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This period was known for posing critical sociological issues without the possibility of their resolutions. The afore-mentioned resolutions came about more distinctly in the nineteenth-century. According to Alan, the early nineteenth-century sociological thought sought to define the social both in terms of society as a complex structural whole and in its relation with specific institutions (Swingewood, 1991). The science of sociology began in the search for explanations for social change and this has resulted in mainly three schools of sociology. These include: Early sociological thought, Classical sociological thought and Modern sociological thought.
(Durkheim 8). The book showed a challenge that chaotic decisions are the result of a larger structured system. This challenge of elaborating sociology as a social science can be achieved through Social Facts-Method approach. Durkheim Method He said that the religion, urban structures, legal systems, and moral values are the “features of collective