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社会理論入門:古典と現代−批判的視座

Social Theory : Classical and Contemporary - a Critical Perspective

Berberoglu, Berch

Routledge 2017/01
293 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138125483
装丁違いISBN: 1138125490
KCN: 1025911277
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DDC: 301.01
KDC: C120 社会学思想・社会学理論
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Full Description

Social Theory provides a sophisticated yet highly accessible introduction to classical and contemporary social theories. The author's concise presentation allows students and instructors to focus on central themes. The text lets theorists speak for themselves, presenting key passages from each theorist's corpus, bringing theory to life. The approach allows instructors the opportunity to help students learn to unpack sometimes complex prose, just as it offers inroads to class discussion. Chapters on Addams and early feminism, on Habermas and the Frankfurt School, on Foucault, and on globalization and social movements round out contemporary coverage. The book presents and explains key theories, just as it provides an introduction to central debates about them.

Table of Contents

Preface Introduction Part I: Classical Social Theory 1. Hegel on Dialectics, the State, and Society 2. Marx and Engels on Social Class and Class Struggle 3. Durkheim on Society and Social Order 4. Weber on Bureaucracy, Power, and Social Status 5. Pareto, Mosca, and Michels on Elites and Masses 6. Simmel on Social Relations and Group Affiliations 7. Cooley and Mead on Human Nature and Society 8. Freud on the Development of Society and Civilization 9. Addams and Early Women Social Theorists 10. Veblen on the Leisure Class and Conspicuous Consumption 11. Mannheim on Ideology and Utopia 12. Gramsci and Lenin on Ideology, the State, and Revolution 13. Kollontai on Class, Gender, and Patriarchy 14. Du Bois and Frazier on Race, Class, and Social Emancipation Part II: Contemporary Social Theory 15. Parsons, Merton, and Functionalist Theory 16. Mills on the Power Elite 17. Domhoff on the Power Structure and the Governing Class 18. Althusser, Poulantzas, and Miliband on Politics and the State 19. Trimberger, Block, and Skocpol and Neo-Weberian Theorizing 20. Homans on Social Exchange 21. The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory 22. Goffman and Garfinkel on Dramaturgy, Ethnomethodology, and Everyday Life 23. Wilson and Willie on Race, Class, and Poverty 24. Feminist Theory: Yesterday and Today 25. Wallerstein and World-Systems Theory 26. Theories of Globalization 27. Therborn and Szymanski on Contemporary Marxist Theory 28. Foucault on the Diffusion of Power 29. Harvey and Callinicos on Postmodernism and Its Critique 30. Social Movements and Transformation Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author