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Sociology and estrangement: three sociologists of Imperial Germany.

by Arthur Mitzman

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Published by Knopf; [distributed by Random House] in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Michels, Robert, 1876-1936.,
  • Sombart, Werner, 1863-1941.,
  • Tönnies, Ferdinand, 1855-1936.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM22.G3 M55 1973
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 375, viii p.
    Number of Pages375
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5756056M
    ISBN 100394446046
    LC Control Number71111240

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    This book, in presenting a brief account of the sociological vocation and promise, is designed to serve as a text particularly well suited for courses in which students are also expected to read from primary texts. I had two specific goals in mind when setting out to write Key Ideas in Sociology. Given the great transition into a general sociology department, Bock's work, which was still primarily in the area of evolutionary sociology (the main stress of Teggart and the Department of Social Institutions), was outside the new emphases on theory, stratification, and political sociology in the s (Bendix, Lipset, Selznick, Kornhauser).

    Robert Michels (German: [ˈmɪçəls]; 9 January in Cologne, Germany – 3 May in Rome, Italy) was a German-born Italian sociologist who wrote on the political behavior of intellectual elites and contributed to elite theory. He is best known for his book Political Parties, published in , which contains a description of the "iron law of oligarchy." He was a friend and disciple of. Ferdinand Tönnies: comunidad y sociedad. which became the title of Tönnies famous book, and the sequence of two social entities. Sociology and Estrangement: Three Sociologists of.


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