On the other hand, demystification meant a process where magical elements are eliminated from a society for more logical components and efficiency meant doing something in the most direct way or quickest respectively (“Theories”, 2015). Weber had a significant impact on sociology by coming up with various theories. The theory of verstehen or better known as empathetic understanding, which resulted to the symbolic interactionism in what was fondly called the perspective of interpretive sociology. He enhanced the understanding of the basis of social imbalance. He is also credited with the development of the methodological concept. He further proposed the study of large-scale social processes such as the rise of bureaucratization and importance of rationalisation in the western nations (“Theories”, 2015).
Weber’s main theory was of class, power and status. Class is defined as a number of people having a common and specific causal component of their life chances (“Theories”, 2015). This component is represented exclusively by economic interests in the possession of goods and opportunities for income and is represented under the conditions of the commodity or labour markets. Classification of people into such groups is based on their consumption patterns rather than their place in the market or the process of production. Weber was concerned with analytically separating class from status group. According to Weber, class is power in the marketplace; Status Groups are communities of people who are defined as belonging to the same social group based on their ideas about proper lifestyles and by the social esteem and honour bestowed upon them by others (“Theories”, 2015). Status groups involve exclusiveness of membership; awareness of similar tastes, lifestyle, and interests; and a tendency to act and interact as a group. Prestige is associated with the style of life of a status group. Status is a personal