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Conflict Sociology - A Sociological Classic Updated

English · Hardback

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Zusatztext "This volume merits careful and critical inclusion in sociology's lexicon of intellectual interpretation. A significant literary addition. Highly recommended."-CHOICE Informationen zum Autor Randall Collins Klappentext This new edition is a substantial abridgment and update of Randall Collins 's 1975 classic! "Conflict Sociology." The first edition represented the most powerful and comprehensive statement of conflict theory in its time. Here! Sanderson has retained the core chapters and added discussions on Collins 's and others work in recent years. An afterword summarizes Collins 's latest forays into microsociological theorizing and attempts to demonstrate how his newer microsociology and older macrosociology are connected. Zusammenfassung An updated edition of Randall Collins's classic work, which represented the most powerful and comprehensive statement of conflict theory in its time. Inhaltsverzeichnis Chapter One The Bases of Scientific Sociology; Chapter Two A Theory of Stratification; Chapter Three Microsociology and Stratification; Chapter Four A Short History of Deference and Demeanor, Joan Annett; Chapter Five State, Economy, and Ideology; Chapter Six Inequalities of Wealth; afterword Afterword;

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Authors Randall Collins, Stephen K. Sanderson
Assisted by Stephen K. Sanderson (Editor)
Publisher Paradigm Publishing
 
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 30.10.2008
 
EAN 9781594516009
ISBN 978-1-59451-600-9
No. of pages 368
Dimensions 159 mm x 241 mm x 19 mm
Series Studies in Comparative Social Science
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Sociology

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