Sociological theory and modern society / Talcott Parsons.


New York : Free Press, [1967] .

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Subjects Modern Society.
Sociologie.
Sociology.
Description xii, 564 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Essays.
"Bibliography of Talcott Parsons"-Page 539-552. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Revisiting the founders -- Durkheim's contribution to the Theory of Integration of Social Systems -- Introduction to Max Weber's The Sociology of Religion -- Evaluation and objectivity in social science: an interpretation of Max Weber's contribution -- Some Comments on the sociology of Karl Marx -- Aspects of the contemporary intellectual environment -- An approach to the sociology of knowledge -- Unity and diversity in the modern intellectual disciplines: the role of the social sciences -- Pattern variables revisited: a response to Robert Dubin -- Dynamic aspects of modern society -- Voting and the equilibrium of the American political system -- Some reflections on the place of force in social process -- On the concept of political power -- On the concept of influence -- Perspectives in modern society -- Christianity and modern industrial society -- Full citizenship for the Negro American? -- Polarization of the World and International Order -- Evolutionary universals in society -- Appendix. Parsons' actor: continuities in social theory / Robert Dubin -- Bibliography -- Index of authors and titles -- Subject index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)344420
(OCoLC)ocm00344420
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WorldCat Identities Parsons, Talcott, 1902-1979.
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