Basic Principles of Sociocultural Materialism

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Table of Contents

Basic Principles of Sociocultural Materialism

A Note Before Starting:

Sociocultural Systems

Sociocultural Materialism

Sociocultural Materialism

Sociocultural Materialism

Sociocultural Materialism

Assumptions

Assumptions

Assumptions

Assumptions

Assumptions

Biopsychological Needs

Biopsychological Needs

Biopsychological Needs

Need to Eat

Need to Conserve Energy

Need for Sex

Need for Love

Need for Meaning

Biopsychological Needs

Biopsychological Needs (minor points):

Biopsychological Needs (minor points):

Biopsychological Needs (minor points):

Biopsychological Needs (minor points):

Biopsychological Needs

Universal Structure of Societies

Universal Structure of Societies

Environment

Environment

Environment

Environment

Environmental Constraints

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Infrastructural Components:

Infrastructure

Mode of Production

Modes of Production through History

Criteria for Classifying Societies

Mode of Reproduction

MODE OF REPRODUCTION

Infrastructure

Intensification

Social Structure

Social Structure

Social Structure

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Primary Groups

Primary Groups

Secondary Groups

Secondary Groups

Social Structure

Elite

Elite

Elite

Bureaucratization

Superstructure

Cultural Superstructure

Cultural Superstructure

Mental Superstructure

Mental Superstructure

Mental Superstructure

Values

Tradition

Emotional Action

Zweckrational

Rationalization

Principle of Infrastructural Determinism:

Principle of Infrastructural Determinism

Feedback

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

System Dynamics

Infrastructural Determinism

Infrastructural Determinism

Infrastructural Determinism

The Materialist Approach:

Materialist Approach

Why the Infrastructure?

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Relationship to Social Problems

Conclusion

Author: Authorized Gateway Customer

Email: felwell@rsu.edu

Home Page: http://www.faculty.rsu.edu/~felwell/Probweb/Problems/Index.htm

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