On Mankind Their Origin And Destiny

Author: Arthur Dyott Thomson
Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC
ISBN: 9781497889255
Size: 39.97 MB
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On Mankind Their Origin And Destiny from the Author: Arthur Dyott Thomson. This Is A New Release Of The Original 1872 Edition.

Four Sociological Traditions

Author: Randall Collins
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195087024
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Four Sociological Traditions from the Author: Randall Collins. This concise, engaging anthology contains the most significant and representative selections from the four major schools of sociological thought. The intellectual highlights of each school are presented, and readings range from the classics to the contemporary. Brief introductions and commentary guide the student to the key contributions in each selection. Designed to accompany Four Sociological Traditions, this anthology is entirely self-contained and may also be used separately.

Macrohistory

Author: Randall Collins
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804736008
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Macrohistory from the Author: Randall Collins. Explores the accomplishments of the golden age of "macrohistory," the sociologically informed analysis of long-term patterns of political, economic, and social change. The topics range from the Marxian-inspired theory of revolutions to the roots of the Holocaust.

Conflict Sociology

Author: Randall Collins
Publisher: Paradigm Pub
ISBN: 9781594516009
Size: 69.65 MB
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Conflict Sociology from the Author: Randall Collins. This new edition is a substantial abridgment and update of Randall Collins’s 1975 classic, Conflict Sociology. The first edition represented the most powerful and comprehensive statement of conflict theory in its time. Here, Sanderson has retained the core chapters and added discussions on Collins’s and others’ work in recent years. An afterword summarizes Collins’s latest forays into microsociological theorizing and attempts to demonstrate how his newer microsociology and older macrosociology are connected.