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Description Table of Contents Features Written by one of the foremost authorities on sociological theory, this text gives readers a comprehensive overview of the major classical theorists and schools of sociological thought. The integration of key theories with biographical sketches 6tb theorists and the requisite historical and intellectual context helps students to better understand the original works of classical authors as well as to compare and contrast classical theories.
Classical Sociological Theory
Introduction to Sociological Chapter 1. A Historical Sketch of Sociological Theory: The Early Years Chapter 2. Classical Sociological Theory Chapter 3. Alexis de Tocqueville Chapter 4.
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August Comte Chapter 5. Herbert Spencer Chapter 6.
Karl Marx Chapter 7. Emile Durkheim Chapter 8. Max Weber Chapter 9.
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Georg Simmel Chapter Thorstein Veblen Chapter Joseph Schumpeter Chapter Karl Mannheim Chapter George Herbert Mead Chapter Alfred Schutz Chapter New sociologidal this Edition New chapter on Joseph Schumpeter introduces students to his important ideas, especially his famous approach to creative destruction and its association with capitalism in particular and the economy in general. A new case study on Karl Marx’s economics in Chapter 6 describes use, exchange, surplus values, and the general law of capitalist accumulation, and explains how Marx’s economic sociilogical exemplify his sociological theory.
A new appendix explains metatheory and the metatheoretical approach that characterizes the narrative of this book. Revisions and updates reflect the latest thought in sociological theory, keeping the text up-to-date.
To purchase an electronic eBook version of this title, visit www. Retained Features A clear, unbiased style of presenting sociological theory, which Ritzer’s readers have come to expect, makes the text accessible to students.
The comprehensive approach covers all of the major schools of thought, as well as the key works and concepts associated with each.
Chronological organization allows for easy use of supplementary readers to enhance classroom discussion or to broaden students’ understanding of theories and concepts. Biographical boxes help students conceive of sociological theories within a personal and social context. Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome.