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Problematics of Sociology-The Georg Simmel Lectures, 1995
作者:Neil J. Smelser  译者(编者):
ISBN:  语言:英文
出版日期:1997年  出版社:Berkeley: University of California Press
These skillfully written essays are based on the Georg Simmel Lectures delivered by Neil J. Smelser at Humboldt University in Berlin in the spring of 1995. A distillation of Smelser's reflections after nearly four decades of research, teaching, and thought in the field of sociology, the essays identify, as he says in the first chapter, ". . . some central problematics - those generic, recurrent, never resolved and never completely resolvable issues - that shape the work of the sociologist."Each chapter considers a different level of sociological analysis: micro (the person and personal interaction), meso (groups, organizations, movements), macro (societies), and global (multi-societal). Within this framework, Smelser covers a variety of topics, including the place of the rational and the nonrational in social action and in social science theory; the changing character of group attachments in post-industrial society; the eclipse of social class; and the decline of the nation-state as a focus of solidarity.The clarity of Smelser's writing makes this a book that will be welcomed throughout the field of social science as well as by anyone wishing to understand sociology's essential characteristics and problems.

  目 录
  • Preface
  • Foreword
  • Chapter One: Microsociology
  • Chapter Two: Mesosociology
  • Chapter Three: Macrosociology
  • Chapter Four: Global Sociology
  • References


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