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Four Sociological Traditions

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Four Sociological Traditions - Collins, Randall (professor Of Sociology, Professor Of Sociology, University Of California, Riverside) - ISBN: 9780195082081
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An Updated Version Of Collins's Three Sociological Traditions (oup 1985), This Book Presents A Concise Intellectual History Of Sociology Organized Around The Development Of 4 Classic Schools Of Thought: The Conflict Tradition Of Marx And Weber, The Ritual Solidarity Of Durkheim, The Micro-interactionist Tradition Of Mead, Blumer And Garfinkel, And The Utilitarian/rational Choice Tradition.

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Titel: Four Sociological Traditions
auteur: Collins, Randall (professor Of Sociology, Professor Of Sociology, University Of California, Riverside)
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 332
Uitgever: Oxford University Press Inc
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Cultuur- en mentaliteitsgeschiedenis
Afmetingen: 203 x 135 x 17
Gewicht: 432 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 0195082087
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780195082081
Intern nummer: 1775047

Recensie

An updated version of Collins's Three Sociological Traditions (OUP 1985), this book presents a concise intellectual history of sociology organized around the development of 4 classic schools of thought: the conflict tradition of Marx and Weber, the ritual solidarity of Durkheim, the micro-interactionist tradition of Mead, Blumer and Garfinkel, and the utilitarian/rational choice tradition.

Inhoudsopgave

PROLOGUE: THE RISE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 3(44)
Social Thought in the Agrarian Empires 4(4)
Medieval Universities Create the Modern Intellectual 8(10)
The Renaissance: Intellectual Life Goes Secular 11(2)
Religious Wars and the Enlightenment 13(5)
Economics: the First Social Science 18(2)
The Rise of Public Schools and the University Revolution 20(5)
The Development of the Disciplines 25(13)
History Becomes Professionalized 25(1)
Economists Become Academics 26(4)
Psychology Becomes Independent 30(3)
Anthropology Gets Its Niche 33(5)
And Finally Sociology 38(9)
1. THE CONFLICT TRADITION
47(74)
The Pivotal Position of Karl Marx
49(7)
Friedrich Engels, the Sociologist in the Shadows
56(25)
The Theory of Social Classes
62(3)
The Theory of Ideology
65(5)
The Theory of Political Conflict
70(6)
The Theory of Revolutions
76(2)
The Theory of Sex Stratification
78(3)
Max Weber and the Multidimensional Theory of Stratification
81(11)
The Twentieth Century Intermingles Marxian and Weberian Ideas
92(20)
Organizations as Power Struggles
94(8)
Classes, Class Cultures, and Inequality: The Conflict Theorists
102(3)
Class Mobilization and Political Conflict
105(3)
The Golden Age of Historical Sociology
108(4)
Appendix: Simmel, Coser, and Functionalist Conflict Theory
112(6)
Notes
118(3)
2. THE RATIONAL/UTILITARIAN TRADITION
121(60)
The Original Rise and Fall of Utilitarian Philosophy
125(8)
Bringing the Individual Back In
133(6)
Sociology Discovers Sexual and Marriage Markets
139(14)
Three Applications of Sociological Markets: Educational Inflation, Split Labor Markets, Illegal Goods
144(9)
The Paradoxes and Limits of Rationality
153(10)
Proposed Rational Solutions for Creating Social Solidarity
159(4)
Economics Invades Sociology, and Vice Versa
163(6)
The Rational Theory of the State
169(4)
The New Utilitarian Policy Science
173(6)
Notes
179(2)
3. THE DURKHEIMIAN TRADITION
181(61)
Sociology as the Science of Social Order
183(10)
Durkheim's Law of Social Gravity
186(7)
Two Wings: The Macro Tradition
193(10)
Montesquieu, Comte, and Spencer on Social Morphology
194(4)
Merton, Parsons and Functionalism
198(5)
The Second Wing: The Lineage of Social Anthropology
203(21)
Fustel de Coulanges and Ritual Class War
205(6)
Durkheim's Theory of Morality and Symbolism
211(3)
The Ritual Basis of Stratification: W. Lloyd Warner
214(4)
Erving Goffman and the Everyday Cult of the Individual
218(1)
Interaction Rituals and Class Cultures: Collins, Bernstein, and Douglas
219(5)
Ritual Exchange Networks: The Micro/Macro Linkage
224(10)
Marcel Mauss and the Magic of Social Exchange
225(5)
Lévi-Strauss and Alliance Theory
230(2)
A Theory of Interaction Ritual Chains
232(2)
The Future of the Durkheimian Tradition
234(2)
Notes
236(6)
4. THE MICROINTERACTIONIST TRADITION
242(49)
A Native American Sociology
242(5)
Philosophy Becomes a Battleground between Religion and Science
245(2)
The Pragmatism of Charles Sanders Peirce
247(6)
Society Is in The Mind: Cooley
253(3)
George Herbert Mead's Sociology of Thinking
256(4)
Blumer Creates Symbolic Interactionism
260(6)
The Sociology of Consciousness: Husserl, Schutz, and Garfinkel
266(11)
The Sociology of Language and Cognition
276(1)
Erving Goffman's Counterattack
277(7)
A Summing Up
284(5)
Notes
289(2)
EPILOGUE 291(6)
BIBLIOGRAPHY 297(14)
INDEX 311

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