Reaching Social Integration Or Consensus: Bangladesh As a Case Study. - International Social Science Review

Reaching Social Integration Or Consensus: Bangladesh As a Case Study.

By International Social Science Review

  • Release Date - Published: 2005-03-22
  • Book Genre: Social Science
  • Author: International Social Science Review
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Introduction Sociologists consider social agreement one of their greatest concerns. Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, Talcott Parsons, Robert K. Merton, Anthony Giddens, and Jurgen Habermas have all addressed the problem of achieving social consensus. In so doing, Durkheim and his followers focus on the structural aspect of society. They believe that individuals could reach consensus if the institutions that govern society perform their function properly.(1) In contrast, Weber and his followers focus on the actions of individuals rather than institutional structure. They argue that if individuals are motivated by rational intentions, they can easily achieve social agreement. (2)

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