Postmodern social theory
George Ritzer's long-awaited text in Postmodern Social Theory is a readable and coherent introduction to the fundamental ideas and most important thinkers in postmodern social theory. Looking at this multidisciplinary field from a sociological perspective, Ritzer offers a modernist reading of the turbulent and often renegade world of postmodern thought, encouraging the reader to see how postmodernism offers a set of ideas that can invigorate and revitalize sociology and sociological theory.
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Review: Postmodern Social TheoryUser Review - Tony - Goodreads
Took the opportunity of going on vacation to finally start this. Even though Ritzer is making this as easy as it can possibly be, it's still pretty hard to get in to, but I think I'm starting to understand it. Read full review
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ritzer produces books which good enough for introduction purpose
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