Providing an account of the key ideas of classical social theory, Dr Craib establishes their relevance today, their enduring significance, and. This is an excellent textbook on classical social theory, concentrating on the founding thinkers of sociology – Marx, Weber, Durkheim, and Simmel – and written in. Classical Social Theory has 45 ratings and 6 reviews. Mohammad said: نظریهی اجتماعی دورکیم، مارکس، وبر و زیمل مورد توجه کرایب است. نویسنده برای تحلیل ای.
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Ian Craib compellingly shows the value of studying classic thinkers such as Marx, Weber, Durkheim, and Simmel alongside the more popular contemporary questions. Providing an account of the key ideas of classical social theory, Dr Craib establishes their skcial today, their enduring significance, and their contribution to understanding contemporary problems.
Written in a direct, personal style, Classical Social Theory’s thematic structure helps the reader compare the theorists systematically, and the book-by-book approach crabi close attention to each thinker’s key texts, quoting the most important passages and analyzing them in a clear, straightforward way.
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