Bibliographic Details

Classical Sociology.

Author / Creator Turner, Bryan S.
Imprint London : Sage Publications, 1999.
Description 1 online resource (304 pages)
Language English
Subject Sociology -- Philosophy.
Sociology.
Sociology.
Sociology -- Philosophy.
Electronic books.
Format E-Resource, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12616250
ISBN 9781847876850
1847876854
128136200X
9781281362001
9786611362003
6611362002
0761964576
9780761964575
1446224597
9781446224595
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
English.
Summary Examines the work of key figures and institutions in the classical tradition and the agenda they provide for contemporary sociology. It analyzes theories such as those of Karl Marx and Max Weber, and then covers debates on the family, religion, the city, social stratification and citizenship.
Other form 9780761964582
Table of Contents:
  • Preface - The Sociological Classics
  • Part I. Classical Theory
  • The Central Themes of Sociology: An Introduction
  • Max Weber's Reception into Classical Sociology
  • Max Weber and Karl Marx
  • Max Weber on Economy and Society
  • Emile Durkheim on Civil Society
  • Karl Mannheim on Ideology and Utopia
  • Karl Mannheim and the Sociology of Culture
  • Georg Simmel and the Sociology of Money
  • Talcott Parsons on the Social System
  • Part II. The Early Sociology of Institutions
  • The Sociology and Anthropology of Religion
  • The Sociology of the City
  • The Sociology of Social Stratification
  • The Sociology and Anthropology of the Family
  • The Sociology of Generations - with Ron Eyerman
  • The Sociology of Citizenship
  • Conclusion - Coherence and Rupture in the Discipline of Sociology