments of collective effervescence but everyday life. • Shame / Outrage / Road rage

    6. Everyday rituals • Commerce • Cookout • Dinner with boyfriend/girlfriend’s parents? • Handshake

    7. Power and rituals • Frontstage: the place for conscious performance • Backstage: the place being yourself. • Restricted code: vocabulary of particular people and things, local vocabulary • Elaborated code: abstractions not dependent on context.