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Reclaiming Sociological Classics

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Charles Camic is Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. This volume is a collection of original essays b... Weiterlesen
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Charles Camic is Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.



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This volume is a collection of original essays by sociologists and intellectual historians who have been leading figures in recent scholarship on the classical sociological theorists.



Inhalt

Introduction: Classical Sociological Theory as a Field of Research: Charles Camic (University of Wisconsin at Madison). 1. A New Look at Auguste Comte: Mary Pickering (San Jose State University). 2. Rethinking Marx: Moishe Postone (University of Chicago). 3. Spencer and His Critics: Valerie A. Haines (University of Calgary). 4. Classical Social Theory with the Women Founders Included: Lynn MacDonald (University of Guelph). 5. The Other Durkheim: History and Theory in the Treatment of Classical Sociological Thought: Robert Alun Jones (University of Illinois at Urbana). 6. Simmel Reappraised: Old Images, New Scholarship: Donald N. Levine (University of Chicago). 7. Max Weber's Sociology: Research Strategies and Modes of Analysis: Stephen Karlberg (Boston University). 8. W. I. Thomas and Robert E. Park: Conceptualizing, Theorizing, and Investigating Social Process: Martin Bulmer (University of Surrey). 9. George Herbert Mead and the Renaissance of American Pragmatism in Social Theory: Hans Joas (University of Berlin). 10. Acclaiming the Reclaimers: the Trials of Writing Sociology History: Alan Sica (Pennsylvania State University).

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Titel: Reclaiming Sociological Classics
Autor:
EAN: 9781577180302
ISBN: 1577180305
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 316
Gewicht: 593g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T21mm
Jahr: 1997

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