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by Javier A. Trevino,Neil J. Smelser,A. Javier Trevino,Lawrence T. Nichols,Willaim Buxton,David Rehorick,Bruce C. Wearne,Bernard Barber,Bryan S. Turner,Johnathan H. Turner,Stephen Fuchs,Victor Lidz,Uta Gerhardt,Mark Gould

eBook Talcott Parsons Today: His Theory and Legacy in Contemporary Sociology download ISBN: 0742509575
Author: Javier A. Trevino,Neil J. Smelser,A. Javier Trevino,Lawrence T. Nichols,Willaim Buxton,David Rehorick,Bruce C. Wearne,Bernard Barber,Bryan S. Turner,Johnathan H. Turner,Stephen Fuchs,Victor Lidz,Uta Gerhardt,Mark Gould
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (August 14, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 320
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The contributors to Talcott Parsons Today include most of the finest Parsons scholars and some of the best sociological theorists in the world. A. Javier Trevino is an assistant professor of sociology at Wheaton College.

The contributors to Talcott Parsons Today include most of the finest Parsons scholars and some of the best sociological theorists in the world. Written well into the second decade of 'the Parsons revival,' the essays―some historical, some systematic, some critical―reflect a new level of maturity in contemporary thinking about Parsons and his continuing legacy. Jeffrey Alexander, Yale University).

Talcott Parsons Today offers a reappraisal-and extension-of the work of the most significant and influential twentieth-century sociologist. The volume consists of original essays by prominent Parsons scholars from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Germany. Talcott Parsons Today offers a reappraisal-and extension-of the work of the most significant and influential twentieth-century sociologist.

Javier A. Trevino - Contributions by Neil J. Smelser; A. Javier Trevino; Lawrence T. Nichols; Willaim Buxton; David Rehorick; Bruce C. Wearne; Bernard Barber; Bryan S. Turner; Johnathan H. Turner; Stephen Fuchs; Victor Lidz; Uta Gerhardt and Mark Gould.

Talcott Parsons Today book. Finally, and most important, it makes a significant contribution to the current controve Talcott Parsons Today offers a reappraisal-and extension-of the work of the most significant and influential twentieth-century sociologist.

Margaret Archer was a professor of sociology at Warwick University for 30 years.

je, iako dosta uže nego kod većine antropologa (Trevińo, 2001), slično osnovnom modelu kulture kojeg većina antropologa prihvata, što u dobroj mjeri omogućava interdisciplinarnu komunikaciju te simultano, pa čak i unisono korištenje oba modela, odnosno korištenje pojma " kultura " na način koji istovremeno referira na značenja koje daju i jedan i drugi model. Margaret Archer was a professor of sociology at Warwick University for 30 years.

The Anthem Companion to Talcott Parsons' offers the best contemporary work on Talcott Parsons, written by the best scholars currently working in this field. Original, authoritative and wide-ranging, the critical assessments of this volume will make it ideal for Parsons students and scholars alike. Anthem Companions to Sociology' offer authoritative and comprehensive assessments of major figures in the development of sociology from the last two centuries.

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Talcott Parsons Today offers a reappraisal-and extension-of the work of the most significant and influential .

Talcott Parsons Today offers a reappraisal—and extension—of the work of the most significant and influential twentieth-century sociologist. The volume consists of original essays by prominent Parsons scholars from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Germany. Finally, and most important, it makes a significant contribution to the current controversy surrounding an important sociological figure. The book consists of 10 essays, nine of which are original pieces; all are written by well-known scholars who are intimately acquainted with Parsons' body of work.