Social Structure - Neil J Smelser. On Sociological Data - Peter H Rossi. An introduction to sociology J. E. Goldthorpe. Wetmatigheid in de maatschappij, door J. van der Wijk.
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These skillfully written essays are based on the Georg Simmel Lectures delivered by Neil J. Smelser at Humboldt University in Berlin in the spring of 1995. some central problematicsthose generic, recurrent, never resolved and never completely resolvable issuesthat shape the work of the sociologist.
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Home Browse Books Book details, Sociology: An Introduction. Sociology: An Introduction. In my office in Barrows Hall at the University of California, Berkeley, one and one half large shelves of the bookcase are filled with books with very similar titles: Sociology; Introduction to Sociology; Basic Readings in Sociology; and others. These books have accumulated during the past dozen years that encompass my graduate-training and teaching career. I have bought only a few of them.
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Neil Joseph Smelser (1930–2017) was an American sociologist who served as professor of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Among many lifetime achievements, Smelser "laid the foundations for economic sociology.
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This introduction to sociology has been updated to include recent empirical information and references.
Neil J. Smelser, one of the most important and influential American sociologists, traces the discipline of sociology from 1969 to the early twenty-first century in Getting Sociology Right: A Half-Century of Reflections. Examining sociology as a vocation and building on the work of Talcott Parsons, Smelser discusses his views on the discipline of sociology and shows how his perspective of the field evolved in the postwar era. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.