4 edition of Introduction to Classical Sociology found in the catalog.
Introduction to Classical Sociology
April 29, 2006
by Sage Publications Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Strong coverage of sociological theory is presented in an enhanced three-category system that is similar to the approach of most introductory sociology texts, but richer—encompassing classical theories as well as the most important offshoots of those theories developed in recent years. Introduction to Sociology - The Sociological Imagination - Part 1 - Duration: New York University , views. The wisdom of sociology: Sam Richards at TEDxLacador - .
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Significance of Comte’s ideas to contemporary Sociology. Introduction Auguste Comte, a French philosopher, is said to be the founding father of Sociology and the doctrine of positivism.
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