Thesis ID: CBB001564524

Toward an integrated sociological method: Marx's, Weber's, and Parsons' methods in the light of the interpenetration principle (cited 1993)


Smikun, Emanuel (Author)

New School for Social Research

Publication Date: cited 1993
Physical Details: 261 pp.

Description Cited in Diss. Abstr. Int. A 53 (1993): 3386. Univ. Microfilms order no. 93-03516.

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Authors & Contributors
Hazelrigg, Lawrence E.
Cohen, Jere
Pope, Whitney
Wiley, Norbert
Alexander, Jeffrey C.
Morrison, Ken
History of the Human Sciences
American Sociological Review
History of European Ideas
State University of New York Press
University of Wisconsin at Madison
University of California Press
Social sciences
Explanation; hypotheses; theories
Weber, Max
Parsons, Talcott
Marx, Karl
Durkheim, Émile
Goffman, Erving
Veblen, Thorstein Bunde
United States
20th century
19th century
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