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Classical Theory and Modern Studies: Introduction to Sociological Theory


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

"Classical Theory and Modern Studies "discusses the ideas and insights of major figures in the classical period of sociological theory, and explores their continuing relevance to contemporary sociology.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

IN THIS SECTION: 1.) BRIEF 2.) COMPREHENSIVE BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Harriet Martineau Chapter Three: Karl Marx (1): Philosophical Analyses Chapter Four: Karl Marx (2): Economic Analyses Chapter Five: Max Weber (1): Conceptual Approach Chapter Six: Max Weber (2): On Social Organization Chapter Seven: Emile Durkheim (1): Division Of Labor And Elementary Religion Chapter Eight: Emile Durkheim (2): Rules And Suicide Chapter Nine: Georg Simmel COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter One: Introduction Modernization Post-Modern Relevance The Supporting Cast Endnotes Chapter Two: Harriet Martineau Biography American Society How To Observe Research Box 2-1: The Meaning Of Cell Phone Use Among Poor Jamaicans In The Sick Room On Women Research Box 2-2: Education And The Gender Gap In Income Marriage And Divorce Endnotes Chapter Three: Karl Marx (1): Philosophical Analyses Biography Hegel And The Dialectic Religion Alienation And Private Property Research Box 3-1: Alienation Among Service Workers Social Classes The Proletariat Revolution Research Box 3-2: Social Class And Class Consciousness The Failure Of Soviet Communism Endnotes Chapter Four: Karl Marx (2): Economic Analyses Base And Superstructure The Value Of Commodities The Circulation Of Commodities The Fetishism Of Commodities The Commodification Thesis Research Box 4-1: Commodities And Identities The Accumulation Of Capital The Army Of The Unemployed Research Box 4-2: Unemployment And Pretrial Incarceration Purchasing Labor Power Surplus Value And Surplus Profit Crisis And Revolution Endnotes Chapter Five: Max Weber (1): Conceptual Approach Biography Understanding Social Action Ideal Types Value Free Legitimacy And Validity Research Box 5-1: Legitimacy And Permanence Among Hospitals Types Of Legitimacy Research Box 5-2: Charismatic Leadership During Crises Rationality Rational-Legal Bureaucracy Endnotes Chapter Six: Max Weber (2): On Social Organization The Protestant Ethic And The Spirit Of Capitalism Research Box 6-1: Are Protestants' And Catholics' Community Ties Still Different? The Decline Of Households City Life Research Box 6-2: City Size, Culture And Helping Strangers Stratification Research Box 6-3: The Different Effects Of Class And Status Endnotes Chapter Seven: Emile Durkheim (1): Division Of Labor And Elementary Religion Biography The Division Of Labor Solidarity And The Collective Conscience Research Box 7-1: The Threat Of Physical Harm As A Deterrent To Crime Economic Hegemony Research Box 7-2: Family Inheritance Patterns Anomie Elementary Religion Sacred And Profane Research Box 7-3: The Profane Body And The Sacred Soul Collective Representations Collective Effervescence Social Emergence Endnotes Chapter Eight: Emile Durkheim (2): Rules And Suicide How To Observe Defining Social Facts Explaining Social Facts Research Box 8-1: The Function Of Keeping Women Out Of War Functional Integration Defining Suicide As A Social Fact Research Box 8-2: Social Integration And The Suicide Rate Social Fact Or Social Construction? Marital Status And Gender Types Of Suicide Endnotes Chapter Nine: Georg Simmel Biography Sociology As The Study Of Form Research Box 9-1: To Separate Others Or To Unite Them The Stranger Research Box 9-2: The Targets Of Hate Groups As Strangers Webs Of Affiliation Secrecy Research Box 9-3: Women In Secret, Sexual Relationships Money Endnotes
EAN: 9780132192910
ISBN: 0132192918
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PRENTICE HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2009
Seitenanzahl: 196 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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