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Key Concepts in Classical Social Theory

Alex Law

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"I think this will prove to be a very useful text for undergraduate students. Alex Law has produced a comprehensive list of key classical social theory concepts and provides an accessible account of the meaning of central terms, their place in the work of the classical analysts considered and the contemporary significance of their ideas. In addition he has offered useful additional reading guidance from which students will derive considerable benefit." - Barry Smart, University of Portsmouth This book's individual entries introduce, explain and contextualise the key topics within classical social theory. Definitions, summaries and key words are developed throughout with careful cross-referencing allowing students to move effortlessly between core ideas and themes. Each entry provides:


  • clear definitions

  • lucid accounts of key issues

  • up-to-date suggestions for further reading

  • informative cross-referencing.

Relevant, focused and accessible this book will provide students across the social sciences with an indispensible guide to the central concepts of classical social theory.

Alex Law is Professor of Sociology at Abertay University, Dundee.

Produktdetails

Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 240
Erscheinungsdatum 14.12.2010
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-84787-602-7
Verlag Sage Publications
Maße (L/B/H) 21/14,8/1,3 cm
Gewicht 328 g

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  • Introduction: Classical Social Theory
    Alienation
    Anomie
    Base and Superstructure
    Bureaucracy
    Capital
    Civil Society
    Class
    Class, Status and Party
    Collective Effervescence
    Collective Representations
    Commodity Fetishism
    Conscience Collective
    Division of Labour (Smith and Ferguson)
    Division of Labour (Marx)
    Division of Labour in Society (Durkheim)
    Fashion
    Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft
    Historical Materialism
    Ideal-Types
    Ideology
    Legitimate Domination
    Mechanical and Organic Solidarity
    Metropolis
    Mode of Production
    Modernity
    Money
    Normal and Pathological
    Positivism
    Primitive Accumulation
    Protestant Ethic and the 'Spirit of Capitalism'
    Rationality and Rationalization
    Sacred and Profane
    Social Action
    Social Facts
    Social Forms and Sociation
    Social Morphology
    Social Space
    Suicide
    Totemism
    Value Freedom
    Verstehen