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Introduction to sociological theory : theorists, concepts, and their applicability to the twenty-first century / 3rd ed

Introduction to sociological theory : theorists, concepts, and their applicability to the twenty-first century / 3rd ed (1회 대출)

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Dillon, Michele, 1960-.
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Introduction to sociological theory : theorists, concepts, and their applicability to the twenty-first century / Michele Dillon.
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3rd ed.
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Hoboken, NJ :   Wiley Blackwell,   c2020.  
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xvi, 530 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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9781119410911 (pbk.)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Sociology. Sociology --History.
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List of Boxed Features xi

List of Analytical Photos xv

Acknowledgments xvii

How to Use This Book xix

About the Website xxi

Introduction - Sociological Theory: A Vibrant Living Tradition 1

Analyzing Everyday Social Life 4

Societal Transformation and the Origins of Sociology 10

The Establishment of Sociology as Science: Auguste Comte and Harriet Martineau 14

Social Inequality and Contextual Standpoints: Du Bois, De Tocqueville, and Martineau 20

Summary 25

Points to Remember 26

Glossary 26

Questions for Review 27

Note 28

References 28

1 Karl Marx (1818-1883) 31

Expansion of Capitalism 34

Marx''s Theory of History 36

Human Nature 40

Capitalism as a Distinctive Social Form 42

The Division of Labor and Alienation 52

Economic Inequality 58

Ideology and Power 61

Summary 68

Points to Remember 68

Glossary 69

Questions for Review 71

Notes 71

References 72

2 Emile Durkheim (1858-1917) 75

Durkheim''s Methodological Rules 78

The Nature of Society 83

Societal Transformation and Social Cohesion 87

Traditional Society 87

Modern Society 89

Social Conditions of Suicide 95

Religion and the Sacred 102

Summary 108

Points to Remember 108

Glossary 109

Questions for Review 110

Notes 110

References 111

3 Max Weber (1864-1920) 113

Sociology: Understanding Social Action 116

Culture and Economic Activity 117

Ideal Types 123

Social Action 124

Power, Authority, and Domination 130

Social Stratification 139

Modernity and Competing Values 142

Summary 144

Points to Remember 144

Glossary 145

Questions for Review 146

Notes 146

References 147

4 American Classics: The Chicago School, Talcott Parsons, and Robert Merton 149

The Chicago School of Sociology 150

Talcott Parsons 153

The Social System 154

Socialization and Societal Integration 157

Social Change and the Secularization of Protestantism 158

Pattern Variables 159

Modernization Theory 162

Stratification and Inequality 165

Robert Merton 167

Neofunctionalism 171

Summary 173

Points to Remember 174

Glossary 174

Questions for Review 177

Note 177

References 177

5 Critical Theory: Technology, Culture, and Politics 179

The Societal Critique of Horkheimer, Adorno, and Marcuse 183

Dialectic of Enlightenment 187

Mass Culture and Consumption 192

Politics: Uniformity and Control 199

Jurgen Habermas: the State and the Public Sphere 201

Summary 206

Points to Remember 206

Glossary 207

Questions for Review 209

References 209

6 Conflict, Power, and Dependency in Macro-Societal Processes 211

Ralf Dahrendorf ''s Theory of Group Conflict 212

C. Wright Mills: Class and Power 217

Dependency Theory: Gunder Frank''s and Cardoso''s Neo-Marxist Critiques of Economic Development 222

Summary 228

Points to Remember 228

Glossary 229

Questions for Review 229

References 230

7 Exchange, Exchange Network, and Rational Choice Theories 231

Exchange Theory: George Homans and Peter Blau 232

Exchange Network Theory: Richard Emerson, Karen Cook, Mark Granovetter 237

Actor-Network Theory (ANT): Bruno Latour 242

Rational Choice Theory and Its Critique: James Coleman, Gary Becker, Paula England 244

Analytical Marxism 248

Summary 250

Points to Remember 250

Glossary 251

Questions for Review 253

Note 253

References 253

8 Symbolic Interactionism 255Development of the Self Through Social Interaction: G. H. Mead and C. H. Cooley 256

The Premises of Symbolic Interactionism: Herbert Blumer 261

Erving Goffman: Society as Ritualized Social Interaction 263

Symbolic Interactionism and Ethnographic Research 275

Summary 275

Points to Remember 275

Glossary 276

Questions for Review 278

Note 278

References 278

9 Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology 281

Phenomenology: Alfred Schutz, Peter Berger, and Thomas Luckmann 282

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