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Social theory and sociology : the classics and beyond / edited by Stephen P. Turner.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford : Blackwell, 1996.ISBN:
  • 0631191925
  • 0631191933
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 301.01 21
Partial contents:
1. Introduction: Social Therapy and Sociology / Stephen P. Turner -- 2. The Centrality of the Classics / Jeffrey C. Alexander -- 3. Lego Quia Inutile: An Alternative Justification for the Classics / Gianfranco Poggi -- 4. Three Ideologies or One? The Pseudo-battle of Modernity / Immanuel Wallerstein -- 5. Whose Classics? Which Readings? Interpretation and Cultural Difference in the Canonization of Sociological Theory / Craig Calhoun -- 6. Crises of Modernity: Political Sociology in Historical Contexts / Peter Wagner -- 7. Marxism after Communism / Erik Olin Wright -- 8. Standpoint Epistemology (a Feminist Version): How Social Disadvantage Creates Epistemic Advantage / Sandra Harding -- 9. The Centrality of Culture in Social Theory: Fundamental Clues from Weber and Durkheim / Anne E. Kane -- 10. Measurement and the Two Cultures of Sociology / John R. Hall -- 11. Toward a Reflexive Sociology: A Workshop with Pierre Bourdieu / Loic J. D. Wacquant -- 12. Homo Sociologicus: Do We Need Him/Her? / Peter Abell -- 13. Science and Technology Studies and the Renewal of Social Theory / Steve Woolgar -- 14. Theory Then/Theory Now (or, "The Sociology is about to Begin, Said the Man with the Loudspeaker") / Alan Sica.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction: Social Therapy and Sociology / Stephen P. Turner -- 2. The Centrality of the Classics / Jeffrey C. Alexander -- 3. Lego Quia Inutile: An Alternative Justification for the Classics / Gianfranco Poggi -- 4. Three Ideologies or One? The Pseudo-battle of Modernity / Immanuel Wallerstein -- 5. Whose Classics? Which Readings? Interpretation and Cultural Difference in the Canonization of Sociological Theory / Craig Calhoun -- 6. Crises of Modernity: Political Sociology in Historical Contexts / Peter Wagner -- 7. Marxism after Communism / Erik Olin Wright -- 8. Standpoint Epistemology (a Feminist Version): How Social Disadvantage Creates Epistemic Advantage / Sandra Harding -- 9. The Centrality of Culture in Social Theory: Fundamental Clues from Weber and Durkheim / Anne E. Kane -- 10. Measurement and the Two Cultures of Sociology / John R. Hall -- 11. Toward a Reflexive Sociology: A Workshop with Pierre Bourdieu / Loic J. D. Wacquant -- 12. Homo Sociologicus: Do We Need Him/Her? / Peter Abell -- 13. Science and Technology Studies and the Renewal of Social Theory / Steve Woolgar -- 14. Theory Then/Theory Now (or, "The Sociology is about to Begin, Said the Man with the Loudspeaker") / Alan Sica.