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1. Emile Durkheim main point about modernity was concerned in the division of labor or specialized economic activity in society. Durkheim did not see modernization as the loss of community, but rather as a change in the basis of community from mechanical solidarity to organic solidarity. Ferdinand views about modernity was concreted in his termed about gemeinschaft known as a gesellschaft, these term is typical of rural life. It is a small community in which people have similar background. Durkheim was more optimistic than Tonnies about the effects of modernity, yet he still feared anomie, or a condition in which society provides little moral guidance to individuals. Fardinad thought the increasing internal diversity of society would result in anomie. In those point of view they are similar in the term that Durkheim try to increase the division of the labor and the workers became more specialized and Tonnies gemeinschaft was focused in the similarity and background about their town. 2. Marx mean in his term about mode of production is a combination of productive forces that included human labor powder and social technical relationship of production. Marx distinguished many different modes of production in human society such as primitive communism, Asiatic mode of production, antique mode of production, feudalism, capitalism, socialism, and communism. Marx believed that the capitalist bourgeois and their economists were promoting what he saw as the lie that "The interests of the capitalist and those of the worker are... one and the same"; he believed that they did this by purporting the concept that "the fastest possible. 3- Weber saw the term modernity as a result of a new way to see the world as opposed he saw the traditional world as a way of see people since the beginning. The bureaucracy fits into weber’ explanation as a severe rational modernism. In

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