5 edition of A Short History of Sociological Thought, Third Edition found in the catalog.
April 22, 2000
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||276|
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This lucidly written, jargon-free text offers an account of the rise of sociological thought from its origins in the eighteenth century. Beginning with the classical sociology of Marx, Durkheim, Weber and Simmel, it goes on to examine the modern paradigms of functionalism, interactionism, structuralism and critical Marxism, and ends by discussing salient contemporary sociological theory Cited by: This book is a critical assessment of the work of classical sociologists such as Marx, Weber, and Durkheim and the work of Mead, Goffman, Parsons, and Foucault.
The relationship between modernity and sociology is critically evaluated. It is argued that sociology arose out of modernity and its theories of society can be understood in this context.
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It’s a not a short introduction to sociological thought. Rather a rich, dense and often hard reading on the history of sociological thinking. The author presupposes that the reader knows the basics of sociology, it’s concepts, and major figures. But a brilliant piece though/5. An account of the development of classical and modern sociological theory from its origins in enlightenment philosophy to contemporary debates on the nature of modern society.
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Alan Swingewood. Macmillan International Higher Education, A Short History of Sociological Thought, Second Edition: Author: Alan Swingewood: Publisher: Macmillan International. This second edition of a highly successful book provides the student with a thematic and problem-centred account of the development of classical and modern sociological theory from its origins in enlightenment philosophy to contemporary debates on the nature of modern society.
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Beginning with the classical sociology of Marx, Durkheim, Weber and Simmel, it goes on to examine the modern paradigms of functionalism, interactionism, structuralism and critical Marxism, and ends by discussing salient contemporary sociological theory.
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List. "There was no sociology before the advent of the nineteenth century, if by sociology is meant a systematic corpus of knowledge, specific methodology and conceptual framework which clearly differentiate it as a distinctive discipline, with its own object of study, from the related studies of economics, history, philosophy and law.
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The term sociology was coined by Auguste Comte () in from the Latin term socius (companion, associate) and the Greek term logia (study of, speech). Comte hoped to unify all the sciences under sociology; he believed sociology held the potential to improve society and direct human activity, including the other sciences.
Book Description. This book, now in its third edition, provides an elementary introduction to the history of economic thought. A chapter is devoted to each of the major developments in the history of the discipline, before a concluding chapter in which the authors draw together some of the key strands and comment on some major works and textbooks in the history of economic ideas.
For today s students to understand the history of sociological theories, more is required than a knowledge of formal propositions and theoretical structures. In this impressive and enduring text, Coser elucidates his examination of the ideas of fifteen influential sociological thinkers with a discussion of the social and intellectual.First editions are sought-after by book collectors and a first edition is usually more valuable than a later printing.
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