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by Don Martindale

eBook The Nature and Types of Sociological Theory (International Library of Sociology) (Volume 11) download ISBN: 0415175127
Author: Don Martindale
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 29, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 572
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Start by marking The Nature and Types of Sociological Theory as Want to Read . Martindale employs a defensible set of criteria for classifying theories, tracing their intellectual social roots to map sociological theory.

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Comments: (2)
Brialelis
I used this book during college (in 1984), and enjoyed it very much. Martindale does a good job connecting or contrasting the many different theorists by their phylosophical view points and schools of thought. The section on classical theorists was better reading than that of contemporary theorists. Contemporary theorists, and their theories, seem to ramble on and on incoherently as if the theorists were either insane or just on a bad acid trip. It's at this point that they appear to try too hard to out do each other with their complex ramblings over minor issues that have already been clearly explained by earlier classical theorists. I also enjoyed the book because it contained photos of the theorists. I was upset that my wife threw this book away which now causes me to buy it at an increased price in 2003.
Frey
This book does such an excellent job of examining classical social theory that it puts current texts to shame. Im willing to bet that the breadth of topics covered here is not duplicated in current texts. I guess the only thing really lacking here would be some of the post-modern/post-positivism writers. Im also guessing you could get a copy of this book for much less than the price listed here. The editions (im guessing again) are all very similar. Buy this book!