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Tradition and Revolt

Robert A. Nisbet - Social Science - 1968 - 308 pages
This classic volume deals with a crucial contemporary social issue: the conflict between traditionalism and modernism. Nisbet considers such subjects as power, community ...
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Social Roles & Social Institutions: Essays in Honor of Rose Laub Coser

Judith R. Blau, Rose Laub Coser, Norman Goodman - Social Science - 1995 - 289 pages
The concept of social roles highlights sociology's distinctive approach to understanding human behavior. Social roles link behavior to structural positions and social ...
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Sentiments and Activities: Essays in Social Science

Social Science - 1988 - 326 pages
Sentiments and Activities represents a dialogue between the data of social science and certain kinds of general ideas. The papers have three main subject areas: history and ...
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Social Theory and Social Practice

Social Science - 1962 - 190 pages
Social Theory and Social Practice is a unique effort at applied social theory. Hans L. Zetterberg believes that social research has now advanced so far that social scientists ...
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Thorstein Veblen

David Riesman - Social Science - 1953 - 221 pages
This is a brilliant and unconventional study of one of the most challenging figures in modern social and economic thought. David Riesman has chosen a deliberately personal ...
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Society in America

Harriet Martineau - Social Science - 1981 - 357 pages
Harriet Martineau brought to her observations the convictions of a vehement English liberal and an astonishingly modern sociological approach. In 1834 she wrote the first draft ...
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The Theory of the Leisure Class

Thorstein Veblen - Social Science - 1924 - 261 pages
Veblen's classic study indicts the nineteenth-century socio-economic system which based class status on the accumulation of material wealth.
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The Social Sciences Since the Second World War

Daniel Bell - Social Science - 1982 - 102 pages
Organizing his work thematically to explore important ideas and trends that have influenced the social sciences since World War II, Bell charts the rise and fall of major ...
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