Rise of sociology as an intellectual tradition. Classical tradition in sociology of the XIX century
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XX centuries were signified by formation of anti-naturalistic doctrines of theoretic sociology with its own perspective of the subject and specificity of sociological knowledge. The classical stage in sociology was finished in the 1920-1940s with active introducing of empiric and applied sociological researches which marked the beginning of the third, contemporary stage. Additional literature · Blau P.
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Suicide New York, NY: Free Press; 1951 345 p.Скачать