Marriage - family - kinship Topics: marriage - its sexual, procreative, economic, legal and ritual aspects; social conditioning of marriage: prohibition of incest, exogamy, endogamy; forms of marriage: polyandry, polygyny, monogamy; the family and the system of kinship: clans, halves and classes of relatives, criticism of the hypothesis on primeval promiscuity and group marriage; the distinctive features of a family, prohibition of incest and elementary social organization, marriage as a group bond, the relation between family and global society. Primary and secondary social ties Topics: community and association - the main types of bonding and patterns of social groups, constitutive features of a community and an association and their main forms; the notion of a primary group and examples thereof, the primary group as a moral unity and the ideal of moral unity, group and awareness of the group; personal and ideological bonds, primary groups versus social structure; negative and positive identification, group identity versus civic duties, characteristics of the sense of being a member of a group. Knightly culture, gentry culture Topics: the emergence of European feudalism; personal relations between people in a feudal society: the role of fiefdom and vassalage; the idea of the contract and knighthood and nobility; homage and knighting - the symbolism of feudal ties; being a knight as an occupation and being a nobleman as an indicator of social status; the transformation of knighthood into gentry; the knighthood as an institution and the knighthood as a myth, the sacralization of knighthood - the birth of the ideal, honour as the supreme value of the knightly ethos; courtly love as an initiation; chivalry today; class brotherhood and ancestral responsibility; the knighthood and the gentry as a culture of passions and emotions. Bourgeois culture Topics: bourgeois - a social type and a pattern of culture, personal merit, ownership and freedom, economic and political individualism, business dealing versus emotional ties and interpersonal relations, instrumentalization of interpersonal relations, the notion of homo oeconomicus; utilitarianism, methodical life, diligence and thriftiness, Protestant ethics and the Puritan attitude, the religious nature of the source of capitalist attitudes, irrational-speculative and rational capitalism - based on the rational organization of free [non-slave] labour and the rational structure of law and administration, the emergence of the capitalist bourgeoisie and the proletariat as two classes linked to the rational organization of paid labour; from the Puritan attitude to the consumer attitude, from bourgeois culture to mass culture. Upon completing the course, students should be able to make use of the categories of describing, analysing and interpreting the main trends of contemporary culture and the culture of past ages.
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