Definition of Durkheim’s concepts of the division of labour, mechanical solidarity, and organic solidarity

This assignment, first read the text and view the documentary here: https://www.tvo.org/article/current-affairs/what-you-need-to-know-to-understand-migrant-labour-in-canada- The text will only take a few minutes to read. The documentary is 90 minutes long. It’s best to watch the documentary all in one sitting and to take notes as you watch. Also read the Style Guide, which is posted on D2L in the Contents section under Syllabus and Guide. In particular, you must cite sources as the Guide indicates. However, you do not need to write an introduction or conclusion. Address the following questions, citing the course readings wherever relevant.

You can also cite your lecture notes if you wish, although you should draw more heavily on the readings than lectures. Part 1 (60 points) Do all three of the following:

1.1 Present in your own words a clear, concise definition of Durkheim’s concepts of the division of labour, mechanical solidarity, and organic solidarity. Use these three concepts to provide a sociological explanation of the experiences of the migrant labourers in the documentary.

1.2 Present in your own words a clear, concise definition of Weber’s concepts of social relation, power, and domination. Use these three concepts to provide a sociological explanation of the experiences of the migrant labourers in the documentary. 1.3 Present in your own words a clear, concise definition of Marx’s concepts of material social relations, class, and alienated labour. Use these three concepts to provide a sociological explanation of the experiences of the migrant labourers in the documentaryPart 2 (40 points) Choose two of the following: • Weber’s theory of politics as a vocation

• Marx’s theory of revolutionary class struggle Explain each theory, defining any key concepts you have not already defined in Part 1. Use each theory to formulate a prescription for what the workers in the documentary should do to improve their situation. Compare the similarities and differences of the two theories. Part 3 (20 points) Choose one of the two theories you discussed in Part 2. Critically evaluate its strengths and limitations. You can make comparisons to the other theories from this course if you want to, but you don’t have to. Optionally, suggest revisions to the theory that would make it stronger.(I am choosing the politics of vocation)