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JOHN WILEY & SONS INC "What is Historical Sociology" Book

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  • Age group and grade: Ages 15+ years
  • Language: English
  • Title: "What is Historical Sociology"
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JOHN WILEY & SONS INC "What is Historical Sociology?" Book is written by Richard Lachmann and explains the emergence as well as consequences of rational, capitalist society.

JOHN WILEY & SONS INC "What is Historical Sociology?" Book explores what sociologists gain by treating temporality seriously, what we learn from placing social relations and events. Book explains about capitalism, revolutions and social movements.

  • Age group and grade: Ages 15+ years
  • Language: English
  • Title: "What is Historical Sociology"
  • Author: Richard Lachmann
  • Subject: Social science, sociology - general
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Number of pages: 176
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/07/2013, edition: 1st
  • Size: 8.6"H x 5.7"W x 0.7"D
  • Audience: Professional
  • This innovative book explores what sociologists gain by treating temporality seriously
  • Readers will see how historical sociologists have addressed the origins of capitalism
  • Includes revolutions and social movements, empires and states, inequality, gender and culture
  • Readers will encounter analyses of exemplary work
  • Shows how authors engaged past debates and their contemporaries in sociology, history and other disciplines
  • This guide to employing historical analysis across the discipline
  • Designed for use in graduate and advanced undergraduate courses as an introduction to historical sociology
  • Explores what sociologists gain by treating temporality seriously, what we learn from placing social relations and events in historical context
  • This guide to employing historical analysis across the discipline
Specifications
Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages in Book 176
Book Language English
Book Reading Level College
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