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Emile Durkheim Often described as "the father of sociology," Emile Durkheim ranks among the most important and influential figures in modern social thought. This volume captures the enduring value and importance of Durkheimian sociology, focusing on the diverse points of view. Full description
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"Durkheim was the most deliberate and the most penetrating theorist among the classical sociologists. Emirbayer's judicious selection of texts, matched with contemporary selections from among the best of modern sociology, shows how central Durkheimian themes have been in the increasing sophistication of sociological ideas through the end of the twentieth century, and beyond." Randall Collins, University of PennsylvaniaFrom the Author:
Mustafa Emirbayer is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has written widely on Durkheim, class analysis, and classical and contemporary social theory.
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