Sociology Responds to Fascism

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Stephen P. Turner, Dirk Kasler
Taylor & Francis, 1992 - Political Science - 261 pages
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We know a lot about the sociology of fascism, but how have sociologists responded to fascism when confronted with it in their own lives? How courageous or compromising have they been? And why has this history been shrouded in silence for so long? In this major work of historical scholarship sociologists from around the world describe and evaluate the reactions of sociologists to the rise and practice of fascism.

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Stephen P. Turner is Graduate Research Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of South Florida. He is the author of many books including "Sociological Explanation as Translation "(1980). He is also editor of the "Cambridge Companion to Max Weber "(2000).

Paul A. Roth is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is the author of "Meaning and Method in the Social Sciences" (1987). He co-founded and co-organizes the annual St. Louis Roundtable in the Philosophy of Social Science and is a member of the editorial board of "Philosophy of the Social Sciences,

Dirk Kasler is Professor of Sociology and Head of Department at the University of Hamburg.

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