Durkheim’s theory of anomie and Marx’s theory of alienation have had a very strong influence on the sociological understandings of modern life.

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April 11, 2015

 

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The present-day solutions in use such as trade unions, nihilism and religion also warrant exploration. Both of these theories are put forward by the authors as the central problem of modernity which arose from the move to a capitalist state in Marx’s view and the move to an industrial state in Durkheim’s view...
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It is worth noting that these notions are fundamentally opposed when trying to address the same issue, which brings up the central argument of this paper – Which account of modern society, anomie or alienation, is the most convincing? To elaborate on the similarity between the two theories, both arose when analysing the nature of labour in the 19th century – Marx formulated his based on the labour process and Durkheim wrote his with the division of labour in mind...
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